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The Park Sixty is a brand new, 15 floor, medical building located on 60th Street between Park Avenue and Lexington Avenue. Turn-key suites are available, built to suit by the landlord. The infrastructure is in place to accommodate Article 28 compliance. The renovation of the building includes a first class lobby, four passenger elevators, new mechanical's for every tenant, new floor to ceiling windows and high ceiling heights.Tenants have the opportunity to design their own space, the landlord will build, delivering a high quality suite.

Speakers

Keynote Remarks

D. Sam Chandan
Keynote

D. Sam Chandan

Larry & Klara Silverstein Chair in Real Estate Develo
NYU Schack Institute of R.E. Development and Investment

Medical Forecast 2030: How Policy, Partnerships and Academia is Shaping Healthcare Policy

Daniel Moskovic, MD

Daniel Moskovic, MD

Partner
McKinsey & Company

Dr. Terry Fulmer

Dr. Terry Fulmer

President
The John A. Hartford Foundation

Dr. Gordon Tomaselli

Dr. Gordon Tomaselli

EVP & Chief Academic Officer, Montefiore Medicine
The Marilyn & Stanley M. Katz Dean, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Dr. Charles Simone

Dr. Charles Simone

Chief Medical Officer
New York Proton Center

Nisan Gertz
Moderator

Nisan Gertz

Senior Partner
Macro Consultants

Setting the Stage for Healthcare Real Estate Finance

Philip Silverman

President & CEO
Blue Sky Real Estate Services & Development

Attracting Capital to the Healthcare Sector

Christina DeRose

Christina DeRose

Dir. of Leasing & Space Management
Weill Cornell Medicine Capital Planning

Steve Bolen

Steve Bolen

Head of US Healthcare Real Estate
LaSalle Investment Management

Natalie Sproull

VP
Capital One Healthcare

David Giancola

David Giancola

Managing Director
JLL

James Schmid

James Schmid

Chief Investment Officer
Anchor Health Properties

Woody Heller
Moderator

Woody Heller

Vice Chairman, Co-Head Capital Markets
Savills

Technology and Healthcare: Optimizing Patient-Provider Wellness

Dr. Richard Park

Dr. Richard Park

Vice Chair
Summit/CityMD

Brenda Smith

Principal, Health Practice Leader
Perkins and Will

Robert Glazer

Robert Glazer

CEO
ENT Allergy & Associates

James Crispino

James Crispino

Healthcare Leader
Gensler

Craig Miller
Moderator

Craig Miller

Healthcare Practice Leader
Jacobs Engineering

State of Life Sciences in NYC

Robert Albro

Robert Albro

Managing Director
King Street Properties

Doug Thiede

Doug Thiede

SVP Life Sciences & Healthcare
NYCEDC

Tim Schoen

Tim Schoen

President & CEO
BioMed Realty

James Flynn

James Flynn

Managing Partner
Deerfield Management

Joe DelPozzo

Joe DelPozzo

Senior Vice President
WSP

Brooks Slocum

Brooks Slocum

New York Studio Manager
SGA

Don Weinreich
Moderator

Don Weinreich

Partner
Ennead

Future of Healthcare Facilities: Design & Construction

Guy Leibler

Guy Leibler

President
Simone Healthcare Development

Billy Macklowe

Billy Macklowe

CEO
William Macklowe Company

Christopher Norris

Christopher Norris

Business Unit Director
Talisen Construction

Jack Conway

Vice President
Gil-Bar Health & Life Sciences

Richard Lanzarone
Moderator

Richard Lanzarone

Healthcare Project Executive
Turner Construction Company

Life Sciences and CRE: Collaboration & Incubation

Loretta Beine

Loretta Beine

Senior Director, Business Development
Empire State Development

Dr. Michael Aberman

Dr. Michael Aberman

President, CEO & Director
Quentis Therapeutics

Eric Fischer

Eric Fischer

Managing Director
Trammell Crow

Jerry Salama

Jerry Salama

Principal
The Janus Property Company

Wan Leung

Wan Leung

Principal
Francis Cauffman

Derek Brand
Moderator

Derek Brand

COO
NewYorkBIO

MORE SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED

Agenda

  • Breakfast & Registration

  • Speed Networking

  • Welcome to New York Healthcare & Life Sciences Conference!

  • Keynote Remarks

  • Medical Forecast 2030: How Policy, Partnerships and Academia is Shaping Healthcare Policy

    Is life science growth the answer to the costs of an aging (insured) population?

  • Setting the Stage for Healthcare Real Estate Finance

  • Attracting Capital to the Healthcare Sector

    What public/private partnerships are setting up New York Healthcare for a promising future?

  • Technology and Healthcare: Optimizing Patient-Provider Wellness

    How can the CRE industry incorporate new and varied technologies to meet increasing patient and provider expectations?

  • Lunch

  • State of Life Sciences in NYC

    How are Life Sciences developers creating local innovation clusters?

  • Future of Healthcare Facilities: Design & Construction

    How can architects solve developer cost concerns while providing a quality product?

  • Life Sciences and CRE: Collaboration & Incubation

    How New York institutions are competing with Boston-Cambridge for talent and what programs are available in New York to enhance growth?

  • Post-Event Networking

New York Healthcare & Life Sciences Summit

Healthcare continues to dominate headlines, with major mergersacquisitionsand uncertainty around the Affordable Care Act. This activity has created several opportunities within the real estate market. CBRE's 2018 U.S. Medical Office Buildings findings propose a variety of outlooks:  

- The senior citizen population (65+), which is the highest per-capita healthcare spending demographic, will double by 2055

- The absorption of medical office space continues to be greater than supply, which has lead to an 8% vacancy rate

- The aging population and increased insured population are the two biggest drivers in today's healthcare market 

Overall, the mission for healthcare is clear: provide quality service to a mass population in an efficient, ethical and cost-effective manner. With rising costs, however, executing healthcare's mission is an incredible challenge.

As healthcare evolves to keep up with industry demands, how can hospital systems, healthcare providers and real estate executives work together to succeed in delivering quality healthcare while maintaining a valuable return on investment?

CBRE's 2019 U.S. Life Sciences Clusters report finds that Life Science clusters continue to grow at rapid rates across the country. Noticeable findings include:

- Chasing after the Life Sci epicenters of Boston-Cambridge and San Francisco, and New York has seen serious momentum building off its rich academic pool 

- Venture capital funding to the life sciences industry has surged 86% over the past year, driving employment growth, new construction and increased attention from investors

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For questions, comments and press inquiries, contact our event producer, John.Whitney@bisnow.com

 

Venue & Travel

The Park Sixty
110 E 60th St.
New York, NY 10022

Floor: 13th & 14th floor

Parking Information:
SP+ Parking
109 E 58th Street
$24.00 for 3 hours
$45.00 for 6 hours

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