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The Future of Real Estate in NYC

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NYC’s real estate market is heating up, as offices start to reopen and Broadway returns. Join leaders in NYC real estate and labor as they discuss the road to recovery for builders, owners, union workers, and others.

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After almost two years of COVID-19, NYC’s real estate market is starting to heat up, some office workers are returning, entertainment is coming back and a federal infrastructure plan is shining new light at the end of the tunnel.

Join some of the most prominent voices in NYC real estate and labor to learn more about how government policy decisions over the coming months will have major impacts on the future of real estate and may determine just how long the road to full recovery will be for builders, property owners, union workers, and other stakeholders across the city.

Registration deadline is Monday, October 11.


  • President, SEIU Local 32BJ
Kyle Bragg became 32BJ’s president in 2019 after serving as Secretary-Treasurer

  • Executive Vice President of Development, Design and Construction, Brookfield Properties
With Brookfield Properties and its predecessor, Olympia & York, for over 35 years, Sabrina Kanner has played a key role in the construction, design and development or redevelopment of over 40 million square feet of Brookfield

  • President, Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York
Since 2009, Gary LaBarbera has served as President of the Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York

  • Chief Executive Officer, NY Tri-State Region, CBRE
Mary Ann Tighe has been CEO of CBRE’s New York Tri-State Region since 2002, a region of 3,800 employees

  • President, Real Estate Board of NY (REBNY)
Prior to his appointment as President in 2019, James Whelan served as Executive Vice President of REBNY

  • Director, Cornell ILR's Labor and Employment Law Program and Government and Community Relations, NYC

Esta Bigler, Esq., as Director of Cornell University ILR’s Labor and Employment Law Program, uses her extensive background in labor and employment law to convene conferences and forums studying the

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