The 18th season of The Stoler Report: New York’s Business Report, debuted on September, 9, 2018

September 9, 2018: New Innovations in Technology for Real Estate

Young entrepreneurs describe inventions, programs, ideas for future products and businesses they are pursuing with guidance and encouragement of the MetaProp NYC organization.


Marshall Cox Radiator Labs

Vince Harris Hoozip

Francesca Loftus hOM

Philip Russo MetaProp

September 16. 2018: Challenges & Opportunities in operating a commercial real estate brokerage business

Starting with the premise that you don't have to be a national firm to be successful, guests discussed the importance of passion, conviction, opportunity, along with good research and a thorough understanding of the product - all essential to ones goals.


Yoni Goodman, Meridian Investment Sales

Tim King, CPEX Real Estate

Ofer Cohen, Terra CRG

Shimon Shkury, Ariel Property Advisors

September 23, 2018: Real Estate Executives: How i got into the business

Accomplished, experienced executive real estate leaders consider the paths they navigated to their successful careers.

Panelists: MaryAnne Gilmartin, Founder & CEO, L&L MAG;

Toby Moskovits, President & Founder, Heritage Equity Partners;

Regina Myer, President, Downtown Brooklyn Partnership

September 30, 2018: Real Estate Executives Highlight Development in NYC

Despite difficulties of developing in NYC, guests spoke with enthusiasm of public/private partnerships, of technology in real estate, of the need in every borough for affordable housing, and for a developer's confidence in promoting new ventures.


MaryAnne Gilmartin, Founder & CEO, L & L MAG

Toby Moskovitz, President & Founder, Heritage Equity Partners

Regina Myer, President, Downtown Brooklyn Partnership

October 7, Chef/Owner’s View of the Restaurant Market: Part I

Something special about bakeries, as described by guests, that lured them into the restaurant business! Guests talk about their experiences - from McDonald's to Cornell, to cruise ships, to internships/mentors/hard work and ownership. Part 1/2 conversations.


Josh Capon Executive Chef/Partner, Lure Fishbar

Dan Kluger Chef/Owner, Loring Place

Drew Nieporent President, The Myriad Restaurant Group

October 14, 2018: Chef/Owner’s View of the Restaurant Market-Part iI

In Part 2/2 of their conversation, chef/owners soberly discuss issues of concern to the hospitality industry: staffing and labor costs, turnover and employee loyalty, food halls and fast-casual dining, exorbitant rents, how to create equality in the "front and back of the house."

Josh Capon, Lure Fishbar

Dan Kluger, Loring Place

Drew NIeporent, The Myraid Restaurant Group

October 21,2018: Developments in the Bronx

The Bronx - Mott Haven, South Bronx, Arthur Ave, transportation, affordable and market rate construction; projects with St. Barnabas supporting good health, affordable and supportive housing; the artist, "hipster" community; foreign and local investors - the Bronx is booming!

Panelists: Ira L. Brown, The Briarwood Organization;

Jason Gold,Ariel Property Advisors

Daren Hornig, Hornig Capital Partners

October 28, 2018:Regional Bank Executives Discuss Opportunities & Challenges

Regional banks serve their supporters with quick services and support designed to encourage a business community's growth. Guests discussed the work-life balance these institutions provide as many employees live in the community.

Panelists: George Maroulis, Market President/Private & Commercial Banking, Customers Bank;

Joseph Murphy, Jr., President & CEO, Country Bank;

Joseph Pistilli, Chairman & CEO, First Central Savings Bank & Pistilli Realty Co.

November 4, 2018: Serving 62 million visitors: The hospitality industry in the region

New York hosts 62 million visitors, a year! To date, 115,000 hotel rooms are available with a goal of 130,000 rooms. Guests discussed non-branded/branded hotels, food and beverage facilities, meeting space, banks lending to hotels, agreeing that the industry was not for the "faint-hearted."


Tyler Morse, MCR/Morse Development

Nico Moinian, Fortuna Realty Group

Allan Gross, GFI Capital Resources Group

Celeste Burgos, M & T Bank

November 11, 2018: The Residential Market

The rental business may be a "great business," the reality is that it's a difficult business, panelists agreed, going on to discuss who are the renters: students, younger professionals, newcomers to an area. Conversation included condos vs. rentals, affordable and senior housing, and the Bronx!


Jeffrey Levine, Douglaston Development/Levine Builders

Martin Nussbaum, Slate Property Group

Enrique Alonso, SJP Properties

Eli Weiss, Joy Construction