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Save the date! The QNS Real Estate Conference is back again and ready to dive a discussion about the ever-changing real estate landscape in Queens!

Join us on Thursday, Nov. 2, at Gantry Loft in Long Island City as we discuss the latest developments in the Queens real estate market with the industry’s leading professionals in residential, commercial and industrial real estate.

The conference will start with a networking breakfast, which will be available to all conference attendees. Queens Borough President Melinda Katz and City Council Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer will provide welcoming remarks.

Following a keynote address by Jeffrey Levine, chairman of Levine Builders and Douglaston Development, there will be a panel discussion featuring many major real estate and business leaders in Queens.

Come and network while hearing about the exciting developments and opportunities coming for our diverse borough!

The conference is presented by Schneps Communications Events, QNS.com, The Queens Courier and Brownstoner, in association with the Real Estate Board of New York. Tickets for the Real Estate Conference are $95 per ticket or 10 tickets for $800.

Please visit qns.com/qnsreconference to purchase tickets or call 718-224-5863, ext. 201.

The event is sponsored by Quontic Bank, PropertyShark, Stribling, Modern Spaces, Plaxall, Con Edison, Broadway Stages and the Gantry Loft.

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