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SMPS Seminar

Jan 17: The Long Island Chapter of the Society for Marketing Professional Services is offering "Spinning Your Website to Catch Your Prey" from 8:00-10:00 a.m. at the Milleridge Inn, 585 North Broadway, Jericho, NY. Matt DeLange, principal of GU3 Design, will present a non-technical program on developing, improving, and integrating your online presence. Price: $60 for SMPS Members, $80 for Non-Members, Walk-ins add $10. For more information and to register, please call 516-263-0095.

WCA Annual Breakfast

Jan. 18: The Westchester County Association will host its Annual Breakfast with the County Executive form 8-9:30 a.m. at the Westchester County Club, 99 Biltmore Avenue Rye, NY. Keynote speaker will be the Honorable Andrew J. Spano, focusing on the economic outlook and key initiatives of the county for the upcoming year, ending with a Q& A. Members pay $50, non-members $70. Visit www.westchester.org for more information.

IREM Luncheon

Jan. 18: The Greater New York Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management will hold its first monthly luncheon of the year at the New York Helmsley Hotel, 212 East 42nd Street, NYC. Cocktails will be served from 11:30 to 12:00; lunch from 12:00 to 1:00. The featured keynote speaker is David Michonski, Chief Operating Officer of Coldwell Banker. The cost to attend the luncheon is $65 for members; $130 non-members. To reserve or for additional information please call 212-944-9445.

Alliance for Downtown NY Lecture

Jan. 18: The Alliance for Downtown New York will kick-off its third annual Downtown Third Thursdays lecture series that celebrates Lower Manhattan's architectural treasures and history by presenting discussions with best-selling authors and world-renowned experts. Architect Rafael Vinoly, author of "Think New York: A Ground Zero Diary," and a finalist in the World Trade Center design competition, will be guest speaker at the first lecture at 7 World Trade Center on the 52nd floor. All lectures are free and begin at 7:00 p.m.. (Doors open at 6:00 p.m.). Registration is required in advance. Visit www.downtownny.com/thirdthursdays.

REBNY Banquet

Jan. 18: The Real Estate Board of New York will hold its 111th annual banquet. Daniel Brodsky, William C. Rudin, Paul J. Massey, Jr., Jeff Brodsky, Arnold Fisher and Vincent Terranova will be honored at the event. The banquet will take place at the New York Hilton, 1335 Ave. of the Americas in New York City. For additional information, please contact Thomas Griffin at 212-616-5241.

Broker Panel

Jan 22: "How to Become a Power Broker" sponsored by the Learning Annex. Geared toward junior real estate professionals and those thinking about becoming a broker. Jacky Teplitzky, an executive vice president with Prudential Douglas Elliman, will share essential information on how to succeed within the competitive world of New York City residential real estate. Call 212-371-0280 to register.

NRC Luncheon

Jan. 23: The National Realty Club Luncheon will take place at the Williams Club, 24 East 39th Street between Park and Madison Avenues. Speaker will be Barak Dunayer, founder/ CEO of Barak Realty, on the topic "Where the Action Is: Inside Look at Williamsburg, Inwood, Clinton and other Emerging Neighborhoods." Members: sign up by calling 212-551-1013 to reserve. Please call by the Thursday prior to the luncheon. You will be charged $44 to your Williams Club account. If you need to cancel please also do so by the Friday prior to avoid being charged to your Williams Club account. Non members, please send a check for $95 to NRC, 380 Lexington Avenue, SUITE 1700, New York, NY 10168. You will save $20 by submitting your check by the Thursday prior to the luncheon. At the door, non members pay $115 in check or cash no credit cards.

SMPS Seminar

Jan. 24: Society for marketing Professional Services hosts 'What's Hot in Transportation in the Northeast? Clients Talk Back Breakfast Series' from 8:00-10:00 a.m. at the Penn Club 30 West 44th NY. Moderator: Linda Travis, superintendent, New York City Transit Authority. Panelists: Richard Roberts, chief planner, New Jersey Transit; John Drobny, project management department, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey; Collette Ericsson, principal engineer for Commissioning Services and; Sam Sleiman, director capital programs and environmental affairs for Massport. $65 Members $85 Non-Members.

YMBA Luncheon

Jan. 24: The Young Mortgage Bankers Association hosts its winter luncheon program titled "The Lights Shine Bright on Broadway: Broadway Real Estate Partners on the New York Office Sector" with guest speaker Jonathan Yormak, COO, Broadway Real Estate Partners at The Union League Club, 38 East 37th Street, NYC from noon to 2:00pm. Members in advance: $50, Non-Members in advance and for anyone paying at the door: $65. Mail (or fax 201-440-7963) payment, names and address of those attending to: YMBA, 426 Hudson Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601. To reserve your space by credit card please call Carol at 201-440-8144.

PWC Breakfast

Jan. 25: Professional Women in Construction (PWC) presents The Developers Forum, a breakfast meeting, 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at The General Society, 20 West 44th Street, NYC. Moderator is Lois Weiss columnist, New York Post. Speakers include Louis Dubin, president & CEO Athena Group: John N. Lieber, senior vice president, World Trade Trade Center, LLC; Philip Pitruzzel!o, v.p. Manhattan-ville Development, Columbia University. Tickets: $65 member; $75 nonmember (advance reservation only--all tickets at door $85). For reservations call 212.486-7745; fax 212.486-0228; email pwcusa1@aol.com.

NYCREW

Jan.25: NYCREW Network will host its first program of this year's "Industry Spotlight" Series by presenting Dennis Yeskey, the National Director of the Real Estate Capital Markets Practice for Deloitte & Touche. He will talk about global trends in commercial real estate projected for 2007 which are featured in Deloitte's annual Global Trends Outlook at the The Harvard Club of New York City, 27 West 44th Street, (between 5th and 6th Avenues), New York, New York from 6:00-8:00pm. Advance Registration: $50-members/ $75-non-members/$30-students. For more information, visit www.nycrew.org.

NYARM Gala

Jan. 27: The New York Association of Realty Managers, NYARM, announced the award recipients to be honored at this year's Dinner Dance Gala. NYARM will be celebrating the event at the Crest Hollow Country Club, 8325 Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury, Long Island.

For tickets for individuals or special table sizes, call Margie Russell at 212-216-0654 as well as to purchase congratulatory ads in the program journal. For the flier, log on to www.nyarm.com.

Federation Seminar

Jan. 30: The Federation of New York Housing Cooperatives and Condominiums is presenting a seminar for co-op and condo board members at the Sovereign Bank, 23-56 Bell Boulevard (Bay Terrace Shopping Center) from 6:30 to 9:30. The seminar, "Controlling Energy Costs and Utility Consumption," is designed to deliver cost-saving options and ways to save money on utility bills. Panelists include James Slattery, of Stuyvesant Fuel, and Scott Goldberg and Carmine Nuzzi, of Metropolitan Refunds. Admission is free to members and non-members but reservations are requested. Call 718-423-4438. Sovereign Bank is co-sponsoring the event and providing a light dinner.

NAIOP Forecast

Jan. 31: NJ Chapter, National Association of Industrial and Office Properties 2007 Real Estate Forecast, Annual Meeting and Election, will be held at the Sheraton Meadowlands, East Rutherford, N.J. Cocktails and networking at 5:30 p.m., dinner and program at 6:30 p.m. Keynote speaker: Stephen Blank of The Urban Land Institute. Chris Terlizzi of Citizens Bank will moderate panel: Joseph S. Taylor of Matrix Development Group, Mitchell E. Hersh of Mack-Call Realty Corporation, Brandon L. Famous of Fameco Real Estate, L.P. and Joseph F. Riggs of K. Hovnanian Companies. $115 per member, $170 per non-member. Register online at www.njnaiop. org or call 732-729-9900.

NAI Global Event

Feb. 6: NAI Global will host an event to present its 2007 Global Market Outlook surrounding the release of NAI Global's 19th edition of the Global Market Report publication. It will feature a presentation by Dr. Peter Linneman, chief economist of NAI Global and principal of Linneman Associates, a company that provides strategic research, M&A analysis, market studies and feasibility analysis to a number of leading U.S. and international companies. Linneman plans to discuss latest global real estate and economic outlook, market conditions. business opportunities and emerging trends in New York City and throughout the world. Issues for discussion will include the state of the economy, values, trends and opportunities in 200+ property markets worldwide. From 8 a.m.--10 a.m. at the Westin New York at Times Square, New York, NY. For further information please call 609-945-4017.

AREW Luncheon

Feb. 6: Association of Real Estate Women (AREW) will sponsor their monthly luncheon, "Use or Abuse: The Pros & Cons of the Evolving Use of Eminent Domain." Featured panelists will include Lisa Bova-Hiatt, Vicki Been and Michael Rikon. The luncheon will be held from 12:30-2 p.m. at Club 101, 101 Park Avenue at 40th Street, on the main floor, following an hour-long networking reception. Admission is free for members and $110 for non-members. There will be a $10 surcharge for walk-ins. To register or for more information, visit AREW's website, www.arew.org or call (212) 599-6181.

NYU Course

Feb. 6: The Real Estate Institute of New York University is offering an approved 22.5-hour continuing education course, titled "New York Landlord Tenant Law." This class fulfills the continuing education requirement for all New York State real estate licensees and is being offered on three consecutive days, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday, beginning February 6 and ending on February 8, meeting from 9.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. In this 22.5-hour course, you will learn the rights, obligations, and liabilities of owners and occupants and find out how to analyze lease provisions of rent-regulated apartments and commercial properties. This class will be presented at the Midtown Center, 11 West 42nd Street, 4th floor. For more information, please call Sat Gulino at 212/ 992-3305 or email sg7@nyu.edu.

B'nai B'rith Luncheon

Feb. 7: Anthony E. Malkin, president, W&H Properties, will speak at the B'nai B'rith Real Estate Unit to be held at noon at the Cornell Club, 6 East 44th Street, Ivy Room. His topic is "Reinventing Real Estate: The Repositioning of Manhattan's Wien & Helmsley Portfolio." Call Aracelis Kuilan at (212) 885-7239 to secure your reservation. You can also fax her at (212) 697-5076, or e-mail akuilan@bdo.com. Admission is $55 in advance and $65 at the door. Make checks payable to B'nai B'rith Real Estate and mail to Aracelis Kuilan at BDO Seidman, LLP, 330 Madison Avenue. New York, NY 10017.

BOMA Awards

Feb. 7: Who Will Win the New York Skyline's Most Prestigious Award? Special 40th Anniversary Edition at Pier 60, Chelsea Piers, 23rd Street and the Hudson River, NYC. Cocktails are from 6:00 p.m. to 6:45 p.m., dinner & awards, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. It will be business attire. $330 per person; tables of 8, 10 & 12 available. RSVP by January 26, 2007. Contact Bobbi McGowan at 212-239-3662 with any questions, or for more information.

CoreNet Global

Feb. 8: The New York City Chapter of CoreNet Global will present a program entitled "Development in New York City: Trends & Challenges" at The Princeton Club of New York, 15 West 43rd Street. Guest speakers will be Mary Anne Gilmartin, Forest City Ratner Companies; David Greenbaum, Vornado Realty Trust; and Anthony Mannarino, Tishman Speyer. Kate Collignon, NYC Economic Development Corp., will moderate. The event, open to members and nonmembers, begins at 8:00 AM with registration and networking, followed by the program from 9:00-10:00 AM. For registration and further information: nyc. corenetglobal.org, e-mail to info@corenetglobalnyc.org or phone 212-348-1584.

SMPS Seminar

Feb. 14: The Long Island Chapter of the Society for Marketing Professionals Services if offering "Market Boom: Who's Building Multi-Family / Senior Housing on Long Island" from 8.00-10.00 a.m. at the Milleridge Inn, 585 North Broadway, Jericho, NY. Moderator: Peter J. Elkowitz, Jr., president, Long Island Housing Partnership and Affiliates. Panelists: John Edwards, director, Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC; Matthew B. Whalen, vice president--development, AvalonBay Communities, Inc.; Alec Ornstein, president, Ornstein Leyton Company; Andy Belfer, president and CEO, Hassett Belfer Seniors Housing, LLC; and Steven Krieger, principal and co-founder, The Engel Burman Group. Price: $75 for SMPS Members, $95 for Non-Members, Walk-ins add $10. Call 516-263-0095.

Alliance for Downtown NY Lecture

Feb. 15: The Alliance for Downtown New York will host their second Downtown Third Thursdays lecture. The series celebrates Lower Manhattan's architectural treasures and history by presenting discussions with best-selling authors and world-renowned experts in thematically-connected settings. Guest speaker will be Mark Kurlansky, author and food historian, on the topic "The Big Oyster: History on the Half Shell," at the India House, Marine Room. All lectures are free and begin at 7:00 PM. (Doors open at 6:00 PM). Space is limited and registration is required in advance for each lecture. Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information or reservations, please visit www.downtownny.com/thirdthursdays.

PWC Panel

Feb. 20: Professional Women in Construction (PWC) presents Meet The Construction Chiefs from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Club 101, 101 Park Avenue, NYC. Exhibit tables are available. Honored guests include: Maureen Henegan, chairman Y CEO, Henegan Construction; Steve Sommers, deputy director, Phoenix Constructors J V; Frank Pampalone, director design & construction, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.; Marcello Velez, associate v.p. design & construction, Columbia University--others to be announced: Tickets: $65 member; $75 nonmember. Exhibit table: $375 member; $475 nonmember. Event Sponsorships available. For reservations call: 212.486-7745; email: pwcusa1@aol.com; website www.pwcusa.org.

NYU Course

Feb. 20: New York University Real Estate Institute is offering the 45-hour New York Real Estate Sales person's course. This class is scheduled to meet on Tuesdays/Thursdays, February 20 through April 19, meeting from 1.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. It will be presented at the Midtown Center, 11 West 42nd Street, 4th floor. For more information, please call Sal Gulino at 212/992-3305 or sg7@nyu.edu.

NYU Seminar

Feb. 27: Michael Stoler and the New York University Real Estate Institute will host "Tri-State Real Estate Market Trends" featuring prominent industry leaders for lively discussions on the latest trends and developments in the region. This unique breakfast seminar addresses economic trends, evolving neighborhoods, public and nonprofit sector activity, and more. This seminar will run on Tuesdays from Feb. 27-Apr. 27, 8:30-10:40 a.m., at the NYU Midtown Center, 11 West 42nd Street. For a list of guest speakers, visit our website http://www.scps.nyu.edu/stoler. This class is approved for 15 hours of NY sales/brokers continuing education. For more information, please call Sal Gulino at 212/992-3305 or email sg7@nyu.edu.

Appraisal Course:

Feb. 27: Long Island Chapter Of the Appraisal Institute will host the Real Estate Appraiser at Federal Hall National Memorial. Free. Begins 7:00 p.m. Registration required in advance for each lecture For more information or reservations, visit ww.downtownny.com/thirdthursdays.

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