2022 forecast and political impact on the commercial real estate sector in New York


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We have experienced the enthusiasm of returning to live events in person this year, having safely and successfully hosted over 15,000 executives to date. While we are delighted to come together to propel growth within CRE, COVID-19 remains a global concern and Bisnow is committed to applying safe protocols at our events. You can expect the following:

  • Proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test result from the past 72 hours will be required as a condition of entry to this event. Proof of vaccination or negative test results may be presented via a physical card or digital image of your records.
  • In accordance with the recent tenure of the Governor of New York, masks will be mandatory for all unvaccinated participants – regardless of negative proof of the PCR test. We strongly encourage all vaccinated participants to also wear masks. Masks will be made available at the door.
  • In accordance with CDC guidelines, we recommend that all participants wear a mask, regardless of their immunization status. Masks will be made available at the door.
  • Temperature checks will be carried out at the entrance.
  • Participation in the event will be capped and no tickets will be sold at the door.
  • Contact tracing procedures will be used for any reported exposure.
  • Social distancing seats will be available in the main event space.
  • Improved disinfection protocols will be adhered to throughout the event space, including regular disinfection of surfaces throughout the event and hand sanitizer provided to all participants.

As regulations and local guidance evolve, the CRE industry continues to lead the way. We look forward to safely coming together to do what we do best – network, connect, and engage to do more business. We hope to welcome you soon.

Why is this important

What you will learn:

  • What will be the impact of the new mayor of New York on the relationship between landlords / developers and local government?
  • Given the changing political climate, how keen will investors and developers be to deploy capital and buy new developments?
  • What kinds of new investment strategies could companies now consider with Eric Adams as the new mayor of New York?
  • How does the commercial real estate sector favor the return of tenant activity? With a continued focus on flight quality, what impact does this have on Class B vessels?
  • What differentiators are driving the gap between Class A and Class B offices and what impact does this have on the office market?
  • What are developers, local organizations, and government doing to increase affordable multi-family housing options? How can developers be encouraged to work with the city to increase supply?

How you will do more business:

Improve your business by understanding how New York City Real Estate approaches a year of growth potential. Understand how the raised capital will be used under New York City’s new mayors regime and how this affects the multi-family park as well as class a and class b offices.

Who participates :

Investors, owners, developers, lenders, office tenants, brokers, public sector companies, architects, contractors, engineers, property managers and you!

Why attend:

Bisnow events bring together the biggest players in the industry to identify opportunities, build your network and grow your business. With the largest audience of commercial real estate professionals in the world, no one knows how to help your business better than we do.

For any questions, recommendations, comments, or press inquiries, please email our New York event producer Chris Picher at [email protected]

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