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February 28, 2022 - What 2022 May Hold For Affordable Housing, Brownfields, Jobs Training, and Redevelopment?

  • 28 Feb 2022
  • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Virtual (Zoom registration link sent in confirmation email)
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  • For government agencies and non-profits, if you do not receive the member rate, you will need to JOIN the New York City Brownfield Partnership. Once your membership application is approved, you will be able to register.
  • Registration Code Required
  • Payment is required at the time of registration.
  • (includes 2 free tickets - Anne Lazo will email you to manually register your two comped attendees).
  • (includes 1 free ticket - Anne Lazo will email you to manually register your one comped attendee).

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What 2022 May Hold For Affordable Housing, Brownfields, Jobs Training, and  Redevelopment? 

Featuring panelists from the NYC Brownfield Partnership, REBNY (The Real Estate Board of NY), NYSAFAH (NYS Association for Affordable Housing), and CCNY (City College of NY).

Date: February 28, 2022

Time: 4:00pm -5:30pm  

Place: Virtual (Zoom registration link sent in confirmation email) 

Grab an afternoon beverage.  Join the New York City Brownfield Partnership and its multidisciplinary panel.  Hear from affordable housing, development, environmental law and cleanup, and job training professionals. Share thoughts for what is ahead in 2022 in New York City,  New York State, and  the tri-state region.

Highly interactive, informal dialogue.  All attendees encouraged to share your thoughts and predictions, too. 

Panelists include:


  • George Duke, Esq., Brown Duke and Fogel and Board Member, NYC Brownfield Partnership on what to expect from the NYS BCP and environmental regulatory updates.
  • Maya Kurien, VP, Policy and Planning of REBNY, on  what 2022 looks like for New York’s development and renovation of commercial and residential property.
  • Angelos Lampousis, Ph.D. of City College of NY and Board Member, BCONE, on green jobs training and how graduates can assist with more brownfields remediation and redevelopment.
  • James M. Lloyd, Director of Policy of NYSAFAH on the outlook for affordable housing and what will assist with meeting NYC’s and NYS’s goals.

Registration Fee:

  • No cost to members of NYCBP, REBNY, NYSAFAH, BCONE, and CCNY students
  • $75 for non-members*

*Payment must be made at the time of registration.

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