NEW YORK CITY—In a city ripe for new commercial properties, some of the area’s most prolific developers have an enviable problem: where should they focus next and on what type of property? Slated to speak at RealShare New York on Oct. 14th, executives from three such firms tell where they’re looking.

“What I’ve been focused on is what we’re calling emerging submarkets in the region,” says RXR Realty EVP Seth Pinsky. “In areas such as Yonkers, New Rochelle and, on Long Island—Hempstead, Glen Cove, and Huntington Station—we either are partnering with local developers  who have secured strategic sites or we’re working with the community and serving as master developers.”

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