Tuesday, February 16th 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. (Eastern Time - U.S. and Canada)
How is the real estate market in New York City in 2021? The Chamber will host a panel of experts to discuss recent trends that have affected buyers, sellers, investors, and landlords, both in Manhattan and the outer boroughs, from 2020 to present. Frederico Gouveia and Cristina Hungria, real estate agents at New York Casas, will examine the residential market in Manhattan and the suburbs (Connecticut, Westchester, and upstate NY). Marc Kunesch and Jonathan Schindler of Cushman & Wakefield will delve into Manhattan's commercial real estate market. Together, our panelists will share insights and point to recent trends shaping the future of real estate in New York. Join us with your questions and comments!
Frederico Gouveia, Associate Broker, New York Casas
Cristina Hungria, Salesperson, New York Casas
Marc Kunesch, Associate Director, Cushman & Wakefield
Jonathan Schindler, Executive Director, New York Tri-State Region, Cushman & Wakefield
Webinar information will be provided to registrants once registration has been completed.
Webinar organized by the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce in partnership with New York Casas and Cushman & Wakefield.
Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. | 485 Madison Avenue, Suite 401, New York, NY 10022 | (212) 751-4691
The Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida (BACCF) and the BACCF Membership Committee cordially invite you to an
Hosted by: Claudio Cury
Chairperson BACCF Membership Committee
Member Participation includes:
1 minute to introduce your business
You may share one slide of your business during introduction
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce, we regretfully inform you of the passing, on February 6, 2021 at the age of 100, of George Shultz, economist, statesman, businessman, and 1983 Person of the Year American honoree. A keen intellect and insightful leader, Shultz served in various positions under three Republican presidents and played a major role in shaping foreign policy under the Reagan administration, bringing an end to the Cold War. His dialogue with the Chamber strengthened ties between Brazil and the United States and furthered our mission of promoting trade and investment between the two nations.
Born in New York City, Shultz graduated from Princeton University and served in the United States Marine Corps during World War II. He earned a Ph.D. in Industrial Economics from MIT and subsequently taught at MIT (1948-57) and served as Dean of the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.
Amidst his extensive and successful career in government, in 1974 Shultz accepted a position at Bechtel, an engineering, construction, and project management company, eventually becoming President & Director. Through Bechtel, with an active presence in Brazil, Shultz developed many friendships with Brazilians, which undoubtedly contributed to the advancement of relations between Brazil and the United States. He accompanied President Reagan on an official visit to Brazil in 1982 and met with President José Sarney and other senior officials in Rio de Janeiro and Brasília in 1988.
Shultz was predeceased by his former wife and mother of his five children, Helena Maria O'Brien. He is survived by his wife, Charlotte Mailliard Swig; his children, Margaret Ann Tilsworth, Kathleen Pratt Shultz Jorgensen, Peter Milton Shultz, Barbara Lennox Shultz White, and Alexander George Shultz; 11 grandchildren; and 9 great-grandchildren.
More information on George Shultz’s great life and career can be found here: