Category: Multifamily

New York vs New Jersey Multifamily Investment Opportunities: What Market is More Favorable for Investors Over the Next 12-18 Months?

Dec 13, 2019

JERSEY CITY, NJ – The first panel at CAPRE’s Ninth Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit & Awards Ceremony, “New York vs New Jersey Multifamily Investment Opportunities: What Market is More Favorable for Investors over the Next 12-18 Months?” featured a packed stage of Garden State investors led by Moderator Mary Cook, Founder and President of […] more

JERSEY CITY, NJ – The first panel at CAPRE’s Ninth Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit & Awards Ceremony, “New York vs New Jersey Multifamily Investment Opportunities: What Market is More Favorable for Investors over the Next 12-18 Months?” featured a packed stage of Garden State investors led by Moderator Mary Cook, Founder and President of […] more

Amazon Same-Day Delivery is Massive Opportunity for Industrial Investors, according to Wharton Equity’s Peter Lewis

Dec 12, 2019

JERSEY CITY, NJ — Peter Lewis, Chairman and President of Wharton Equity Partners kicked off CAPRE’s Industrial Real Estate Revolution with some broad, yet critical, remarks. “Morning Inspiration with Peter Lewis: Finding Equity and Structuring Deals with Institutions and High Net Worth Investors in Today’s White Hot Industrial Arena” was a boisterous session that touched […] more

JERSEY CITY, NJ — Peter Lewis, Chairman and President of Wharton Equity Partners kicked off CAPRE’s Industrial Real Estate Revolution with some broad, yet critical, remarks. “Morning Inspiration with Peter Lewis: Finding Equity and Structuring Deals with Institutions and High Net Worth Investors in Today’s White Hot Industrial Arena” was a boisterous session that touched […] more

Economic Forecast with JLL and Port Authority Economists: When is the Next Recession Coming?

Dec 11, 2019

JERSEY CITY, NJ – One of the first sessions at CAPRE’s Ninth Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit was an up-close Q&A with two highly influential thought leaders in New Jersey commercial real estate. “Economic Forecast with JLL and Port Authority Economists: Macro Factors, Including Trade War, Interest Rate Uncertainty and the Impact on the Micro […] more

JERSEY CITY, NJ – One of the first sessions at CAPRE’s Ninth Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit was an up-close Q&A with two highly influential thought leaders in New Jersey commercial real estate. “Economic Forecast with JLL and Port Authority Economists: Macro Factors, Including Trade War, Interest Rate Uncertainty and the Impact on the Micro […] more

CBRE’s Steven Beyda Previews CAPRE’s Industrial Real Estate Revolution: “The Industrial Market is On Fire”

Dec 5, 2019

NEW YORK CITY, NY — Steven I. Beyda is the First Vice President Salesperson at CBRE, Inc. With 10 years of experience in the New Jersey Industrial Markets, Steven has represented owner/landlords and user/tenants. His thoughtful approach has resulted in more than six million square feet or more than $200 million in total transaction value […] more

NEW YORK CITY, NY — Steven I. Beyda is the First Vice President Salesperson at CBRE, Inc. With 10 years of experience in the New Jersey Industrial Markets, Steven has represented owner/landlords and user/tenants. His thoughtful approach has resulted in more than six million square feet or more than $200 million in total transaction value […] more

Port Authority’s Alex Heil Talks Market Fundamentals | Labor Market, Consumer Sector Still Strong, but Tariffs Pose Major Problems

Dec 4, 2019

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us Alex. Let’s dive right into the market fundamentals. How strong is the New York City labor market? Are there cracks appearing? Heil: The city has been on a pretty incredible run since coming out of the great recession. There were several years when employment growth was above 2%. historically […] more

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us Alex. Let’s dive right into the market fundamentals. How strong is the New York City labor market? Are there cracks appearing? Heil: The city has been on a pretty incredible run since coming out of the great recession. There were several years when employment growth was above 2%. historically […] more