The Brooklyn Historical Society will host a series of roundtables featuring Brooklyn professionals from many areas. It will begin with a discussion of Real Estate on March 7. "At a moment when Brooklyn’s history and future is so much a focus of public debate and discussion we look forward to many inspiring discussions as we explore issues that are relevant to our borough,” said BHS President Deborah Schwartz in a press release. “We’re pleased to be a part of this kind of civic engagement and the developer community is providing BHS with critical support through these dialogues.”
Speakers at the first roundtable, which will focus on property taxes, include Martha E Stark, New York City Commissioner of Finance and Steven Spinola, President of the Real Estate Board of New York. Boymelgreen Developers, Toll Brothers, Hudson Companies and The Brody Group will provide up-to-date sales data on projects in the market.
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