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NYC Office & Workplace of the Future

Half-Day Exploration Into How Talent & Tenants Continue To Drive The New Office Dynamic

Event Ended On: Thursday June 20 2019

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Event Host

Events Raw Space

175 Pearl St

The 8-story building located at 175 Pearl St in the Dumbo neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY was recently converted into Class A creative office building, and at acquisition all of the building systems had been replaced and upgraded and a new more efficient elevator core had been constructed. Normandy will implement a final phase of cosmetic upgrades, including expansion of windows, a new roof-top amenity space, and additional improvements to the lobby and storefronts. The building features a very efficient side core, with light on three sides, and excellent views of Manhattan. In addition, the property has great transportation access, as it is 1 block to the High Street station for the A/C train and 3 blocks to the Jay Street station for the F-train. The Property’s Dumbo submarket is generally the best office submarket along the Brooklyn/Queens waterfront with ample supporting amenities (parks, restaurants and retailers), close proximity and visibility to Manhattan and excellent transportation access.

Speakers

Hudson Yards Keynote Fireside Chat

Louis Minuto
Keynote

Louis Minuto

SVP, Global Environments, COACH
Marianne Kwok
Keynote

Marianne Kwok

Director, KPF

Garment District Alliance Fireside Chat

Barbara Blair

Barbara Blair

President, Garment District Alliance

All About the Tenants: Talent, Trends, Amenities & More

Rachel Walters

Rachel Walters

Sr. Market Development Manager, Join

All About the Landlords: Investment, Development, & Leasing

Jonathan Lee Cohen

Jonathan Lee Cohen

Head of Acquisitions, RFR Holding
Kevin Chin

Kevin Chin

VP, Securiti & Head of Corporate Development, The Guarantors

Design, Construction & Workplace Strategy

Rachel Casanova

Rachel Casanova

Senior Managing Director, Workplace Innovation, Cushman & Wakefield
Dodie Williams
Moderator

Dodie Williams

Director of Project Management, Macro Consultants

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
8:45 AM
Garment District Alliance Fireside Chat
8:45 AM
9:25 AM
Design, Construction & Workplace Strategy
9:25 AM
9:40 AM
Networking Break
9:40 AM
10:20 AM
All About the Tenants: Talent, Trends, Amenities & More
10:20 AM
11:00 AM
All About the Landlords: Investment, Development, & Leasing
11:00 AM
11:30 AM
Hudson Yards Keynote Fireside Chat
11:30 AM
11:45 AM
Post Event Networking

Venue/Parking

175 Pearl St.
Brooklyn, NY 10005

Floor: 8th floor

Parking Information: Parking is located across the street from the building. Rates are $18 for one hour or $24 for the day.
*Ubers and ride sharing is encouraged*

99 Sands Parking
99 Sands Street
Brooklyn, NY
across from the 175 Pearl Street
Exterior Parking
Daily rates
$10-$16 an hour depending on the size of the vehicle
$16-$24 for the day depending on the size of the vehicle

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Event Summary

As the Amazons, Googles, Facebooks and other major tech giants of the world continue to take up massive amounts of office space in New York City, one has to reassess how the workplace has changed. The Coworking industry has taken off and certain companies have received staggering levels of

investment that prove just how profitable the industry can be. How and in what manner people go about their work will be the most important commercial real estate factor for the foreseeable future.

Millennials will continue to change the workplace and commercial real estate leaders will make sure to be listening.

Please send all event questions to

John, Northeast Event Producer, @ john.whitney@bisnow.com Don't forget those business cards!

1. Will office space as a service redefine the workplace or remain a niche sector?

2. What are the current list of tenant demands that landlords are taking seriously?

3. How can design teams accommodate a growing demand for flexible work space?

4. Can smaller office space demand continue to provide a solution to larger big-box retailers?

5. How are institutional companies adjusting to a younger workforce generation that demands personalization and collaboration?

6. How do NYC's different boroughs compare when adjusting to workforce trends?

***PLEASE NOTE THE CONTENT OF THIS EVENT ENDS AT 11:30AM***