The Long Island landscape has changed drastically since Levittown became a national symbol of postwar suburban sprawl, but the future remains uncertain. What challenges will today’s developers, municipalities, and residents face tomorrow in the ever-changing world of Long Island commercial and residential real estate? Join us for a wide-ranging panel discussion with a mix of important voices about the future of real estate on our island.
Our prominent panel of industry insiders will share their insights on critical topics including:
- How the values and preferences of millennials are already shaping commercial and residential development projects
- The impact of ride-sharing services such as Uber on plans for transit-oriented hubs
- How to attract new companies to Long Island and grow existing companies when decades-old zoning codes limit expansion opportunities
- The inventory shortage faced by young, would-be homebuyers as people remain in their homes longer thanks to longer life spans and the trend toward home-based elder care
- Amazon’s ever-increasing presence and its effect on big box retailers, leaving large-scale vacancies in previously busy Long Island shopping centers
- Rapidly growing 55+ senior communities and whether there’s a market for similar developments for young families
Moderator: Joe Campolo, Esq. – Managing Partner, Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP
- Kelly Morris – Deputy Executive Director, Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency (IDA)
- Mitch Pally – Board Member, MTA and CEO, Long Island Builders Institute (LIBI)
- Brian Lee – Executive Managing Director, Newmark Knight Frank
- Kurt Koegl, CPA – Partner, Marcum LLP
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Registration, networking, and complimentary continental breakfast: 8:00 a.m.
Panel discussion and Q&A: 8:30-10:00 a.m.
Thank you to our sponsors: Marcum LLP, Newmark Knight Frank, Fidelity National Title – Garden City and HKM Associates.