1) With demand for new office space, how can NYC's aging towers built between 1960s-1970s innovate and compete with the new development market?
3) Is the densification trend over and what factors will cause it to continue or to slow?
4) As tenants opt for short-term leases, what is the office leasing outlook for the next 2, 5 and 10 years?
5) Have open office plans helped or hurt productivity? Are they still in demand?
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Breakfast & Networking
|8:30 AM - 9:10 AM||
Workspace Innovation: New Designs & Technology
|9:10 AM - 9:50 AM||
Tenant of the Future: Redefining Space & Well-being within the Office Environment
|9:50 PM - 10:30 AM||
Development and Leasing: Keeping the City Market Strong
|10:30 AM - 11:00 AM||
Post Event Networking
Venue to be announced by March 12th
Nationwide office vacancies increased for the first time in eight years in 2017, according to CBRE. However, New York and other tech centers' cities still managed to top the list of metros with the lowest vacancy rates.
NYC's population is increasing at record levels each year, and the city has had a consistent rate of job growth. With extensive pools of talent in finance, media, tourism, and tech, it's no surprise that NYC's office market is the most important in the nation.
But, with the rapid rate of technological innovation occurring, tenants' space needs are changing drastically. Less personal space is required, and the demand for open, collaborative spaces is increasing. These are all unique trends that require expert navigation.
Join us in April to hear from industry experts who continue to build, buy and sell, and attract and retain top tenants.
For questions, recommendations, comments, or press inquires please email our NYC event producer, Heather Crosby at Heather.Crosby@bisnow.com.