IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management) Asset & Property Management Symposium
Lindsay Robbins, Senior Project Manager, NYSERDA is speaking at this event.
NYSERDA is a sponsor of this event.
NYSERDA is exhibiting at this event.
IREM Asset & Property Management Symposium is the only New York-centric event to focus on the performance of buildings, portfolios, staff and individuals.
Additionally, the conference will delve into the evolving and ever-changing frontier of real estate management. The top asset and property managers will lead discussions on the latest trends and share insights on the industry’s most important topics. The one-day event will bring together over 300 of New York’s Property and Asset Managers of both Office and Multifamily.
Join the discussion this year and learn new strategies and tools to improve the performance of your building, property portfolio, or real estate fund. Hear from industry leaders and topical experts, and network with peers and potential clients and partners.
Top Three Reasons to Attend:
* Only 1-day conference to focus on providing the newest tactics from the top Property & Asset Managers in New York.
* Only NY centric event providing solutions on the performance of buildings, portfolios, funds, staff, & individuals.
* The top opportunity to learn and network on ways to improve NOI and operation strategies from over 20 owners and investors.
Lindsay Robbins, Senior Project Manager at NYSERDA, will be one of several panelists featured on the session, "The Inconvenient Truth – Sustainable & Green Options." The LEED certification has played a profound role in raising awareness for energy efficient buildings and provided recognition for those who have implemented energy-saving policies. This panel will cover sustainability and green options beyond the LEED certificate.
Top sustainable professionals will discuss:
* Which are the top low cost, high impact changes you should be considering?
* Case Study: Projected energy consumption of LEED buildings vs their actual performance
* Does energy benchmarking and audits have an impact on NOI?
Additionally, NYSERDA will be represented at an exhibit booth throughout the event so you may visit and learn more of the many energy efficient programs available through NYSERDA's Multifamily Performance Program (MPP), the marquee program in NYSERDA's Multifamily Energy Performance Portfolio, which is available for multifamily buildings with five or more units and four or more floors. Both market-rate and affordable-rent buildings are eligible. The program provides property owners, builders, co-op and condo governing boards the expertise, technology and incentives to permanently improve their building’s energy performance through proven technologies.
Registration is required.
New York Academy of Sciences
7 World Trade Center
New York, NY 10007
08:00 a.m. to 04:30 p.m.
Admission Fee Applies
Registration/RSVP is required