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The African-American Real Estate Professionals of New York (AAREPNY) held their first annual development symposium last month.

The African-American Real Estate Professionals of New York (AAREPNY) held their first annual development symposium last month. New York City Comptroller William Thompson was the keynote speaker of the event, which focused on the Development Outlook for Brooklyn. More than 200 professionals from real estate, law, asset management and other related industries listened to panel discussions on The Brooklyn Renaissance: The Development of a New Residential and Commercial Mecca; Raising Capital for Emerging African-American Companies; and Building Partnerships as a Strategy for Growth. Lawrence Hammond, vice president, JP Morgan Chase; Eric Deutsch, president/CEO, Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation; Kate Colligon, vice president, NYCEDC; Sylvia Gail Kinard, executive director, Concord Community Development Corp.; Richard Kennedy, senior director, Cushman & Wakefield; Regina Myer, director, NYC Department of Planning, Brooklyn; David Lebenstein, executive director, Time Equities, Inc.; Sonya Covington, project manager, commercial development, Forest City Rather; Beatrice Sibblies, assistant vice president, Development Programs & Economics, LMDC; and Jed Walentas, vice president, Two Trees Management.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
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Geographic Code:1U2NY
Date:Nov 26, 2003
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