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Webinar on Adaptive Reuse

September 24, 2015
2:00 pmto3:00 pm

Changing demographics and new technologies are shifting demand across the commercial real-estate industry, creating a greater need for certain product types, while others face functional or economic obsolescence. Investors and developers are increasingly looking at adaptive reuse of existing buildings as an enticing option to leverage the opportunities this presents.

But, converting the use of an existing property also brings unique challenges, and understanding the risks, limitations and costs is critical in assessing a project’s viability and carrying it through to successful completion.
In this dynamic discussion, panelists address a range of critical questions and considerations, including:

  • How are market trends changing the highest-and-best use of assets in urban areas?
  • Is your proposed project financially and functionally feasible?
  • Will zoning or code restrictions limit what you can do with the building?
  • What technology and efficiency upgrades should you invest in to obtain the greatest ROI?
  • How can you minimize risk and save costs in the design?

More information and registration

Rebuild By Design Hoboken Public Meeting

September 24, 2015
7:00 pmto9:00 pm

Location: Hoboken Multi-Services Center, 124 Grand St.

This meeting will be an opportunity to comment on the Scoping document, which is available for review here. The Scoping document outlines the topics and analyses of potential environmental impacts of the preferred alternative that will be addressed in the draft environmental impact statement (DEIS, or draft EIS).

Comments on the Scoping document may be given during the public meeting, via email  (rbd-hudsonriveratdepdotnjdotgov)  , or mailed to David Rosenblatt, Director, Office of Flood Hazard Risk Reduction Measures, 501 E. State Street, Mail Code 501‐01A, PO Box 420, Trenton, NJ 08625‐0420. Comments received by Oct. 9, 2015 (15 days after the scoping meeting) will be considered for review.

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