New York Real Estate, Simplified with Olivia Jovine & Andrew Kalish of Part 1

+ more


Zoning is more than permitted uses and petitions; it’s about making the livability of neighborhood blocks better for everyone. In this episode of the AEC podcast, we spoke to urban planner Olivia Jovine and Andrew Kalish, head of strategic partnerships at, a New York-based artificial intelligence startup that provides multiple sets of real-time, complex data together in a usable app.

They shared a fascinating background on New York City zoning and how boroughs like Brooklyn have twice-evolved to create more affordable living and work space in an otherwise inhospitable New York real estate market. Apps like bring an immense amount of data that is typically only available in user-unfriendly formats and puts it to good and easy use.

For the latest news, videos, and podcasts in the AEC Industry, be sure to subscribe to our industry publication.

Follow us on social media for the latest updates in B2B!

Twitter –
Facebook –
LinkedIn –


Can We Improve The RFP Process For Online Learning Platforms?
April 13, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic threw a lot of new scenarios at the world. One of those forced us to move school to an at-home, online model. As the world opens back up and schools start to go back, what does Read more
Even Product Lead Times Feel the Pain of Semiconductor Shortages
April 13, 2021
Aurora Multimedia Corporation CEO Paul Harris: "This past Sunday evening, there was discussion surrounding the growing lead times of products due to electronic parts shortages. Unfortunately, there Read more
Adapt Energy: Rolling Blackouts, Microgrids, and Elevated Energy Automation
April 13, 2021
In February of 2021, Texas went through an energy crisis, with many residents experiencing rolling blackouts. PanTech Design CEO Troy Morgan joined host Tyler Kern to talk about this phenomenon, what rolling Read more