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Silicon Harbor is a unique and distinctive property located at the tip of Stamford’s Harbor Point – a popular Live/Work/Play destination for office tenants, young professionals, residential developers and retailers. The property designed by the legendary I.M. Pei is situated on 10+/- acres of waterfront. This unparalleled corporate setting offers all the sought-after qualities of a suburban corporate location without sacrificing accessibility. Silicon Harbor features spectacular waterfront views, a beautiful newly renovated lobby, ample greenery, structured parking, a dramatic atrium, and privacy, and yet, lies less than one mile from the Stamford Transportation Center, I-95 and the CBD.
Breakfast & Networking
Silicon Harbor and The Future of Office in the Exploding Suburbs
Shifting Demographics and the Growing Multifamily Marketplace
2019 Drivers of Change in the Multifamily Sector
Post Event Networking
1 Elmcroft Road
Stamford, CT, 06902
Floor: 1st floor. (On the corner of Dyke Lane and Elmcroft Road)
Parking Information: Free parking on-site. Visitors should enter through the entrance marked "Employee/Deliveries" on the right side of Elmcroft Road. Additional parking is available on the same side of Elmcroft Road in the lot marked "Visitors," just past the Employee/Deliveries entrance.
many commercial real estate news briefings focus in on New York City these days, we are seeing
continued investment in the Greater Westchester and Fairfield Region.
Multifamily development continues to expand as the region offers promising
rent options to those residents that are being priced out of the city. Yet retail and office assets that aren't performing are being repurposed into multi-use projects. We'll find out how the experts are seeing these trends play out over the
of 2019. Share your comments, post your photos and ask questions using #BisnowNY on Twitter and Instagram, and follow us at @BisnowNY on Twitter for more local news. For questions, recommendations, comments, or press inquiries, please email John, the Northeast Event Producer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1) How will the recent Wetlands ruling and other regulations affect development in the Westchester and Fairfield counties?
2) Which developers and CRE professionals are bullish on 2019 asset investment?
3) Where are the most exciting emerging markets in Westchester?
4) What assets does Fairfield County have to continue to see sustained growth in 2019 and 2020?
5) How prepared is the CRE community for an impeding economic slowdown?