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Jerry Salama talks about building a lab property in the city, balancing the risk and the reward of that kind of asset -- and why he believes in the burgeoning life sciences ecosystem in New York City.
PwC’s Advisory Real Estate Director Katherine Huh speaks about what has set some employers apart from others in the pandemic, and how companies are plotting their return to work.
On this episode, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs at the Real Estate Board of New York Reggie Thomas discusses how the group will lobby government in 2021, the impact of a unified federal government and how real estate can help with the testing and vaccine effort.
Alicart CEO Jeffrey Bank talks about the restaurant industry's fight for survival -- as well as what he considers a failure of government and when he expects business to start to return.
Brown Harris Stevens CEO Bess Freedman talks about the state of the city's residential market, and the industry's plans to take on the looming Pied-a-terre tax.
Cushman & Wakefield's veteran retail broker talks about falling rents, the future of luxury in the city and the neighborhood struggling the most in the pandemic.
to join the industry and thrive." Ken McIntyre, the CEO of the Real Estate Executive Council, a trade association for executives of color in commercial real estate, talks about the importance of diverse suppliers in commercial real estate and why brokerage remains one of the least diverse areas of the industry.
B6 Real Estate Advisors' CEO Paul Massey, who ran for mayor of New York City before withdrawing in 2017, talks about the fallout of the general election, and what's at stake in the 2021 Mayoral race.
Bisnow reporters speak here about how members of the commercial real estate community are preparing for this general election.
In this episode, State Sen. Brian Kavanagh talks about working with the real estate community and the need for federal funding to support renters.
Principal and Head of Avison Young's Tri-State Investment Sales group James Nelson talks about renegotiating contracts, where the opportunities are, and why some long term owners in the city are now looking to sell.
Doug Steiner talks producing content in a pandemic, his next venture and why film and tv studio real estate is not for the faint hearted.
In this episode, Bisnow reporter Kelsey Neubauer talks about her reporting on virus outbreaks at e-commerce distribution centers and the worker walkouts that may be setting the stage for a new labor movement.
Architect and professor Vishaan Chakrabarti talks about the idea of banning private cars in Manhattan, what it would take to get it done and why he thinks it would increase, not reduce, the real estate values.
In this episode, we hear from Angele Robinson-Gaylord, the President of North America Real Estate Cluster at Ikea Group. She is speaking here about the company's workplace culture, her experiences as an African American woman in commercial real estate and the furniture giant's pivot from box retail to smaller concept stores.
Lendlease Executive General Manager of New York Development Melissa Burch speaks here about landing a construction loan during the pandemic and how New York should reinvent itself after the crisis. The companies recently secured $250M in construction financing for the project, and Burchs is spoke on the podcast about inking the deal in the middle of the pandemic crisis in New York City.
On this week's episode, we hear from Jospeh Ferrara, a principal at BFC Partners. His firm is the developer behind Empire Outlets, a brand new outlet mall on the Staten Island waterfront. He speaks here about switching to percentage rent, leasing in a pandemic and making shoppers feel safe.
Bisnow Bay Area Reporter Dean Boerner talks here about where the reopening is impacting real estate, how worried landlords are about technology companies going to remote work and the drop off in San Francisco apartment rents.
In this episode, Alicia Glen, the former New York City deputy mayor of housing and economic development who has just launched her own real estate development and investment firm MSquared. She speaks here about not letting the perfect be the enemy of the good when it comes to getting housing built, the future of New York City after the crisis -- and the types of leadership that might be needed to get it there.