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StreetEasy and Curbed are hosting a free virtual discussion of COVID-19 and NYC real estate on April 30.

This year, StreetEasy and Curbed launched “The Neighborhood,” a three-part series of conversations that brings brokers, agents, urban planners, architects, developers, city council members, designers, and more together to discuss the state of the real estate industry in New York City.

The first event took place in February at Jackson Park Leasing Gallery in Long Island City. Panelists Jainey Bavishi, director of the Mayor’s Office of Resiliency, and Nathan Kensinger, photographer and Curbed columnist, discussed New York City’s changing waterfront. As our city’s circumstances have changed amid the evolving coronavirus situation, we’ve pivoted the two remaining discussions in the series to a virtual format.

We also shifted the focus of our next conversation on April 30 to the impact of COVID-19 on NYC real estate. Moderated by Curbed NYC reporter Caroline Spivack, our panel of experts — which includes Richard Grossman, president of Halstead Real Estate; Jay Martin, executive director of the Community Housing Improvement Program; and StreetEasy Economist Nancy Wu — will explore what to make of the changes the industry has seen during this unprecedented time, and what to anticipate next. Register here to tune in at 10 a.m. Eastern Time, April 30. 

Attendance is free, and while the content is designed for real estate agents, all are welcome. We hope you’ll join us!