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Wilbur F. Breslin Center for Real Estate Studies

East Side Access and Its Impact on Long Island's Real Estate Market

December 11, 2015

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The Wilbur F. Breslin Center for Real Estate Studies in collaboration with the Institute of Real Estate at Hofstra University hosted a free conference titled East Side Access and Its Impact on Long Island's Real Estate Market at the Hofstra University Club, David S. Mack Hall. This conference provided an opportunity for community leaders and real estate industry professionals to exchange information and ideas that will strengthen and grow the region. The panel included mass transit professionals and real estate experts and was moderated by The discussion included the timeline for completion of the project, the engineering challenges of the project, improvements to the transit facilities, and the economic impact of the East Side Access to Long Island, especially the real estate market.

Panel Discussion and Q&A Session

Moderator: David Winzelberg, Real Estate Reporter, Long Island Business News.

Panelists:
Robert Coughlan, Principal, Tritec Real Estate Company
Marc Herbst, Executive Director, Long Island Contractor's Association and
Patrick Nowakowski, President of the Long Island Rail Road;
Mitch Pally, member of the MTA Board and CEO of Long Island Builders Institute;
Thomas Prendergast, the Chairman of the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA);

We thank the following sponsors for their generosity supporting this program:

Association for a Better Long Island
Advantage Title
Certilman Balin
Colliers International
Commercial Industrial Brokers Society of Long Island
Cronin, Cronin, Harris & O'Brien, P.C.
Long Island Board of Realtors
Long Island Builders Institute
Long Island Contractor's Association

East Side Access and Its Impact on Long Island’s Real Estate Market