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New York, New York: What's Next for the Big Apple?

23 Mar 2021 40 Minute Listen

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Three of New York’s preeminent brokers—CBRE’s Annette Healey, Darcy Stacom and Mary Ann Tighe—join Spencer to discuss New York City’s recovery from the COVID-19 shock and why it’s not a good idea to count out the Big Apple. Second of a two-part series on NYC in honor of Women’s History Month.

New York, New York: What's Next for the Big Apple?

March 23, 2021 40 Minute Listen

Guests

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Annette Healey

Executive Vice President

Annette Healey is an Executive Vice President with CBRE’s New York Tri-State Region Retail Brokerage Services Group, having distinguished herself as a multi-market expert across an impressive institutional client base. After beginning her real estate career nearly 20 years ago in office tenant representation, Ms. Healey was quickly lured to the creative, dynamic and equally complex world of retail brokerage. Her reputation is built on client service, attention to detail and a keen understanding of the needs of clients with regional and national footprints.

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Mary Ann Tighe

Chief Executive Officer, New York Tri-State Region

The Wall Street Journal has written, “(There is) an exceedingly small club of women who have managed to move to the top of the brokerage business. That club’s most prominent member is Mary Ann Tighe.” Crain’s New York Business has named Mary Ann the most powerful woman—across both the public and private sectors—in New York, and chose her for induction to the Crain’s Business Hall of Fame. Placing her at the top of its ranking of the City’s most powerful women, Crain’s observed, “Ms. Tighe has a history of…transforming the face of Manhattan.

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Darcy Stacom

Chairman and Head New York City Capital Markets

Darcy Stacom has led the marketing and sale of more trophy properties and marquis capital markets transactions than any other real estate professional in the United States, shattering the glass ceiling for women professionals in commercial real estate and setting a new bar for all. She balances her driving business practice with an equal dedication to leadership in campaigns for philanthropy, sustainability, diversity and equity, and mentorship.

Host

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Spencer Levy

Global Client Strategist & Senior Economic Advisor, CBRE

Spencer Levy is Global Client Strategist and Senior Economic Advisor for CBRE, the largest commercial real estate services firm in the world. In this role, he focuses on client engagement and public-facing activities, including thought leadership work performed in conjunction with CBRE Research. He also serves as Co-Chair of the Real Estate Roundtable’s Research Committee.

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