Together, Curbed and StreetEasy are hosting a series of conversations that bring brokers, agents, urban planners, architects, developers, city council members, designers and more together to have conversations about the state of the real estate industry in New York City.
We hosted the first event in February at Jackson Park Leasing Gallery in Long Island City. Panelists Jainey Bavishi, Director of the Mayor’s Office of Resiliency, and Nathan Kensinger, Photographer and Curbed Columnist, discussed New York City's changing waterfront. View photos from the event below.
The second event was a virtual panel that explored the impact of COVID-19 on the NY Real Estate. Panelists Richard Grossman, President of Halstead Real Estate, Jay Martin, Executive Director of The Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP), Nancy Wu, Economist for StreetEasy, and Caroline Spivak, Reporter for Curbed NY, discussed how real estate professionals and residents alike have responded to COVID-19's effect on their work and home searches, and offered insight on the future of the city's housing market.