Part 4 of this ongoing speaker series will feature another robust discussion on the changing development and redevelopment landscape in the Metro NY area
Presented by BCONE and NYC Brownfield Partnership
Virtual program meeting link will be provided several days prior to the event.
Join us on November 18, 2021, from 4:00-6:00 pm, for an open discussion on geographic and other shifts related to COVID’s impact on brownfield redevelopment. Time available for networking, too.
Topics that may be discussed in the open format:
- What to do with lots of excess office space?
- Real estate pricing: is NYC finally on sale?
- Are they other boroughs, not outer boroughs?
- Death of the Central Business District?
- Dying malls
- Warehouses are red hot
- Peter B. Meyer, Professor Emeritus of Urban Policy and Economics, U. of Louisville,
- Joanne Vos, Esq. of Maraziti Falcon LLP,
- Charles Howland, Esq. of Curtis, Mallet-Provost, Colt &Mosle LLP, and
- Howard P. Davis, Esq. of Davis Environmental Law
Discussion among representatives of nonprofit public policy organizations, real estate institutes, academics, environmental professionals, and attorneys will discuss the changing allure of urban vs. suburban vs. rural areas for workers, investment, redevelopment, and residential preferences.
- BCONE and NYCBP Members - $25 (to assist with covering costs to produce the event)
- Government, Non-Profit or Academic Members - No Cost (contributions always welcome to assist with production costs)
- Non-Members - $40
*Must be paid in full in order to receive the meeting link.