Event Ended On: Wednesday June 27 2018
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677 Washington Boulevard is a Class-A office complex located on 12+ acres in Stamford, Connecticut. The 3-building office complex is comprised of: a 13-story Office Tower, a large column-free Pavilion Building, and Redman’s Hall. The property is located in the heart of Stamford’s Central Business District, offering excellent access to both I-95 and also the Stamford Transportation Center, and is approximately 30 miles north of New York City.
Breakfast & Networking
Office & Retail: Rekindling the Fire
677 Washington Boulevard
Stamford, Connecticut 06901
Floor: 6th Floor of the Pavilion Building
Don't Miss Bisnow's annual Fairfield/Westchester State of the Market event! As rents in NYC
continue to soar, the real estate community north of the city is making Fairfield and Westchester Counties more attractive to prospective residents. Westchester hopes to boost development with a
zoning playbook, hoping to capitalize on a
high level of interest from developers in Westchester County.
However, Fairfield has seen a handful of losses of large corporations moving their headquarters out of the state. What can developers do to keep companies here
as well as lure new ones?
As always, there will be plenty of opportunities
to network with industry leaders and learn from top executives. We'll look forward to seeing you there!
For questions, recommendations, comments, or press inquiries please email our NYC Event Producer, Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org
1) Why are big corporations packing up and leaving Fairfield county? How can Fairfield reverse this trend and become an attractive landing spot again?
2) How can cities within Westchester benefit from each other's growth without cannibalizing the others' prospects for economic growth?
3) How can TOD north of Manhattan compete with NJ and other metropolitan areas?
4) What are the biggest projects in the pipeline? How is this new development changing the landscape of the area and what do we foresee as the future of Westchester and Fairfield?