Kicking off November 16 on YouTube, the sixth edition of this popular annual series features conversations with acknowledged leaders in the real estate industry and up-close looks at more than a dozen superb new developments.

Now in its sixth year, Corcoran Sunshine’s acclaimed CS Talks speaker series is going virtual for 2020, presenting a lively program of dialogues with more than a dozen real estate industry leaders, and fascinating up-close looks at some of the most extraordinary new developments. The program debuts November 16 on Corcoran Sunshine’s dedicated YouTube channel, CS/Premieres. The CS Talks series debuted in 2015 as a platform for the brokerage community to enjoy uncommon access and insight into the new development scene, illuminating industry trends, new development marketing insights, and the finer selling points of some spectacular properties. As much about entertainment as education, the program’s popularity soared — and this year’s virtual format allows consumers to enjoy the program for the first time.

Featured Properties:

  • 11 Hoyt
  • 180 East 88th Street
  • 25 Park Row
  • 30 Park Place
  • 53 West 53
  • 67 Vestry
  • 1228 Madison Avenue
  • Central Park Tower
  • Greenwich West
  • Lantern House
  • One Manhattan Square
  • One Essex Crossing
  • One United Nations Park
  • Park Loggia
  • Waterline Square

Featured Speakers:

  • Brad Ford
  • Christine Gachot
  • Ed Hollander
  • Hadas Dembo
  • Kelly Behun
  • Larry Silverstein
  • March and White Design
  • Rachelle Friedman
  • Rebecca Robertson
  • Robert A.M. Stern
  • Somm Cellars Wine & Spirits

Experience CS Talks 2020 on YouTube

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