GRI WEEK 2020
SITE VISITS

Visit New York’s newest and most
innovative projects

This year’s GRI Week includes visits to investor offices, tours guided
by developers and architects themselves, and a benchmarking of the
new trends driving industrial, residential, office and retail spaces.

Day 1 - The Meatpacking District: NYC's NEW TECH HUB

INTERSECT BY LEXUS

Lexus creative space includes a showroom, restaurant and craft store to promote the Lexus lifestyle. This space shows how retail companies are finding new ways of using real estate

GOOGLE NYC OFFICES

A tour in tech giant’s NYC offices with a glimpse of their plans for Google Hudson Square campus.

IKEA PLANNING STUDIO NYC

As land grows more scarce, Ikea is adapting its store model to fit within less m2. This is one of Ikea’s first urban stores with a new value proposition for consumers.

AMAZON GO

Retail is changing, and fast. Take a look at how technology is transforming our day to day purchases in one of Amazon’s first cash and cashier free stores.

Day 1 - The Meatpacking District: NYC's NEW TECH HUB

ESSEX CROSSING

Essex Crossing is not only home to the Essex Market which was successfully integrated into the basement of the project, but it integrates affordable housing, retail space, parks, and office spaces all into one mixed-use project.

111W57th

Get a glimpse of NYC’s third tallest tower with spectacular views of Central Park.

THE PORTER HOUSE

Walk through a conversion of a 1905 meatpacking warehouse, with a cantilevering 20,000-square-foot four-story addition. This example of a successful restoration with condos that have sold and re-sold for millions of dollars.

Transforming Brooklyn's neighborhoods

PACIFIC PARK BROOKLYN

With 15 buildings spread throughout 22 acres of land, Pacific Park Brooklyn is one of the largest projects in the district.

BARCLAY'S CENTER

Located inside Pacific Park, Barclay’s Center is home to the Nets and is the area’s newest entertainment center.

9 DEKALB

This will be the tallest skyscraper in Brooklyn and will restore the Dime Savings Bank as the base of the project.

Transforming Brooklyn's neighborhoods

24-02 49TH AVENUE

This is a seven-story 850,000 RSF office property located in Long Island City, Queens. This warehouse’s location and proximity to main roads make it perfect for the last-mile operations.

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