EVENTS

Zetlin & De Chiara actively leads seminars, conferences and roundtables, offering industry professionals insights and perspectives in the rapidly evolving fields in which we work.

Event: Women Builders Council - Our Stories, The Women of Real Estate
Speaker: Loryn Riggiola, Partner
Date: November 19, 2018
Time: 05:30PM — 07:30PM
Location: ANCHIN, BLOCK & ANCHIN 1375 BROADWAY, 23RD FLOOR, NEW YORK CITY

Our Stories is an opportunity to learn about how women are succeeding,
personally and professionally in the real estate industry. Our program will
include candid conversations from New York’s leading women and ample
opportunities to network and meet women from all areas of the real estate
and construction industry who are changing the game for their colleagues
and emerging women leaders.



Event: Commercial Observer: 2nd Annual Downtown Forum
Speaker: Michael Zetlin, Co-Founding Partner - Moderator
Date: November 28, 2018
Time: 07:30AM — 10:30AM
Location: Brookfield Property TBD

​Panel: Marty Burger, CEO, Silverstein Properties; Ric Clark, Senior Managing Partner & Chairman, Brookfield Property Group & Brookfield Property Partners; Douglas Durst, Chair, The Durst Organization; Bruce Mosler, Chairman, Global Brokerage, Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.; David R. Weinreb, CEO, The Howard Hughes Corporation; Jonathan Resnick, President, Jack Resnick & Sons.

From the revitalized South Street Seaport to the opening this year of 3 World Trade Center and the now 24/7 neighborhood of the Financial District, Downtown has enjoyed a stunning evolution in recent years, with ongoing surges in development and infrastructure projects. This year, lower Manhattan celebrated its strongest quarter of commercial leasing activity in seven years – TAMI tenants comprised the bulk of the deals – with area vacancies remaining below 10 percent for five straight quarters. Plus, average Class A office space rents are the highest in the market’s history, with renewal rates strong and coworking adding to the sector’s stability. But that’s not to say the Downtown market is without its challenges, as subleases and large blocks of space have driven up availabilities.