1) Where are people investing in Harlem right now?
2) What are the boundaries of Harlem? How has it changed over the years?
3) What are developers doing to create a Harlem brand?
4) Will residential sales continue to go up?
5) What is the future of the 125th corridor? Will it look like 34th Street?
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Breakfast & Networking
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Venue to be announced by June 19
The city's economic plan, combined with its convenient location and rich history, is reshaping and encouraging new development left and right.
The 125th corridor has been growing rapidly each year since rezoning in 2008 that allowed for taller buildings in the area. Between 2011 and 2017, at least 10 projects with a value of between $14M and 95M were completed, reported the New York Times. The additions of big-box chains like Whole Foods, H&M, and soon-to-be Chipotle are creating more foot traffic. With over 160,000 pedestrians crossing 125th Street each week, it's no wonder that developers are flocking to the area and bringing new residential products online quickly. Developers in Harlem are racing to construct every type of residential building: from senior housing to affordable to high-end luxury condos. Harlem is getting it all!
Find out what all the buzz is about and who the big players are that are involved with reshaping this neighborhood filled with arts and culture, both past and present, at the Harlem State of the Market!
As always, there will be plenty of opportunities to network with industry leaders and learn from top executives. We'll look forward to seeing you there!
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