The Evolving Office Building

Tuesday, May 16, 2017, 5:45 PM - 8:15 PM (UTC-5:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Roughly 15 Million SF of new and re-purposed office space is projected to come into the New York market between now and 2020. All this new development bears many questions – how are the shifts in occupier needs and the changing ways we work shaping new development in the city? In the era of big data, how are occupiers, landlords and developers leveraging the Building Internet of Things (BIoT) and creating wellness in the built environment? Are occupiers demanding change or are developers leading the way? How important is wellness and what are the tangible benefits? How can we focus on and measure the impact on the user experience? What are the tangible benefits for both end users and landlords? Alternatively, what will be the residual impact for the existing building supply?

Join us and the Programs Committee for panel discussion with industry experts to explore how changing market dynamics and innovation are influencing office space of tomorrow.



Moderator:
Hiten Samtani, Managing Editor, The Real Deal

Panelists:
Damien Chomiak, Northeast & Central Real Estate Services Leader, Ernst & Young
Stephen Jones, Dodge Data and Analytics Report, Author of "The Drive Towards Heathier Buildings 2016"
Jeremy Moss, Executive Vice President, Silverstein Properties
Paul Scialla, Founder, International WELL Building Institute

Registration:
Member End Users: $35
Member Service Providers: $75
Non-Member End Users: $70
Non-Member Service Providers: $150

Location

Grand Hyatt New York
42nd Street at Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10036