Watch major NYC developers tonight on TRD TALKS LIVE

Ryan Freedman, Miki Naftali and Steve Witkoff join TRD to talk developing from a social distance

Mar.March 23, 2020 01:15 PM

Today at 5 p.m. EDT three major NYC developers will join TRD associate publisher Hiten Samtani for the second episode of TRD Talks Live. This time we’ll confer with Ryan Freedman of Corigin Ventures, Steve Witkoff of Witkoff Group, and Miki Naftali of Naftali Group. Register here to listen in.

Due to the the ongoing crisis, Mayor Bill de Blasio paused zoning applications, which will put a freeze on over 100 developments in the city. And although housing starts were up last month, Cuomo’s restrictions on nonessential businesses are likely to impact developments in process and closings for those that are complete.

In the midst of all this turmoil, we’ll hear from NYC developers about contending with an unpredictable market and how they’re keeping the wheels moving on major projects.

Stay connected while you’re staying home by joining us tonight.

Tonight’s episode is sponsored by Engineered Tax Services. If you’re interested in sponsoring an episode of TRD Talks Live, please contact [email protected] 


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