NEW YORK/ June 13, 2018 (STLRealEstate.News) — Commercial Observer, the leading commercial real estate media company, is pleased to announce the speaker line-up for its third annual Midtown Forum to be held on June 28, 2018 at RXR Realty’s 75 Rockefeller Center in New York.
The program includes two panels composed of top commercial real estate professionals that will address: Midtown’s leasing and sales activity; the Midtown East rezoning; new ground-up developments and revitalized properties; how owners are appealing to a changing tenant mix; and the Midtown market forecast.
The first panel will feature Marc Holliday, Chief Executive Officer of SL Green Realty Corp.; and Scott Rechler, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of RXR Realty LLC.; with moderation from Jonathan Mechanic, Chairman, Real Estate Department of Fried Frank. Holliday and Rechler will share their projections for the Midtown market, along with updates to their projects at One Vanderbilt and 75 Rockefeller Plaza, respectively. The duo will also discuss their investment in One Worldwide Plaza.
Immediately following, the Forum’s second panel will feature David A. Falk, President, New York Tri-state Region of Newmark Knight Frank; Kenneth Fisher, Partner of Fisher Brothers; Robert Lapidus, President and Chief Investment Officer of L&L Holding Company LLC.; with moderation from Michael Zetlin, Co-Founding Partner of Zetlin & De Chiara LLP. The panel will discuss how Midtown landlords are attracting tenants; updates on ground-up redevelopments at 425 Park Avenue and 270 Park Avenue; and how the Midtown East rezoning has impacted the market.
“Commercial Observer’s third annual Midtown Forum is an event like no other bringing together the biggest thinkers from New York City’s top building owners and developers,” said James Karklins, president of Commercial Observer. “Midtown remains one of the world’s largest central business districts, and in many respects, the dominant, bustling hub of commerce in New York. Like all events hosted by Commercial Observer, our Midtown Forum features first hand insights from leading professionals to help commercial real estate professionals make informed decisions about their business for today and tomorrow.”
Registration for the event can be accessed until June 27 through commercialobserver.com/midtown.
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SOURCE: Commercial Observer