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From left, Charles Epstein, vice president of development, Lennar Multifamily; Bridget Gibbons, director, Westchester County Office of Economic Development; Westchester County Executive George Latimer; BOMA Westchester President Susan Curtis; H. Guy Leibler, president, Simone Healthcare Development; and Robert Weisz, CEO, RPW Group. From left, Charles Epstein, vice president of development, Lennar Multifamily; Bridget Gibbons, director, Westchester County Office of Economic Development; Westchester County Executive George Latimer; BOMA Westchester President Susan Curtis; H. Guy Leibler, president, Simone Healthcare Development; and Robert Weisz, CEO, RPW Group.

WHITE PLAINS—Despite significant headwinds due to the turmoil in Washington, DC and on Wall Street, a panel of New York City area developers are in lock-step that 2019 should be a good year for the commercial real estate market.

John Jordan

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