Monthly Archives: November 2011

YLG Mobile Workshop: New York by Gehry

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NOVEMBER 18, 2011 Reported by James Ryan III, ULI New York Young Leaders Group Additional contributions by Christopher Turner, ULI New York Young Leaders Group On Friday, November 18th ULI’s Young Leaders Group was invited to an exclusive guided tour of one of Forest City Ratner’s newest buildings. Rising out of Lower Manhattan, just north of Wall Street, New York by Gehry is the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere. Architecturally it is a striking building, and one that carries some of the architect’s, Frank Gehry, signature design traits … Read More

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YLG New York: Real Estate Entrepreneurship

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NOVEMBER 9, 2011 Reported by James Ryan III, ULI New York Young Leaders Group Additional contributions by Christopher Turner, ULI New York Young Leaders Group The phone won’t ring.  The clouds won’t part.  Cash yielding properties aren’t going to fall into your hands.  Capital will be hard to come by.  No one will hand you anything.  Diligence and perseverance are tantamount to survival.  Sounds fun, doesn’t it? If there was one major theme at the YLG Entrepreneurship in Real Estate event on Thursday, November 9th, it was that entrepreneurs forge … Read More

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ULI New York: Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2012

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NOVEMBER 3, 2011 Reported by Andrew Stone, ULI New York Young Leaders Group The Emerging Trends ULI event, held on Nov. 3 at the Bar Association in Midtown brought together hundreds of real estate professionals to hear about the PricewaterhouseCoopers Energing Trends survey results as well as four distinguished panelists’ viewpoints.  The Emerging Trends Survey was released and the main topics revolved around seven key issues: job arbitrage, productivity costs, debt – personal/public, demographics, global financial morass, global financial industry change, and government disarray. Additionally, the survey pointed out several … Read More

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