CoreNet Global NYC Annual Chapter Dinner

New York City’s real estate and design industries hobnob at one of spring’s don’t miss events.

On Thursday, April 16, CoreNet Global New York hosted its annual Chapter Dinner at New York’s Natural History Museum. As usual, the affair was completely sold-out. More than 800 guests, a mix of corporate end-users, workplace clients from sectors ranging from financial to creative, top brokerage firms, furniture lines, project managers and a who’s-who of the NY ACE and real estate industries, attended the big night out. The networking began with a cocktail hour in the museum’s Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda and mammal room before moving to a sit-down dinner underneath the building’s 94-foot Blue Whale. Light projections of butterflies completed this year’s theme of spring.  Chapter President, Louis Nowikas, Vice President, Real Estate & Facility Planning at the Hearst Corporation shared some remarks with the guests. Most of us, by night’s end, had donned glow-in-the-dark glasses and enjoyed ourselves thoroughly.


As a member of the CoreNet Global New York organizing committee, I urge you join us next year for one of the city’s don’t miss events of the season.

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