Tue Jun 15, 2021
Tuesday June 15 2021 | 9:00 AM EDT
What you'll learn:
How you'll do more business:
Take advantage of a burgeoning Brooklyn market as a recovery phase begins in New York. Understand the leading trends and tenant demands that will drive your Brooklyn portfolio to greater heights as renters and businesses return to the city.
Owners, developers, investors, brokers, business consultants, lawyers, architects, engineers, government officials, bankers
What does your ticket get you:
Digital Event tickets include three panels of content and access to three virtual networking opportunities including direct messaging with other attendees, the ability to request and host video meetings and three-minute video-enabled speed networking to make deals happen. Unable to attend live? You will be able to access recordings of all panels for 30 days after the summit.
Why should you attend:
Get leading insights from experts directing some of the greatest deals in Brooklyn. You'll hear from luminaries on three exclusive panels to help you secure your next deal. Be sure to utilize virtual networking, where you may just connect with one of our speakers!
For questions, recommendations, comments, or press inquiries please email our New York event producer, Haleigh Besecker at Haleigh.Besecker@Bisnow.com.
The Brooklyn Office Market: Leasing and Co-Working
Brooklyn's office leasing has wavered over the past six months. Will an increase in co-working flexibility be a saving grace for the sector?
What does the more than 2.3M SF of office space under development in Brooklyn mean for the borough's long term outlook?
What are tenants' top design and amenity demands?
Living in Brooklyn: Mixed-Income Development for Better Community Outcomes
Have mixed-income development deals been able to stabilize assets over the past 12 months?
How are multifamily communities in Brooklyn competing with Manhattan properties?
How has residential leasing fared so far in 2021 compared to 2020?
Brooklyn's Changing Face: The Domino Effect of New Industries
Has an increase in industrial development and leasing spurred activity in other sectors?
Are developers and investors eyeing up new asset classes that they haven't previously pursued in Brooklyn?
As zoning battles continue, what will the changing Brooklyn landscape mean for existing residents and businesses in the borough?