1) How will MTA and other major forms of mass transit handle the city's population growing faster than projections?
2) How are developers building and maintaining buildings to prepare for the future?
3) NYC transit is struggling with old infrastructure and overcrowding, what can be done now?
4) Because of the city's population growth, will the supply of multifamily be able to match demand?
5) How will the potential effects of climate change and the growing interest in sustainable development influence CRE development?
6) As the population of NYC increases, is the only way to match demand to go up? How can city zoning change the skyline?
7) Sustainability has started to become an integral part of real estate development in NYC, but are we doing enough?
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Breakfast & Networking
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Land Use: Space and the City
|9:15 AM - 10:00 AM||
A Look into NYC Infrastructure Woes
|10:00 AM - 10:30 AM||
Venue to be Announced by February 28
NYC has the biggest metro system in the country and that has been a great contributor to the city's growth and power. However, the Big Apple is now faced with aging infrastructure, some dating back to the 1930s. With NYC's population increasing at record levels each year, overcrowding is straining the decaying subway system.
Mayor de Blasio has set out to achieve big goals during his term. One in particular is his vision to create a sustainable city with: zero waste, improved air quality, cleaned up brownfields, and water management. "Environmental and economic sustainability must go hand in hand - and oneNYC is the blueprint to ensure they do," said Mayor de Blasio. What will the future of sustainability look like for CRE, will NYC reach urban sustainability?
As always, there will be plenty of opportunities to network with industry leaders and learn from top executives. We'll look forward to seeing you there!
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