Should be fun.
They tell me it is sold out and there is a waiting list, but just in case…
I’ll be a speaker on Day 2: Thursday Morning April 29, 2010 at 8:40 AM on the Master Bloggers and Microbloggers panel.
It’s a great panel of people I know and respect.
The entire conference, which starts on Wednesday, is full of great resources and accomplished professionals. Ryan Slack, the founder of GreenPearl, is focused on providing content that people can actually apply to their everyday work experience.
Tomorrow morning, I get to be the keynote speaker for this event – a brief presentation. Vivian Marino of the New York Times and her distinguished panel gets to do the heavy lifting. Online registration is here.
I’m really looking forward to this one.
The New World of New York City Rentals with Curbed.com [92Y Tribeca]
I hope you can join us.
I hear that 1,000+ people are registered to attend the Observer Living event (although I think the room where we are speaking is half that size).
8:00 PM – Panel #3: State of the Residential Market
Moderated by: Tom Acitelli, Location Editor, The New York Observer
Tomorrow morning at 7am on Bloomberg Radio am 1130 – I’ll be the first guest on Bloomberg Surveillence with Tom Keane and Ken Prewitt to kick off a show on the housing market. I listen to the show via podcast nearly every day – always interesting.
I never thought to myself, gee, I’m going to go out and do some social marketing/networking, like it’s a New Year’s resolution. It just sort of happened and I am not sure how or why, but it’s here and it is powerful – and it is fun.
Frankly, I have no plan other than to try to push out good content with my persona attached to it.
Ryan Slack – founder of GreenPearl, invited a group of social networking types (don’t see myself as one, but I am I suppose) to a fun forum tomorrow night – moderated by Quinn & Co.’s digital media manager, Allie Herzog – at the M1-5 Lounge at 52 Walker Street, Manhattan. I am excited about the group and plan to take (mental) notes.
There are some seats available – to attend, you simply register here.
This will be either the fifth or sixth year (I’ve lost track) that Paul Purcell and Kathy Braddock of Braddock and Purcell have organized a panel discussion (that includes me) on the state of the Manhattan residential market at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan.
The event has sold out each time, so get your tickets early. I participate in this event because its fun – Paul is a great moderator. Also, the 92Y is a fantastic resource to explore with a wide array of programs. Their 92Y Blog is very well done and worth checking out. Its been on my Matrix blogroll for quite a while.
They have also invited Pamela Liebman, president and CEO of the Corcoran Group as well as Alan Rosenbaum, president of Guard Hill Financial, a mortgage broker. I’ve known Pam for much of my career – beginning when she was an agent and I was just starting out as an appraiser. My firm has been hired periodically by Alan’s firm but I don’t know him that well so I am looking forward to his insights mortgages and underwriting.
The event will be held on Thu, Mar 5, 2009, 8:15pm-9:30pm at the East 92nd St/Lexington Avenue location.
Here’s a quick video snippet of the last two panels of the 2009 New York Inman Connect conference which is always a great time. I was invited to speak at the main session for the last panel of the conference.
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Well, I would have never been admitted back in the day (or even now), so it was an honor to be invited to speak in front of alumni from the Harvard Business School. (Love the nautical references in the headlines)
The housing crisis has gripped the nation. How well is the New York residential market weathering the storm? Join Jonathan Miller, a renowned expert in Manhattan residential real estate, to find out.
Location: JP Morgan Chase, 270 Park Avenue (Between E. 47th & E. 48th), 3rd Floor
Time: 6:30pm Registration/7:00pm Program
Cost: $25 Members / $50 Non-Members & Guests
It’s been an Ivy year for me, speaking at Cornell, Yale, Penn and Harvard events. Anyone from Princeton out there?
I was invited to participate in a panel discussion about the state of the Manhattan real estate market tonight at the Yale Club. Not sure if there are tickets left, but if so, try here:
Tonight: October 15th @ 7PM at the Yale Club at 50 Vanderbilt Avenue
The moderator will be Michael Stoler, Senior principal at Apollo Real Estate Advisors.
My co-panelists will be my good friend Noah Rosenblatt of UrbanDigs.com fame, who is a VP at Halstead and Melissa Cohn, president of Manhattan Mortgage and one of the most successful mortgage brokers in the country.
Ivy League update: Giving a speech to Harvard Business School Alum in November. Details to follow.
UPDATE: Here’s a new offering by the Manhattan Institute: MARKET MELTDOWN NEW YORK’S FINANCIAL CRISIS A terrific group of presenters discuss what is in store for the New York region.
Long Island City has been one of those segments of the New York City real estate market that has quietly experienced fairly broad consumer acceptance in a short period of time. This is evidenced by the large level of purchase activity over the past several years in response to new development efforts. As a result, residential support services are entering the market at an impressive pace.
Located in Queens, Long Island City has signifiant linkage to Manhattan. The new residential condominium developments in Long Island City are generally selling for roughly half the price per square foot of similar product in Manhattan and yet is only a few minutes away from Manhattan via subway. (That’s how I plan to get there tonight.)
At 6:30 this evening, Dottie Herman, CEO of Prudential Douglas Elliman and I will first speak at The Powerhouse Condominium and then at 7:30 we will speak at L Haus Condominium to the brokers attending the event. Her firm’s New Homes Development Group is handling the marketing of both developments plus a nearby property that is already being marketed called The Foundry and they are included in the event as well.
Should be fun.
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