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Real[i]ty Show: The Green Leasing Tool Kit

Tuesday, Mar 24, 2009

Don't miss this conference for property owners and managers, tenants, brokers, and attorneys. Hear what the experts say about conventional leasing practices that impede building retrofits, new leasing concepts to overcome these barriers, and the financial and tax benefits that retrofits and better metering can deliver. Discuss successful negotiating techniques with George Donohue, author of Real Estate Dealmaking. The conference will culminate with a mock negotiation illuminating key green-leasing issues and how to resolve them.

“From the White House to the State House to City Hall, the subject of energy efficiency has moved front and center,” observes Jack S. Nyman, Director of the Newman Real Estate Institute. “But to a shocking extent, serious disconnects, misaligned incentives, and knowledge gaps still prevail locally. We want to equip key real estate industry players with the information they need to realize the financial and tax benefits that energy efficiency delivers and to achieve sustainability goals.”

Sponsor: Newman Real Estate Institute, CUNY

Speakers: Nancy Anderson-The Sallan Foundation; Jacob Bart-Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP; Nicholas D’Alessandro-KPMG; Susan Kaplan-Battery Park City Authority; Constantine Kontogiannis-Odyssey Energy Solutions; Sean Neil-Cycle-7; Gary M. Rosenberg-Rosenberg & Estis, P.C.; and L. Stanton Towne-Studley.

Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2009, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Location: 151 East 25th Street, William & Anita Newman Conference Center, Room 750

Registration: Pre-registration is encouraged. Click here

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