Contact Us

New York Affordable Housing

Thu Aug 08, 2024

Coundown Until event

Interested in sponsoring an event? Contact advertising@bisnow.com

New York Affordable Housing

Development, Financing, Infrastructure, 485-x Tax Abatement & City of Yes

Thursday August 8 2024 @ 8:00 AM EDT

$209.00

Registration Questions?
**Please note we have pricing tiers based on ticket availability. Ticket prices will increase once we sell out of the current pricing tier. We cannot redeem a lower price once the ticket prices have been raised.
**Bisnow is a cashless, checkless operation. Please only submit payment via credit card.

Speakers and Panels

Investment & Funding: Creative Strategies, LIHTC & Other Credit Options

Deal Volume, Financing & Capital Markets Outlook

Ethan Waite

Ethan Waite

Director, Multifamily Finance, Walker & Dunlop

Keynote/Fireside Chat: New York City's Plans for Affordability

Deputy Mayor Torres-Springer

Maria Torres-Springer
Keynote

Maria Torres-Springer

Deputy Mayor for Housing & Economic Development, NYC Office of the Mayor
YuhTyng Patka
Moderator

YuhTyng Patka

Partner, Adler & Stachenfeld

New York's 485-x Tax Abatement Program & The Impact on Affordable Housing Development

Maximizing Benefits of NYC's Program Launch & Comparing to 421a

Frank Monterisi

Frank Monterisi

EVP, Related
Antonio Reynoso

Antonio Reynoso

President, Brooklyn Borough
Tricia Dietz

Tricia Dietz

Assistant Commissioner, Housing Incentives, NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development
Martin Joseph

Martin Joseph

CEO, Metropolitan Realty Exemptions

Addressing New York City's Infrastructure Needs to Streamline Affordable Housing Development

Public Sector, Private Developers & Addressing Residents' Needs

Kimberly Darga

Kimberly Darga

Deputy Commissioner for Development, NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development
Ian Lundy

Ian Lundy

Director, MSquared
Eldad Gothelf
Moderator

Eldad Gothelf

SVP, Kasirer

Alternative Development Opportunities: 467M Conversion Program & City of Yes

Exploring How Developers Can Utilize New Policies

Leila Bozorg

Leila Bozorg

Executive Director Housing, NYC Office of the Mayor
David Schwartz

David Schwartz

Principal, Slate Property Group
Desiree Andrepont

Desiree Andrepont

Institutional Management, Director, Fairstead
Kristina Vagen

Kristina Vagen

Regional VP, Development, The Michaels Organization
Brett Gottlieb
Moderator

Brett Gottlieb

Partner, Herrick Feinstein

Why This Affordable Housing Conference Matters

What you'll learn:     

  • Hear the latest insights from developers, government officials, NYC's housing organizations and more on the latest regarding 485-x, the state's latest tax abatement program. 
  • Panelists will discuss the latest on the City of Yes, including how the updated zoning policies will allow for increased housing development.
  • Hear the latest on the city's 467M Conversion Program and what these tax breaks could mean for office to affordable housing conversions. 
  • Banks, lenders, debt funds and other capital providers will opine on how affordable housing deals are penciling amidst capital market pressures, LIHTC and other credit options. 
  • Hear how the City of New York is looking to enhance existing infrastructure with capital projects to incentivize additional development activity.    
  • Better understand which boroughs are producing the most affordable units and which communities are in highest need for these units.
  • Hear from owners and industry experts on the importance of AMI and how this correlates with rent regulations.

 

How you'll do more business:

Enhance your business and network by hearing from New York City's top affordable housing developers, city officials, affordable housing advocates and lenders. Gain insight into the future of 485-x, financing strategies, good cause eviction, rent control and more. Additionally, hear more about how the commercial real estate industry is leveraging the City of Yes and the new 467M Conversion Program to spur additional development activity. 

 

Who attends: Developers, city officials, housing advocates, landlords, investors, housing organizations, lenders, banks, brokers, lawyers, accountants, and consultants. 

 

Why should you attend:

Bisnow events bring together the biggest power players in the industry to identify opportunities, build your network, and expand your business. With the largest audience of commercial real estate professionals in the world, no one knows how to help your business more than us.

 

For questions, recommendations, comments, or press inquiries please email our Director of Northeast Events, Chris Picher at chris.picher@bisnow.com. 

To request disability-related accommodations, please contact Katy.Frazier@bisnow.com no later than seven business days prior to the event.

Venue

Convene
360 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10017

Ballroom: Full 4th Floor


Parking Information:

No on-site or street parking. Please plan to park at a nearby garage or use another form of transportation.
Nearby Parking Garages:
iPark at 15 E 46th St, New York, NY 10017
Central Parking at 46 E 44th St, New York, NY 10018

Get Directions

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Coffee, Breakfast & Networking
9:00 AM
9:45 AM
Investment & Funding: Creative Strategies, LIHTC & Other Credit Options
1. Capital markets outlook: Identifying how developers are filling the capital stack with debt, equity and tax credits.
2. Learn how macro changes in the market impact the risk lenders are willing to take on for 2024 and 2025. 1
9:45 AM
10:10 AM
Keynote/Fireside Chat: Macro Outlook on Addressing New York's Housing Needs
10:10 AM
10:55 AM
New York's 485-x Tax Abatement Program & The Impact on Affordable Housing Development
1. Comparing 485-x with 421a and how this will impact supply and demand dynamics.
2. Projecting out how this new pending legislation will impact the development pipeline & overall values.
10:55 AM
11:05 AM
Coffee & Networking
11:05 AM
11:50 AM
Addressing New York City's Infrastructure Needs to Streamline Affordable Housing Development
1. Hear ways to improve New York City's infrastructure needs to improve viability of affordable housing.
2. Identifying top geographies that are spurring the need for housing and which communities need enhanced zoning, funding, etc.
11:50 AM
12:35 PM
Alternative Development Opportunities: 467M Conversion Program & City of Yes
1. Top trends in the design and build world for affordable housing developments.
2. Understand the benefits for developers and investors of having housing communities that are targeted for mixed-income renters.
12:35 PM
12:45 PM
Networking

WANT THE ATTENDEE LIST FOR FREE?

Biscred's sales and marketing CRE prospecting tool allows users to identify companies and contacts based on industry, asset class experience, job seniority, location, and more CRE-specific indicators. Schedule a demo with Biscred here and receive the attendee list for free when you mention this promotion.

Want to get a recap of everything covered at the event?

Purchase the post-event playbook and get the highlights sent to you in a post-event summary. Purchase here.