Growing Long Island's Industrial Sector

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Demand for industrial space on Long Island is outstripping supply. There's no shortage of reasons: lengthy approval processes, zoning (especially height) restrictions, antiquated buildings, distances between development sites and population centers, limits on trucking due to weight restrictions and traffic congestion, and plenty more.

There's also no shortage of potential solutions, and many agree that implementing them would have a positive ripple effect throughout Long Island's economy.

In this joint event organized by the Long Island chapters of CoreNet GlobalIFMA and the U.S. Green Building Council, panelists will discuss creative approaches to managing these issues. They'll outline strategies to help meet the demand for industrial space and connect all the elements -- housing, transportation, and environmental well-being -- that are critical to sustained success.

Panelists (subject to change):

Victor DaCosta
, Senior Partner, Alternative Solutions
Andy Kaufman, President, Brookhaven Rail Terminal
Lisa Mulligan, Director of Economic Development, Town of Brookhaven; CEO, Brookhaven IDA
Doug Omstrom, Senior Vice President, JLL

Moderator:

Victor Ocasio, Reporter, Newsday

October 4th, 2018 6:00 PM   through   8:00 PM
Holiday Inn
215 Sunnyside Blvd
Plainview, NY 11803
United States
Phone: 631-988-8082
Email:
Member $ 20.00
Non-members $ 40.00

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