REDinNYC Tops Art Basel Miami With Investment Forum On December 6th At Bass Museum, And Art Brunch On December 8th

12/5/17

REDinNYC, New York’s premiere networking commercial real estate event, comes to Art Basel Miami 2017 with an all-star lineup for the 2017 Art Basel Investments Forum, which kicks off on Wednesday, December 6th. Topics ranging from Investing in Professional Sports with Dave Checketts, Managing Partner, Checketts Partners Investment Management to Investing in Real Estate with Michael Stern, Founder and Managing Partner, JDS Development Group, will be on hand for informative panels to be held at the Bass Museum.

On December 8th at design Miami, the Art Brunch from 11:00 to 12:30 at Meridian Avenue and 19th Street will feature world renowned architect Murat Tabanlioglu, recently tapped to design the new cultural icon of Istanbul, the Ataturk Cultural Center. Award winning architect Kobi Karp, known for major hospitality and resort projects. Also speaking will be Andrew Sheinman, founder of Pembrooke & Ives, an award winning interior design firm that specializes in livable luxury for a uniquely high-end world wide clientele.

REDinNYC brings together family offices and top tier commercial real estate professionals at events in New York City throughout the year. At Art Basel 2017, these cocktail and dinner events will be held at The Carillon and The Setai hotels, and will bring together over 150 invited family offices.

Organized by REDinNYC, event sponsors include: Anchin, Candelwood Investors, Charterhouse Development Corporation, Denison Yachting, Republic of Turkey Prime Ministry Investment Support and Promotion Agency, Herrick, O Hub, JDS Development Group, KAR Properties,

Owl Rock, Pembrooke & Ives, Ponant, RealConnex, Tabanlioglu Architects, Kerbedfdanz, Tiger21, Turkish Airlines, Vignobles K, Cervera Real Estate, Roberto Malca Real Estate.

For more information, please contact us at info@redinnyc.com

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