East Meets West — Manhattan Luxury Real Estate Connect!
East Meets West — Manhattan Luxury Real Estate Connect!
Monday, 02 November 2015
EAST MEETS WEST
MANHATTAN LUXURY REAL ESTATE CONNECT #EMWNYC
The rise of Asian economies, and in turn Asian investors, has proven to be on the most significant developments in global real estate over the last decade. Enormous sums of money are flowing across borders in all directions. According to the Knight Frank Wealth Report, in 2014, New York was the number one city globally for cross-border investment. In 2013, Asians investors spent $92.9 billion. According to the Wealth X Global Luxury Residential Real Estate Report real estate is an investment, an asset and a lifestyle. East Meets West explores these topics.
Keynote Lunch: CEO’s View from the Top. CEOs from some of the biggest players in New York luxury real estate brokerage (Corcoran, CORE, Halstead Property, Keller Williams NYC, Sotheby’s International Realty) will share their perspective on the market, the role of Asian investments, and challenges they face. Reflections from the Top with Michael P. Kercheval, CEO Emeritus, International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). State of Asia America with Angie Lee (Vice Chairwoman, AREAA National) A Conversation with Jim Park (AREAA National Chairman Emeritus) and Anthony Chan (Chief Economist, JP Morgan Chase).
Role of China in the New York Real Estate Market. Renowned experts will describe the impact of Chinese investments on the New York real estate market, and how macro-economical and geopolitical forces may influence it.
Secrets from Elite Luxury Brokers. Top New York luxury brokers will share their experience in marketing, branding, working with luxury clients, the role of technology, and their outlook on the market.
Hotels and Development. Hotel and commercial developers will examine recent trends and the impact of Asian and Asian American investments.
Financing Options for the Foreign Buyer. Get more knowledgeable about financing for international buyers. What are the challenges and how can they be overcome?
Myths and Realties of EB-5. Panelists will review the basics and mechanics of EB-5, its current legislative status and challenges.
Residential Developments. Panelists will examine the latest trends in residential developments, what buyers are looking for, the impact of Asian investments, and market outlook.
Please visit areaamanhattan.org to see the latest schedule and speakers list.
Ilan Bracha (Founder, Keller Williams NYC), Mary Chan (Managing Director & Relationship Manager, First Republic Bank), Anthony Chan (Chief Economist, JP Morgan Chase), Savio S. Chan (CEO, US China Partners), Lawrence Cohen (Partner & Hospitality Group Leader, Marks Paneth), Jeffrey R. Deitrich (General Manager, Silverstein Properties) Martin A. Edelstein (Senior Tax Manager, Marks Paneth), Nikki Field (Sr. Global Advisor & Associate Broker, Sotheby’s International Realty), Louise Phillips Forbes (Associate Broker, Halstead Property), David Friedman (Co-Founder and President, Wealth-X), Allie Hope (Head of Acquisitions & Development, Virgin Hotels), Gordon H. Hoppe (Executive Vice President, Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group – Corcoran), Kenneth S. Horn, Esq. (President, Alchemy Properties), Gang Hu (Executive Director of Development & Construction, Greenland Forest City Partner), Michael P. Kerchaval (CEO Emeritus, International Council of Shopping Centers / ICSC), Kathryn A. Korte (President & CEO, Sotheby’s International Realty), Pamela Liebman (President & CEO, Corcoran), Janice Liu (Vice President & Client Service Manager, East West Bank), Anthony J. Masseria (Mortgage Sales Manager – Vice President, HSBC), Michael Meyer (President, F&T Group), Shaun Osher (Founder & CEO, CORE), Raj Rajpal (Home Mortgage Consultant, Wells Fargo), Diane M. Ramirez (CEO, Halstead Property), Lezley Schad (CEO, Keller Williams NYC), Leonard Steinberg (President & Corporate Broker, Compass), Sam Suzuki (CEO, Suzuki Capital LLC), Kevin Swill (COO, The Carlton Group), Henry S. Tang (Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Clarett International), Clem Turner, Esq. (Homeier & Law, P.C.), Mandy Wong (Branch Manager, Cathay Bank), George Xu (Founder and President, Century Development Group), Stephen Yale-Loehr (Miller Mayer LLP), Sun Yu (Head of Network Research, China Confidential, Financial Times), Susi Yu (Executive Vice President of Development, Forest City Ratner Companies), Christine Zhang (Corporate Banking, Bank of China).
Sunday, November 1, 2015 @ MOCA, 215 Centre Street, New York
06:00 – 08:00pm Opening Reception at Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA)
Monday, November 2, 2105 @ Waldorf Astoria, 301 Park Avenue, New York
08:00 – 09:00 Breakfast
09:00 – 09:30 Welcome Remarks
09:45 – 11:15 Secrets from Elite Luxury Brokers or Hotels & Developers
11:30 – 01:15 Keynote Lunch
01:30 – 03:00 Financing for Foreign Buyers or Residential Developments
03:15 – 04:45 Myths and Realities of EB-5 or Role of China in the New York Market
Monday, November 2, 2015 @ Tao, 92 Ninth Avenue, New York
6:00-9:00pm AREAA Manahttan theEDGE closing event at Tao Downtown
HOTEL RESERVATIONS Waldorf Astoria, 301 Park Avenue, New York. For reservations contact: email@example.com * mention “Asian Real Estate Association of America” for $379/night rate for 11/1/15 and 11/2/15 (based on avaialability)
ON LINE REGISTRATION PRICES UNTIL SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2015 9:00 AM
$149 includes Nov. 1, 2015 6:00pm-8:00pm Opening Reception at Musuem of Chinese in America (MOCA) at 215 Centre St + Nov. 2, 2015 8:00am-5:00pm East Meets West Connect at The Waldorf Astoria, 301 Park Ave. (Keynote Lunch is not included). Nov. 2, 2105 6:00pm-11:00pm AREAA Manhattan theEDGE closing event at Tao, 92 Ninth Ave. is complimentary for AREAA members and $40 for non-AREAA members.
REGISTRATION PRICES STARTING NOVEMBER 1, 2015 9:01AM and AT DOOR
$199 includes Nov. 1, 2015 6:00pm-8:00pm Opening Reception at Musuem of Chinese in America (MOCA) at 215 Centre St + Nov. 2, 2015 8:00am-5:00pm East Meets West Connect at The Waldorf Astoria, 301 Park Ave. (Keynote Lunch not included). Nov 2, 2015 6:00pm-11:00pm AREAA Manhattan theEDGE at Tao, 92 Ninth Ave. is complimentary for AREAA members and $40 for non-AREAA members.
*** KEYNOTE LUNCH IS SOLD OUT, INQUIRE AT REGISTRATION FOR WAITING LIST ***
AREAA Members – note to log into your account for membership prices and rates.
No Refund is payable for cancellation within five (5) days of event. Substitutions of registrations can be requested in writing.
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