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“In Conversation with Michael Stoler” is a weekly half hour podcast focusing on trends and activities affecting the economy in the tri-state region.

Latest Episodes

David Burke: Celebrity Chef on the Hospitality Industry

David Burke, a world-renowned chef, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, describes himself as a hard worker doing something he loved, saying "school is great," but you need to "get your foot into the best kitchen you can and work hard."

59 MIN2018 JUL 11
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David Burke: Celebrity Chef on the Hospitality Industry

Allan V. Rose: 55 Years of Real Estate Development

Allan V. Rose, owner-CEO of AVR Realty Company, child of the depression, "singer/busboy/waiter" in the "Mountains," describes his professional journey; the necessity, some luck and his tenacity leading to Long Island's evolution and to AVR Realty today.

58 MIN2018 JUL 5
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Allan V. Rose: 55 Years of Real Estate Development

Challenges+Opportunities: Running a Small & Growing Business

"It's a battle" agree Orwashers, Keith Cohen and Karako Suits, Moshe Karako discussing growing a small business. Orwashers, NY's original artisan bread seller, in 3 shops, now makes bread & pastries; Karako Suits, in 12 stores, offers its "package deal."

54 MIN2018 JUN 26
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Challenges+Opportunities: Running a Small & Growing Business

The Office Market - Kenneth Fisher, Fisher Brothers

Kenneth Fisher, responsible for Fisher Brothers Class A real estate, discusses challenges to modernize and retrofit office buildings 55+ years old. Considering the interests of millennials, amenities, an "edgy" co-working environment is important.

56 MIN2018 JUN 19
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The Office Market - Kenneth Fisher, Fisher Brothers

Drew Nieporent: New York City Eateries

Restaurateur, (Nobu-NY/London, Tribeca Grill, Bâtard), Drew Nieporent says the restaurant business was based on low rents, low wages, low food costs. Now, it's high rents & the minimum wage! Prediction: "business, at least in New York, is going to change"

63 MIN2018 JUN 13
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Drew Nieporent: New York City Eateries

Jeffrey E. Levine - The Future of Development in NYC

Brooklyn born, Jeffrey E. Levine-40 year veteran of the real estate industry-Chair/CEO of Douglaston Development, Levine Builders, Clinton Management discusses the "perilous road" of condo building, from 2008 to today; rentals, assisted living and more.

62 MIN2018 JUN 5
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Jeffrey E. Levine - The Future of Development in NYC

The Current State of Retail - Andrew Goldberg, CBRE

Andrew Goldberg, CBRE Vice Chairman, discusses retail in flux: stores are closing yet Times Square retail is very strong; rents are going down, stores are smaller, and Amazon opens brick-and-mortar book stores.

60 MIN2018 MAY 20
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The Current State of Retail - Andrew Goldberg, CBRE

Arthritis: A Condition Many Do Not Understand

Seth Ginsberg, Co-Founder of Global Healthy Living Foundation and CreakyJoints describes the differences between Rheumatoid Arthritis - an autoimmune disorder and Osteoarthritis - a degenerative, joint disease. FYI: May is Arthritis Awareness Month!

59 MIN2018 MAY 15
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Arthritis: A Condition Many Do Not Understand

NYC's Hotel Marketplace; Threats & Opportunities

Vijay Dandapani, president of the Hotel Association of NYC, noting that 62.8+ million visitors & a good economy boost the hospitality industry. But property taxes have gone up 80%, stagnant room rates, illegal "home sharing"- and Airbnb's present threats.

60 MIN2018 MAY 11
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NYC's Hotel Marketplace; Threats & Opportunities

The Restaurant & Hospitality Market: An Update

Founder and co-CEO of The Briad Group, Brad Honigfeld, discusses from his point of view, the effect of government imposed regulations - the minimum wage, restrictive scheduling, paid sick leave, tip credit and more - on the business of casual dining.

62 MIN2018 MAY 9
Comments
The Restaurant & Hospitality Market: An Update

Latest Episodes

David Burke: Celebrity Chef on the Hospitality Industry

David Burke, a world-renowned chef, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, describes himself as a hard worker doing something he loved, saying "school is great," but you need to "get your foot into the best kitchen you can and work hard."

59 MIN2018 JUL 11
Comments
David Burke: Celebrity Chef on the Hospitality Industry

Allan V. Rose: 55 Years of Real Estate Development

Allan V. Rose, owner-CEO of AVR Realty Company, child of the depression, "singer/busboy/waiter" in the "Mountains," describes his professional journey; the necessity, some luck and his tenacity leading to Long Island's evolution and to AVR Realty today.

58 MIN2018 JUL 5
Comments
Allan V. Rose: 55 Years of Real Estate Development

Challenges+Opportunities: Running a Small & Growing Business

"It's a battle" agree Orwashers, Keith Cohen and Karako Suits, Moshe Karako discussing growing a small business. Orwashers, NY's original artisan bread seller, in 3 shops, now makes bread & pastries; Karako Suits, in 12 stores, offers its "package deal."

54 MIN2018 JUN 26
Comments
Challenges+Opportunities: Running a Small & Growing Business

The Office Market - Kenneth Fisher, Fisher Brothers

Kenneth Fisher, responsible for Fisher Brothers Class A real estate, discusses challenges to modernize and retrofit office buildings 55+ years old. Considering the interests of millennials, amenities, an "edgy" co-working environment is important.

56 MIN2018 JUN 19
Comments
The Office Market - Kenneth Fisher, Fisher Brothers

Drew Nieporent: New York City Eateries

Restaurateur, (Nobu-NY/London, Tribeca Grill, Bâtard), Drew Nieporent says the restaurant business was based on low rents, low wages, low food costs. Now, it's high rents & the minimum wage! Prediction: "business, at least in New York, is going to change"

63 MIN2018 JUN 13
Comments
Drew Nieporent: New York City Eateries

Jeffrey E. Levine - The Future of Development in NYC

Brooklyn born, Jeffrey E. Levine-40 year veteran of the real estate industry-Chair/CEO of Douglaston Development, Levine Builders, Clinton Management discusses the "perilous road" of condo building, from 2008 to today; rentals, assisted living and more.

62 MIN2018 JUN 5
Comments
Jeffrey E. Levine - The Future of Development in NYC

The Current State of Retail - Andrew Goldberg, CBRE

Andrew Goldberg, CBRE Vice Chairman, discusses retail in flux: stores are closing yet Times Square retail is very strong; rents are going down, stores are smaller, and Amazon opens brick-and-mortar book stores.

60 MIN2018 MAY 20
Comments
The Current State of Retail - Andrew Goldberg, CBRE

Arthritis: A Condition Many Do Not Understand

Seth Ginsberg, Co-Founder of Global Healthy Living Foundation and CreakyJoints describes the differences between Rheumatoid Arthritis - an autoimmune disorder and Osteoarthritis - a degenerative, joint disease. FYI: May is Arthritis Awareness Month!

59 MIN2018 MAY 15
Comments
Arthritis: A Condition Many Do Not Understand

NYC's Hotel Marketplace; Threats & Opportunities

Vijay Dandapani, president of the Hotel Association of NYC, noting that 62.8+ million visitors & a good economy boost the hospitality industry. But property taxes have gone up 80%, stagnant room rates, illegal "home sharing"- and Airbnb's present threats.

60 MIN2018 MAY 11
Comments
NYC's Hotel Marketplace; Threats & Opportunities

The Restaurant & Hospitality Market: An Update

Founder and co-CEO of The Briad Group, Brad Honigfeld, discusses from his point of view, the effect of government imposed regulations - the minimum wage, restrictive scheduling, paid sick leave, tip credit and more - on the business of casual dining.

62 MIN2018 MAY 9
Comments
The Restaurant & Hospitality Market: An Update
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