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NYC's infrastructure and capital needs have reached a critical point, so expect to see more private-public relationships in development over the next five to 10 years, says Fried Frank partner Melanie Meyers.
Fried Frank partner Melanie Meyers
And you're in luck! She’ll be on a panel of luminaries Feb. 24 atBisnow’s Public-Private Partnership Breakfast & Schmooze, headlined by NYC Economic Development Corp. prez Seth Pinsky. Join us for this hot topic and great networking. Register here. Melanie says projects like Atlantic Yards demonstrate how public-private partnerships can work to address both economic development goals and public capital needs, including affordable housing, open space, transit, and utility improvements. The challenge: figuring out what developers need to be encouraged to go forward with projects, and how the projects can contribute to City resources.