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Brownstoner is your source for info about the past, present and future of Brooklyn — and now events for those in the real estate industry.

The Brownstoner Real Estate Conference will take place on Wednesday, May 3, at Weylin in association with the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY).

The event will feature a networking breakfast and a keynote by James Patchett, president and CEO of the New York City Economic Development Corporation, followed by panels on residential and commercial real estate.

The event provides an opportunity to network and hear from top-level real estate executives doing business in Brooklyn.

Weylin is located at 175 Broadway, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Formerly the Williamsburgh Savings Bank, it is now a masterfully restored venue and event space in the heart of Williamsburg. It is in walking distance of the J, M, Z and L subway lines, with valet parking available.

Breakfast and networking will take place from 8 to 11 a.m. Initial corporate sponsors include Two Trees, PropertyShark, Flushing Bank, Movers, Not Shakers!, and BMW’s new premium car sharing service, ReachNow.

Early bird ticket pricing is $85 per person and available through March 31. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit www.brownstoner.com/bkreconference.

For sponsorship, speaking or exhibitor opportunities email brad@brownstoner.com.

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