Forum Overview

EisnerAmper LLP & Real Estate Weekly present A Real Estate Breakfast Forum, which will be held in Club 101 in Manhattan on December 9th from 7:45am to 10:30am.

The distinguished Forum speakers will offer valuable insights and strategies for success in the current real estate environment.

7:45am    Registration / Breakfast / Exhibit Hall Opens

8:30am    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS BY: Harry Dublinsky, CPA, EisnerAmper LLP &

David A. Paterson, Former Governor, NEW YORK STATE BIO
Mitchell E. Rudin, CEO, U.S. Commercial Operations, BROOKFIELD OFFICE PROPERTIES BIO
Steven C. Witkoff, Chairman & CEO, THE WITKOFF GROUP BIO

Moderated By:
Jeff Moerdler, Esq., Member, Mintz Levin & Commissioner, Port Authority of NY & NJ BIO
Ken Weissenberg, Co-head of the National Real Estate Practice, EisnerAmper LLP BIO

9:45am    Up Close And Personal With:

Stephen Siegel, Chairman of Global Brokerage, CBRE BIO
Interviewed by: Barry Lieberman, Chairman, Eastern Property Assets BIO

Stephen B. Siegel is the Chairman of CBRE Global Brokerage and known as one of the biggest deal makers within the inner circle of New York City commercial real estate. He’s had a storied career as President of Cushman & Wakefield, President of Edward S. Gordon and Insignia ESG, and guided CBRE to being the largest commercial brokerage company in the world. He’s negotiated some of the most significant deals in the city of New York, and has been awarded a list of awards, honorariums and accolades that would make any parent proud. His integrity and effectiveness continues to astound many of his colleagues who aspire to emulate his incredible career.

At this Forum, Steve will share some insights of how the city office market has evolved during his life in the Big Apple, and how he participated in its evolution. This is the preeminent office market in the world, and Steve Siegel is one of the reasons for its success. The rhythm of the market’s ups and downs is the operative question of real estate investors in this town, and understanding its beat is the key to predicting where the market is going.

It is a common axiom that the three keys of real estate investing are LOCATION, LOCATION, and LOCATION; but Steve will posit that it’s TIMING, TIMING, and TIMING. A great location at a certain point in time may no longer be great at another point in time. Steve has seen it all from the perch of the people who are making the deals happen. Real estate value is a function of the revenue it produces, and the “top line” issue on that account is the rental rate. The man with his finger on that number is Steve Siegel. He’s been the fly on the wall in the major negotiation board rooms for a long time and will be a treasure to listen to over a cup of coffee on December 9th.

10:25am    Event Concludes; The Exhibit Hall Will Remain Open Until 12 Noon.

Program Chairman:
Harry Dublinsky, CPA

Production Partner:
The Center for Business Innovation (TCBI)

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