Are you a real estate enthusiast who loves to learn about the history, current state and future of New York City housing? Do you want to hear from some of the most influential and innovative developers, architects, and lawyers who shape the city’s landscape? If so, you won’t want to miss our new podcast, Shaping the NYC Skyline, brought to you by Seiden & Schein, P.C., the boutique real estate law firm with a recognized reputation for skillfully representing New York City’s most sophisticated real estate developers.

In each episode, we will explore the past, present and future of real estate development in New York City and will feature discussions with various real estate industry leaders and trailblazers. You will get to hear their insights, stories, and perspectives on how they create and transform the city’s buildings and neighborhoods. You will also learn about the latest trends, challenges, and opportunities in the ever-changing NYC real estate market.

In the first episode, we sit down to chat with Alvin Schein, a real estate professional and one of the founders of Seiden & Schein, P.C. Alvin discusses his prior experience dating back to the ’70s and his thoughts on the current state of housing and affordable housing in New York City and what needs to be done to chip away at the ever-growing housing crisis before it gets out of control.

We hope you enjoy this insightful and inspiring conversation with Alvin. Tune in to that episode to learn more about his remarkable achievements and contributions to Shaping the NYC Skyline.

Whether you are a seasoned professional or a curious newcomer, you will find something valuable and entertaining in our podcast. So, tune in today and join us as we discover how Shaping the NYC Skyline is more than just a podcast title – it’s a passion.

Click on the Shaping the NYC Skyline podcast cover art at the top of this page to go straight to the podcast’s Spotify website where you can listen. You can also find our free podcast on Apple Podcasts or search for it separately on Spotify (and coming soon to other platforms you may otherwise use to get your podcasts). Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review us. We appreciate your support and feedback and hope you enjoy listening to our podcast as much as we enjoy making it. Thank you for being part of our community.