Slideshow From Commercial Observer’s ‘Times Square: The Next Act’ Panel

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Tourists aren’t the only people in New York City who are flocking to Times Square.

The room was packed yesterday morning at 1675 Broadway between West 52nd and West 53rd Streets for Commercial Observer’s “Times Square: The Next Act” breakfast panel. Industry leaders such as William Rudin of Rudin Management Company, Brian Waterman of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank and Ellen Albert of Viacom gave their takes on what the district has become and where it’s heading.

Here are a few scenes from our event, and click here for the write up.

Mr. Behler discussed the mix of tenant types at Paramount Group's 1633 Broadway and the draw of the West Side (Photo: Presley Ann/PMC).

Mr. Rudin, left, with moderator Jonathan Mechanic of Fried Frank, center, Mr. Behler (Photo: Presley Ann/PMC).

Observer Media CEO Joseph Meyer introduces Commercial Observer's new Realgraph software, which launched last week, as Adam Spagnolo of SGA looked on (Photo: Presley Ann/PMC).

Ellen Albert of Viacom speaks on the panel (Photo: Presley Ann/PMC).

Brian Waterman of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, Albert Behler of Paramount Group, Tim Tompkins of the Times Square Alliance and William Rudin of Rudin Management Company share their thoughts on the future of Times Square (Photo: Presley Ann/PMC).

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