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Archive for November 1st, 2017

Gubernatorial Transition: Public Policy Update

December 5, 2017
7:45 amto11:30 am

Presented by NAIOP New Jersey

Location: Newark Liberty Airport Marriott, 1 Hotel Road, Newark NJ 07114

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From improving incentive programs and modernizing land use ordinances to “making land” to meet incessant industrial space demands in the port region, priorities for the new Governor (and Legislature) will be the focus of this special program packed with industry experts.  You will learn about NAIOP NJ’s public policy recommendations for the new administration, and hear detailed reports from the Smart Growth Economic Development Coalition’s transition working groups, largely comprised of NAIOP members. Expected speakers include:

  • Tom Banker, Banker Group
  • Jay Biggins, BLS & Co.
  • Morris Davis, Rutgers Business School
  • David Fisher, K Hovnanian
  • Meryl Gonchar, Sills Cummis & Gross
  • Irene Kropp, Langan Engineering & Environmental Services
  • Jeromie Lange, Maser Consulting
  • Cecilia Lassiter, Sills Cummis & Gross
  • Anthony Marchetta, NJ Housing & Mortgage Finance Agency
  • Michael McGuinness, NAIOP NJ
  • Stephen Santola, Woodmont Properties
  • Steve Senior, Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Peretti
  • Debra Tantleff, Tantum Real Estate
  • Ted Zangari, Sills Cummis & Gross

Registration, networking & breakfast at 7:45 AM, program starts 8:30 AM and should conclude before 11:30 AM. Directions to the Newark Liberty Airport Marriott. Registration costs $105 to $140.

CAPRE’s 7th Annual NJ Apartment Summit

November 30, 2017
7:00 amto4:30 pm

CAPRE presents its Seventh Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit, the most thorough industry event for active multifamily developers, investors, debt sources, equity sources, construction executives, brokers and property management firms. The commercial real estate industry has peaked in many markets and property types, notably multifamily in the northeast cities. Overall investment sales volume has slowed over the last two years. However, challenge creates opportunity. In 2017, there is an active “middle-market” of investors who seek value-add deals in growing submarkets in-and-around the Tri-State. In addition, institutional investors are considering their next move in today’s market. Interest rates are at historic lows allowing investors access to affordable capital. Equity and JV equity remains active, and alternative capital sources, such as crowd funding are becoming more powerful forces in the multifamily financing arena. Meanwhile, property management firms are looking for ways to retain an attractive tenant base through new-and-improved amenities and day-to-day management enhancements. The region’s condo market is expected to see additional buying-and-selling activity, buffered by low interest rates and the region’s low-unemployment and worker wage gains. Finally, what impact will New Jersey’s gubernatorial election cycle have on the multifamily industry? Four hundredsenior-level executives will attend for important discussion, debate and networking on the myriad of opportunities and challenges in today’s market. If you are active in New Jersey’s multifamily sector, you will not want to miss this important industry event.

Location: Wyndham Hamilton Park Hotel & Conference Center – 175 Park Ave., Florham Park

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The Future of Redevelopment in New Jersey

November 14, 2017
8:00 amto10:30 am

Presented by Sax LLP

The ever-changing real estate industry has many fast-paced alterations and necessary adaptations forthcoming in the New Jersey market. How will these upcoming changes affect redevelopment across the Garden State? Hear from industry experts on Nov. 14th as we come together for a dynamic panel presentation to discuss current updates and the future of the real estate market. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to network and learn from our featured speakers and the Sax Real Estate team. Topics will include: proposed legislation on eliminating tax PILOTS, increased requirements for capital raising, non-waterfront redevelopment projects, new administration’s effect on real estate in New Jersey.

Featured speakers include:

Ed Russo, CEO, Russo Development
Jonathan Schultz, co-founder and managing principal, Onyx Equities
Jonathan Schwartz, partner at BNE Real Estate Group
Eric Witmondt, CEO of Woodmont Properties

Location: Stony Hill Inn, 231 Polifly Road, Hackensack NJ 07601

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