Thu May 27, 2021
Thursday May 27 2021 | 12:00 PM EDT
What You’ll Learn:
1. 2021 drivers of change and emerging opportunities in the Westchester and Fairfield market.
2. How the suburban multifamily rental market can stay competitive beyond the pandemic.
3. Repurposing, optimizing and creating suburban office spaces.
4. The long-term impact of a de-urbanizated workforce.
5. Investment strategies and how to leverage tax credits, interest rates and other policy initiatives for residential development in suburban locations.
How You'll Do More Business:
If you are already invested or looking to expand in New York City's greater metro area, you don’t want to miss this event! We will unpack hot neighborhoods and asset classes that provide safe beds for investment, introduce top players and entrants and discuss key strategies for successfully transforming vacant or old space into high revenue-generating assets.
Owners, investors, developers, brokers, government officials, lenders, lawyers, architects, urban planners, general contractors and others interested in developing and investing in greater NYC
What Your Ticket Gets You:
Digital summit tickets include 2 hours of content and access to three virtual networking opportunities including direct messaging with other attendees, the ability to request and host video meetings and three-minute video-enabled speed networking to make deals happen.
Betting on the Burbs: Assessing Investor Confidence
What’s currently attracting investors to suburban markets?
Which asset classes are most appealing to investors in a suburban setting?
How are investors identifying deals in these markets?
Now or Never: Emerging Suburban Office Trends
1. Vacancy rates across the burbs have been relatively high- will this change now due to an increased demand for a ‘hub and spoke’ office model?
2. Which submarkets are developers eyeing for continued office investment in the area and what kinds of projects are being financed?
3. How will the recovery inform repositioning decisions as tenants' office demands have evolved in the past year?
Westchester County's 360° Recovery with DCE Ken Jenkins
Deputy County Executive Ken Jenkins dives into the recovery of Westchester County through a comprehensive analysis of community enrichment needs spanning mixed-income, mixed need housing, and the County's forward thinking approaches to affordable housing initiatives.
The Suburban Housing Agenda: How Can The Rental Market Remain Competitive?
1. With vaccines arriving and a return to normalcy coming into view, how will the market respond?
2. How can Westchester and Fairfield remain competitive as the city opens back up? What are the long-term advantages of investing in the burbs?
3. What does this residential shift mean for the commercial and office industries if the workforce continues to avoid trains and public transportation?
Post Panel Networking