December 6, 2016
NYU School of Professional Studies Schack Institute of Real Estate Urban Lab to Host “Zika and the City: How Epidemics Impact the Health, Real Estate, and Tourism of Our Cities,” on December 15Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, Noted Urbanist and NYUSPS Professor Richard Florida, and Leading NYUSPS Experts Will Explore How Miami Beach is Combating Zika and How Cities Can Respond to Health Crises
November 17, 2016
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to Address the Future of Multilateral Disarmament During an NYUSPS Center for Global Affairs Event on November 22In his final weeks as UN secretary-general, Ban will deliver a keynote address on “The Future of Multilateral Disarmament," followed by a Q&A session moderated by Edith Lederer, chief UN correspondent for the Associated Press.
November 7, 2016
NYU School of Professional Studies Schack Institute of Real Estate’s 49th Annual Conference on Capital Markets in Real Estate to Focus on How Investors Are Adapting to an Uncertain WorldIndustry Giants Larry A. Silverstein, Stephen M. Ross, William C. Rudin, Scott Rechler, MaryAnne Gilmartin, Jeff T. Blau, Marty Burger, Richard S. Lefrak, Among Others to Discuss How They Are Pivoting Their Businesses to Put Real Estate Capital to Work
October 31, 2016According to a new trend analysis report by Dr. Bjorn Hanson, the amount spent on capital expenditures for the US lodging industry is forecast to be at a record level of $6.6 billion in 2016, approximately $1,350 per available room.
October 27, 2016
Revised Corporate Hotel Rate Negotiations 2017 Forecast – Average Daily Rate Growth Slowing More than Expected While Negotiations are in Progress, Shifting the Balance of Power Even More to BuyAccording to a revised report issued by Dr. Bjorn Hanson, the slowing average U.S. lodging industry daily rate growth is providing even more strength to the negotiating position for the buyers.