Eric Shoup: Monetizing Underutilized Space - A Multifamily Case Study

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Monetizing Underutilized Space DisruptCRE San Francisco 2019

Monetizing underutilized space as a whole is a challenge for most building owners. Peerspace CEO Eric Shoup will dive into a multifamily case study that showcases how multifamily real estate owners and institutional investors are deriving additional revenue from their unique portfolio of spaces.

 

Filmed September 12th 2019


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Eric Shoup, CEO, Peerspace

 

Workplace-as-a-Service [WaaS]

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Workplace-as-a-Service from DisruptCRE San Francisco 2019

This session explores one of the hottest topics in office real estate today, WaaS. There are many variables in understanding this new trend and we’ll approach them all throughout this session. How does workplace as a service mitigate risk volatility for office owners? What will it look like in 5 years from now?

 

Filmed September 12th 2019


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Andrew Debenham, Global Accounts Director, Essensys

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Carly Tortorelli, SVP Workplace Technology, Impec Group

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Jenny Wong, Managing Director, Acquisitions, Development & Innovation, Tishman Speyer

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Krystle Louie, Director of Design, Knotel

 

Developing A Smart Building

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Developing A Smart Building from DisruptCRE San Francisco 2019

This session focuses on developing building infrastructure for the future and how developers can build for flexibility. Executives will drive home concepts like building for change rather than building for completion and lend their best practices for colleagues in the audience.

 

Filmed September 12th 2019


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Tristam Coffin, Director Sustainability & Facilities, Whole Foods

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Stuart Appley, Managing Director, GWS Digital & Technology - Google, CBRE

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Deb Noller, CEO, Switch Automation

 

Data: The New Currency of CRE

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Data the New Currency of CRE from DisruptCRE San Francisco 2019

In this session, we will explore how building data, tenant data, and construction data have forever changed the commercial real estate industry. The session will discuss how owners and occupiers are utilizing data, the challenges they face, and the future of this new booming industry.

Filmed September 12th 2019


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Mikael Nyberg, Managing Director, Strategy & Innovation, Moody’s Analytics

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Deborah Boyer, EVP, Innovation & Community Impact, The Swig Company

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Allen Benson, CIO, Catylist

Justin Segal, President, Boxer Property & CEO Stemmons Enterprise

The Future of Living & Staying (Nine Four Ventures, Livly, DisruptCRE)

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Future of Living & Staying Panel from DisruptCRE Chicago 2019

This session explores the intersection of multifamily and hospitality and how new technology is making way for new resident expectations. What new business models are disrupting the residential industry? How have amenities and new technologies changed tenant expectations? Why isn't every apartment smart yet?

Filmed May 2nd, 2019


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Ryan Johnson, Senior Associate, Nine Four Ventures

Alex Samoylovich, Founder & Co-CEO, Livly

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Mariel Ebrahimi, Co-Founder & CEO, DisruptCRE

CRE Cyber Security: Securing Your Portfolio (Brookfield, NR Consulting, Join)

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CRE Cyber Security: Securing Your Portfolio from DisruptCRE Chicago 2019

Prominent CRE owners, developers, and operators will discuss the current challenges and technology solutions that are helping landlords secure their property and mitigate risk.

Filmed May 2nd, 2019


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Sean Nealon, Sr. Director, Cyber & Information Security, Brookfield Properties

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Dipesh Shah, Founder & CEO, NR Consulting

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Malcolm Hobbs, VP Marketing & Market Development, Join

Future of Workplace as a Service (Industrious, CommonGrounds Workspace, Chicago Association of Realtors)

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Future of Workplace as a Service (WaaS) session from DisruptCRE Chicago 2019

This session explores one of the hottest topics in office real estate today, WaaS. There are many variables in understanding this new trend and we’ll approach them all throughout this session. How does workplace as a service mitigate risk volatility for office owners? What will it look like in 5 years from now?

Filmed May 2nd, 2019


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Mallory Salett, Enterprise Business Development Manager, Industrious

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Jacob Bates, CEO, CommonGrounds Workspace

Jacob Knabb, Director of Commercial Services, Chicago Association of Realtors

Workplace Strategy & Tenant Amenities (WeWork, McDonald's, Switch Automation)

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Workplace Strategy & Tenant Amenities session from DisruptCRE Chicago 2019

Occupier executives will share their workplace experiences today and how their real estate strategy is changing as a result of new technology.

Filmed May 2nd, 2019


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Darlene Pope, Global Head of Smart Buildings and Digital Workplace, WeWork

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Scott Phillips, Director, Workplace Management. McDonald's Corp.

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Deb Noller, CEO, Switch Automation

Developing the Smart Building (Skender, Beacon Capital Partners, Connectivity Wireless)

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Developing the Smart Building session from DisruptCRE Chicago 2019

This session focuses on developing building infrastructure for the future and how developers can build for flexibility. Executives will drive home concepts like building for change rather than building for completion and lend their best practices for colleagues in the audience.

Filmed May 2nd, 2019


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Stacy Scopano, Chief Technology Officer, Skender

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Greg O’Neal, SVP, Asset Management, Beacon Capital Partners

Mark Niehus, RCDD, Connectivity Wireless

How Human Behavior Drives CRE Technology (Francis Greenburger)

From left to right: Mariel Ebrahimi & Francis Greenburger

From left to right: Mariel Ebrahimi & Francis Greenburger

Opening Keynote from DisruptCRE NYC 2019

Francis Greenburger is the founder, chairman, chief executive officer and guiding force behind Time Equities, Inc. Founded in 1966, Time Equities, Inc. (TEI) has been in the real estate investment, development and asset & property management business for more than 50 years. TEI currently holds in its own portfolio approximately 32.4M square feet of residential, industrial, office and retail property – including more than 4,000 multi-family apartment units.

Filmed March 28th, 2019


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Francis Greenburger, Founder, Chairman, & CEO, Time Equities, Inc.

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Mariel Ebrahimi, CEO, DisruptCRE

The Future of Living & Staying (Douglaston Development, The Moinian Group, & Boingo)

From left to right: Ben Levine, Jacob Entel, & Robert Grosz

From left to right: Ben Levine, Jacob Entel, & Robert Grosz

Future of Living & Staying session from DisruptCRE NYC 2019

This session explores the intersection of multifamily and hospitality and how new technology is making way for new resident expectations. What new business models are disrupting the residential industry? How have amenities and new technologies changed tenant expectations? Why isn't every apartment smart yet?

Filmed March 28th, 2019


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Ben Levine, EVP of Finance and Acquisitions, Douglaston Development

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Jacob Entel, Director of Residential Properties, The Moinian Group

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Robert Grosz, VP - Strategic Alliances, Boingo Wireless

Data: The New CRE Currency (Moody's Analytics, CompStak, Brookfield, & Rockport VAL)

From left to right: Brian Mascis, Michael Mandel, Kent Tarrach, & Harry Blanchard

From left to right: Brian Mascis, Michael Mandel, Kent Tarrach, & Harry Blanchard

Data: The New CRE Currency session from DisruptCRE NYC 2019

In this session, we will explore how building data, tenant data, and construction data have forever changed the commercial real estate industry. The session will discuss how owners and occupiers are utilizing data, the challenges they face, and the future of this new booming industry.

Filmed March 28th, 2019


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Michael Mandel, Co-Founder & CEO, CompStak

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Kent Tarrach, VP, Asset Management & Global Corporate Development, Brookfield Properties

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Brian Mascis, CRO, Rockport VAL

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Harry Blanchard, Director - CRE, Moody’s Analytics Accelerator

CRE Cyber Security: Securing Your Portfolio (Boston Properties, Vornado, & Join)

From left to right: James Whalen, Robert Entin, & Anne Hardy

From left to right: James Whalen, Robert Entin, & Anne Hardy

CRE Cyber Security: Securing Your Portfolio session from DisruptCRE NYC 2019

Prominent CRE owners, developers, and operators will discuss the current challenges and technology solutions that are helping landlords secure their property and mitigate risk.

Filmed March 28th, 2019


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James Whalen, SVP & CIO, Boston Properties

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Robert Entin, EVP, CIO, Vornado

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Anne Hardy, Chief Security Officer, Join

Unlocking the Value of Building Data (Deb Noller)

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Deb Noller

Featured Talk from DisruptCRE NYC 2019

Is your building data working for you or against you? Our assets generate a gold mine of intelligence and quality data has the power to significantly impact the bottom line like never before. In today’s rapidly evolving commercial real estate ecosystem, we can’t afford to let the valuable insights our buildings are whispering – and sometimes yelling to us – fall on deaf ears. Learn how to navigate the complex technology ecosystem and the most effective way to collect, analyze and action your building data. In an age where doing nothing can give competitors a crushing advantage, these actionable insights will set your team up for scalable success.

Filmed March 28th, 2019


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Deb Noller, CEO, Switch Automation

State Of Workplace As A Service (Convene, Industrious, & Equiem)

From left to right: Ryan Simonetti, Anna Squires Levine, Gabrielle McMillan

From left to right: Ryan Simonetti, Anna Squires Levine, Gabrielle McMillan

Future of Workplace as a Service (WaaS) session from DisruptCRE NYC 2019

This session explores one of the hottest topics in office real estate today, WaaS. There are many variables in understanding this new trend and we’ll approach them all throughout this session. How does workplace as a service mitigate risk volatility for office owners? What will it look like in 5 years from now?

Filmed March 28th, 2019


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Ryan Simonetti, CEO, Convene

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Anna Squires Levine, GM, North America, Industrious

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Gabrielle McMillan, CEO, Equiem

Workplace Strategy & Tenant Amenities (Slack, Buzzfeed, & Knotel)

From left to right: Gabrielle Rubin Deveaux, Elaina Bauer, & Eugene Lee

From left to right: Gabrielle Rubin Deveaux, Elaina Bauer, & Eugene Lee

Office Occupier Discussion from DisruptCRE NYC 2019

Occupier executives will share their workplace experiences today and how their real estate strategy is changing as a result of new technology.

Filmed March 28th, 2019


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Elaina Bauer, Regional Workplace Manager, Slack

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Gabrielle Rubin Deveaux, Global Real Estate & Facilities, Buzzfeed

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Eugene Lee, Global Head of Real Estate, Knotel

Developing The Smart Building (EDGE Tech, Rubenstein Partners, & Connectivity Wireless)

From left to right: Greg Friant, Jeff Fronek, Jan-Hein Lakeman

From left to right: Greg Friant, Jeff Fronek, Jan-Hein Lakeman

Developing the Smart Building session from DisruptCRE NYC 2019

This session focuses on developing building infrastructure for the future and how developers can build for flexibility. Executives will drive home concepts like building for change rather than building for completion and lend their best practices for colleagues in the audience.

Filmed March 28th, 2019


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Jan-Hein Lakeman, Executive Managing Director, EDGE Technologies

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Jeff Fronek, Director of Acquisitions, Rubenstein Partners

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Greg Friant, Director, Connectivity Wireless