Hudson Valley Visionaries: A Look into the Future of Commercial Real Estate

A Thought Leader Master Series Event
Hudson Valley Economic Development Network-in partnership with the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors-present:

Hudson Valley Visionaries: A Look into the Future of Commercial Real Estate

Hosted by Marist College

Thursday, April 12th, 2018
8:00am-11:00am

Student Center at Marist College
The Nelly Goletti Theatre
3399 North Road
Poughkeepsie, NY

Whether transforming old shopping malls and corporate parks into mixed-used developments or dealing with the earth-shattering impacts from new technologies such as autonomous vehicles and the use of robotics in warehousing, the Hudson Valley’s commercial real estate scene is changing in new and exciting ways. Join the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation – in partnership with the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors – as we bring together a panel of VISIONARIES who will help us bridge the gap between today’s marketplace and what’s coming in the near and distant future.

Panelists (as of 2/23/18) include:

  • Seth Pinsky, Executive VP, Fund Manager, Metro Emerging Markets & Public Affairs Director, RXR Realty
  • Robert Weisz, CEO, RPW Group
  • Timothy Jones, Managing Member and Partner, Robert Martin Company
  • Sara Jones-Maturo, President, RM Friedland
  • Luiz Aragon, Development Commissioner, City of New Rochelle
  • Kate Slevin, Vice President, State Programs & Advocacy, Regional Planning Association
  • Tim Smith, Regional Vice President, Crown Castle Fiber
  • Onno Steger, Director of Real Estate, IRG
  • Anthony Gioffre III, Partner and Chair of Land Use, Zoning & Development Group, Cuddy & Feder LLP
  • Frank Cuevas, VP, Real Estate Strategy & Operations, IBM

…with more announcements to follow

Limited Seating is Available

To become a sponsor or for more information, contact Sara McCormick: smccormick@hvedc.com, 845-220-2244 or visit hvedc.com.

April 12, 2018 - 08:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Marist College


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