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Entrepreneurs show how their innovations disrupt, at the Goodwin and Columbia Business School Real Estate and Capital Markets Conference. NEW YORK CITY—“The idea was to take a 33 square-foot dumpster, sell off everything I owned, including everything ...

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Betsy Kim is the bureau chief, East and NY reporter for Real Estate Forum and GlobeSt.comAs a lawyer and journalist, Betsy has worked as the director of editorial and content for LexisNexis, a TV/multi-media journalist for NBC and CBS affiliated TV stations in the Midwest, and an associate producer at Court TV. More articles by this author › Contact Betsy Kim   More New York Headlines What Lies Ahead for NYC Transportation Infrastructure Middle Market Digest – The Northeast CRE Executives in Altus Survey Crown Industrial as King in 2018 The New York Times Company Leases Space to LiquidNet Featured Events RealShare Philadelphia 2018 February 07, 2018 Philadelphia , PA Connect with over 400 of Philadelphia's elite commercial real estate professionals as they gather at RealShare Philadelphia. Register Now RealShare Apartments East 2018 March 08, 2018 Key Biscayne , FL The conference will discuss the most pressing topics affecting the multifamily community on the East Coast. Register Now RealShare Net Lease 2018 April 04, 2018 New York , NY This conference brings together the industry's most influential & knowledgeable real estate executives from the net lease sector. Register Now Related Jobs Presented By Select Leaders Property Manager (Healthcare Trust of America) Indianapolis, IN Property manager - healthcare trust of america indianapolis, in general duties and responsibilities: the property manager is a vital role in the companythis position is responsible for the successful day-to-day financial, administrative and maintenance operations of multiple healthca... Apply Now › Senior Analyst - Finance and Business Operations (Gemini Rosemont Commercial Real Estate) Bellevue, WA 98004   senior analyst – finance and business operations – gemini rosemont property management bellevue, wa 98004 gemini rosemont is a fully integrated market leader in commercial property acquisitions and management that is focused on delivering attractive returns to institut... Apply Now › Senior Analyst (Passco Companies, LLC.) Irvine, CA 92614 Senior analyst, multifamily investments – passco companies, llc office location:  atlanta, georgia   passco companies, llc is a nationally recognized market leader in the acquisition, development, and management of commercial properties throughout the u.sfor almost 20 ... Apply Now › RESOURCES More Resources › $(window).load(function(){ $("#rightCarousel").owlCarousel({ singleItem: true, navigation: true, navigationText:false, autoHeight:true }); if($('#rightCarousel .owl-item li').length == 1){ $('.owl-buttons').hide(); } }); Featured Content Joe Stettinius Passes Away; Spearheaded Two Corporate Mergers February 02, 2018 An industry veteran of more than three decades’ standing, Stettinius most recently was named executive vice chairman of strategic investments for the Americas at Cushman & Wakefield. Tiptree Trades CareIT, Takes Invesque Stake February 02, 2018 For Invesque, formerly known as Mainstreet Health Investments, the Care Investment Trust acquisition doubles the size of its portfolio. Commentary What Foreign Companies Should Know Before Opening in the US February 02, 2018 | By George Pino From demographics to understanding the permitting and planning processes of each city, there is much to consider when foreign companies look to expand into America. Data Center Mergers to Ramp Up in 2018 February 02, 2018 2018 also promises to be the year that foreign firms, especially Chinese ones, seek to get a piece of the valuable North American market. //set share tool variables var socialTitle = "Looking into the Future of Real Estate"; var socialDescription = "Entrepreneurs show how their innovations disrupt, at the Goodwin and Columbia Business School Real Estate and Capital Markets Conference."; var followedArticle = "followedArticlesitesbetsykim20180201looking-into-the-future-of-real-estate"; About Us Contact Us Contributors Advisory Board Thought Leaders RealShare Events eNewsletters Advertise Terms of Use Privacy Policy Markets National International Atlanta Austin Boston Chicago Dallas Houston Los Angeles All Markets › Sectors Net Lease Multifamily Retail Student Housing Healthcare Real Estate Hotels Office Industrial Real Estate Forum Real Estate Forum Current Issue Digital Edition Issue Gallery Reprints Advertise Subscribe / Renew Current Issue

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