Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable
February 27, May 1, August 7, and November 13
Thank you to our Speakers: Winston Von Engel and Patrick Wehle!
Speakers for the next Breakfast to be announced soon!
The Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable began in 2007 and, as we enter our 12th season, there are number of updates to the formatting. We strive to cultivate a close-knit community full of the best and brightest in Brooklyn real estate in an engaging environment that promotes networking, learning and innovation. The goal is that these changes will expand our reach and to limit the disruption to your workday.
What to Expect
· 8:00 am: Networking
· 9:00 am: Program
· 10:00 am: To the Office!
· Corporate Series (4 tickets to each event): $2000.00
· Individual Subscription (4 Breakfasts): $600.00
· Individual Event: $175.00
Join us for Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable, an exclusive quarterly event at Brooklyn Historical Society’s stunning landmarked building in Brooklyn Heights, where industry professionals gather to learn about the latest real estate industry news in the borough.
Offered in February, May, August, and November, each event includes a networking reception, breakfast, and a lively Q&A program featuring special guest speakers.
Eric Liftin, MESH Architectures, Roundtable Steering
Dan Conlon, Two Trees Management Co. LLC, Roundtable Steering Committee Co-Chair
Elizabeth Bueno, Two Trees Management Co. LLC, Roundtable Steering Committee Co-Chair
Christopher Havens, TerraCRG
John Horowitz, Marcus & Millichap
Paula Ingram, Ingram and Hebron Realty
Michael Kaye, Douglaston Development
Jason Muss, Muss Development LLC
Alison Novak, The Hudson Companies, Inc.
Stephen Palmese, Cushman & Wakefield
Caroline Pardo, Ingram and Hebron Realty
William Ross, Halstead Properties
Joseph Sitt, Thor Equities
David Von Spreckelsen, Toll Brothers, Inc.
Jed Walentas, Two Trees Management Co. LLC
For more information about Real Estate Roundtable, contact Randi
firstname.lastname@example.org or 718.222.4111 x202
All proceeds are tax-deductible and support Brooklyn Historical Society mission to make Brooklyn’s vibrant history tangible, relevant, and meaningful for today's diverse communities, and for generations to come.
Special Thanks to our 2018 Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable Season Sponsor: