On Thursday, June 4, join New York’s leading real estate and construction professionals for an in-depth look at the future of development in Brooklyn. Explore Brooklyn’s new and emerging major projects and learn about their impact on the economy of the entire City of New York.
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Who Should Attend
Owners, developers, planners, owners’ representatives, architects, engineers and construction professionals will be particularly interested in this conference, designed to reshape our understanding of how Brooklyn’s real estate development projects are planned, designed, built and financed.
The three-story, 60,000-square-foot Childs Building in Coney Island will have a restaurant and the adjacent covered amphitheater will have 5,000 seats on the boardwalk, according to a project overview Mr. Frey gave at a Brooklyn development event hosted by Baruch College’s Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute, Kasirer Consulting and Zetlin & De Chiara.
Raymond Chan argues lowering property taxes more important. His lukewarm take on 421-a, set to expire in 10 days, stood out at the event hosted by Baruch College’s Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute, Kasirer Consulting and Zetlin & De Chiara LLP
Kimball's industrial complex illustrates a growth trend occurring within Brooklyn, according to the "Building Brooklyn" event that was hosted by the Steven L Newman Real Estate Institute.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is extending a welcome to some of the city’s more controversial industries. "Brooklyn has a welcome mat for all the new, disruptive technologies,” Adams said in a keynote address during the Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute’s “Building Brooklyn” conference in Manhattan’s Harvard Club on Thursday morning