New York Commercial Real Estate Forum: Financing Opportunities
If there is one thing that has been made clear over the past year and a half, it’s that commercial real estate finance experts must stay on their toes and be increasingly adept at pivoting strategies. Market interruptions, tech disruptors, emerging investment safe havens and shifting paradigms have all led to new challenges and opportunities for real estate investors and lenders. Now, executives across the capital stack are looking forward to a new spur of activity brought on by a return to office. But are we there yet? And what does this mean for the asset classes that dominated in 2020 and early 2021?
Commercial Observer's Fall Financing CRE Series will provide a timely forecast and key intel from top market participants on how they’re adjusting strategies to meet the demands of a new generation of real estate dealmaking. Tune in to hear candid conversations from the top lenders, debt/equity brokers, and owners in the business as they discuss which deals are being done, the headwinds market participants are facing, the asset classes driving market activity, and what shifting dynamics between lenders and borrowers means for New York City’s market recovery.
Join Brian M. Cohen as he moderates the panel, "Where Are the Opportunities to Be Found?" Don’t miss exclusive intel on what lending and real estate investing will look like post-covid, the rising focus on green lending, bridge lending trends and best practices learned, what private investment will come off the sidelines, where construction lending stands and what the appetite is for new ground-up, transitional and adaptive reuse projects.