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Brooklyn New Development Frontiers

Where's Hot, What's Next, and the Rise of the Borough's Submarkets

Event Ended On: Wednesday March 7 2018

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Speakers and Panels

Hot Submarkets

Williamsburg, Downtown Brooklyn, DUMBO

Winston Von Engel

Winston Von Engel

Director, Brooklyn Office, NYC Department of City Planning
Toby Moskovits

Toby Moskovits

CEO, Heritage Equity Partners
Mitch Korbey

Mitch Korbey

Partner, Herrick Feinstein

New Frontiers

Bushwick, Crown Heights, Prospect Lefferts Gardens

Boaz Gilad

Boaz Gilad

Founder & CEO, Brookland Capital
Dan Marks

Dan Marks

Partner, TerraCRG
Shiffy Silberstein

Shiffy Silberstein

Director of Business Development, Builder Division, AJ Madison

Michael Feinstein

Member, Rosenberg & Estis


The William Vale Hotel
111 N 12th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11249

Ballroom: Vale Ballroom, Lower Level

Parking Information:

Valet, located on North 12th Street:
$5 - 1 Hour
$9 - 3 hrs
$15 - 12 Hours
$25 - Overnight

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Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
9:15 AM
Hot Submarkets: Williamsburg, Downtown Brooklyn, DUMBO
9:15 AM
10:00 AM
New Frontiers: Bushwick, Crown Heights, Prospect Lefferts Gardens
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
Post-Panel Networking


1) What is powering Brooklyn's hot retail market?

2) How will developers maintain the trendy, local brand of Brooklyn as it continues to grow?

3) As more tenants move to Brooklyn, how will infrastructure change to meet the demand?

4) What developers are changing Brooklyn's waterfront and what will it look like?

5) Where is the smart money investing?

6)What are developers doing to lure residents and tenants to emerging markets?

7) What factors / metrics are developers looking at before investing in an up-and-coming neighborhood?