What can happen in 10 years? Well, a decade ago, “Billionaires’ Row” had yet to enter the real estate lexicon. Brokers like Dolly Lenz and Fredrik Eklund weren’t using Twitter to sell high-priced homes. Brooklyn Bridge Park was two years away from construction. And Bill de Blasio was representing a small slice of Brooklyn in the City Council.
Needless to say, New York has changed a lot in the last decade.
And 10 years from now, in 2026, there will undoubtedly be a host of new people, projects, neighborhoods and technologies dominating the conversation. [more]
Source: The Real Deal