Center for Real Estate Studies

Welcome Back for the Spring 2020 Semester!

We are planning a number of events for this term. Please join us!

Master Class – Like-Kind Exchanges & Long Term Planning Options presented by Michael L. Landsman ’98  (Wednesday, February 12th – 12:50pm to 1:50pm)

Registration and Details HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring Evening CLE (Wednesday, March 18th – 6:00pm to 8:00pm)

Registration and Details TBA

 

Spring Breakfast Forum “Climate Change: Impact and Responses for Real Estate Investors, Owners, and Tenants” (Tuesday, March 31st – 8:15am to 9:30am)

Registration and Details Coming Soon!

 


PAST EVENTS

Master Class featuring Alan J. Schnurman ’71 and Eric Feil

I Can, I Will, I Must:

Buying the Hamptons, Building a Successful Future,
Becoming the Best You Can Be

Tuesday, October 15
12:50-1:50pm
W301

Please Register: www.nyls.edu/CRESMasterClass

Complimentary lunch provided.

 

 

 

CRES Fall Breakfast Forum

September 19, 2019
8:15-9:30am

 

Moderator: Ross F. Moskowitz ’84, Partner, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan

Distinguished Panelists:

-Commissioner Louise Carroll, NYC Housing Preservation and Development

-Lisa Gomez, COO and Partner, L+M Development Partners

-Brenda Rosen, CEO, Breaking Ground

-James Whelan, President, The Real Estate Board of New York

 



 

Spring Breakfast ForumIs a New Power Structure in NYC Real Estate Development and Land Use Coming With the 2019 Charter Revision?

Tuesday, March 26th
8:15-8:30am – Coffee & Networking

8:30-9:30am – Panel Discussion

Complimentary Registration

 

 

 


 

The Rooftops Conference 2019
Property Perspectives for Not-for-Profits

Friday, April 5, 2019 – 8:30am – 12:15pm

Complimentary Registration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Annual Property Tax CLE:

Presented by the New York City Tax Commission, the Center for NYC Law and the Center for Real Estate Studies

 

 

 

CLE Seminar topics:

  • Administrative Review of Property Tax Assessment
  • Ethics Issues in Practice Before the NYC Tax Commission
  • Exemptions/Abatements Roundup

CLE CREDIT – 3.0 Transitional and Non-transitional CLE Credits: 2.5 in Professional Practice and .5 in Ethics and Professionalism for Attorneys admitted to practice in New York.

REGISTRATION and DETAILS HERE


CRES Associates Program Description

Center Affiliation Application is linked here: www.nyls.edu/CenterAffiliationApp