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ULI New York Presents: Does Amazon Signal the End of A Pro-Growth Political Climate in New York City?

Date:
May 13, 2019
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Venue:
Newmark Knight Frank
Address:
125 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10168 United States

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**Please note online registration will close on Saturday, May 11th. Please email Emily Carty at ecarty@bermangrp.com if you would like to register after that time. 

How should the City wage its battle for relevance on the world stage while continuing to innovate, adapt to the way people live and work, and attract talent? Have we reached a critical juncture in which approvals for large scale projects such as Hudson Yards and Amazon HQ2 will now be impossible to attain given NIMBY activity? Many American cities are now able to provide attractive employment and lifestyle options that rival those of New York. Does the current climate hurt New York’s ability to compete? Are changes needed in the City’s approval processes to remain competitive, and how should these be addressed?

MODERATOR
Kathryn S. Wylde | President and CEO | Partnership for New York City

SPEAKERS
Vishaan Chakrabarti, FAIA | Founder | Practice for Architecture and Urbanism | Associate Professor of Practice | Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture
James Patchett | President and CEO | New York City Economic Development Corporation
Carl Weisbrod | Senior Advisor | HR&A Advisors

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Thank you to our hosts for evening, NKF Valuation & Advisory !

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