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Trends in New York Real Estate

Loeb & Loeb LLP invites you to our complimentary program and cocktail reception. 

Rethinking the traditional office lease is becoming a trend for New York City businesses looking at innovative ways to increase productivity while decreasing costs. The city's expanding commercial condominium market and the inherent stability and savings of owning space is gaining favor over leasing for certain tenants, especially non-profit and foreign companies. At the same time, technology companies and startups with a younger generation of employees are pioneering alternative workspace, and the idea is gaining ground in other sectors looking to inspire collaboration and creativity while adapting to employees' changing work habits.

Join Richard A. Nardi, a partner in Loeb's Real Estate Department, with guest speakers Steven Andersen and Daniel Montroy, principals at Montroy Andersen DeMarco Design, Inc., for an in-depth look at the current landscape and future trends in commercial condominiums and alternative workspace, including:

  • Factors driving reexamination of the traditional office lease
  • The New York City marketplace -- an example of things to come?
  • Alternative workspace
  • Office space -- to own or lease?


5:00-5:30 PM - Registration
5:30-6:30 PM - Program
6:30-7:30 PM - Reception