Category: Multifamily

The View from the Public Sector: New Jersey is Rocking Steady, But Striving for a More Equitable, Robust Economy

Feb 6, 2020

JERSEY CITY, NJ – New Jersey is one state where the economic development goals of the state can’t be ignored when you’re talking about commercial real estate. So CAPRE decided to bring that perspective front and center to its recent New Jersey Real Estate & Economic Development 2020 Forecast. The Panel “View from the Public […] more

JERSEY CITY, NJ – New Jersey is one state where the economic development goals of the state can’t be ignored when you’re talking about commercial real estate. So CAPRE decided to bring that perspective front and center to its recent New Jersey Real Estate & Economic Development 2020 Forecast. The Panel “View from the Public […] more

“In-Fill Development Has Become the Product of Choice” | Checking in on the Student Housing Industry with the Preiss Company’s Susan Folckemer

Feb 3, 2020

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us today. When and why did you get into the student housing space? Folckemer: I joined The Preiss Company in 2003. My background prior was in development, asset mgmt and investment sales of office, retail and industrial space in the Mid-Atlantic. I met Donna Preiss and fell in love with […] more

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us today. When and why did you get into the student housing space? Folckemer: I joined The Preiss Company in 2003. My background prior was in development, asset mgmt and investment sales of office, retail and industrial space in the Mid-Atlantic. I met Donna Preiss and fell in love with […] more

NJEDA’s Rich Kasmin | NJ’s Economy is Staying the Course, but Presidential Election is Biggest Unknown

Jan 31, 2020

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us today, Richard. Tell us about what you do in New Jersey. Kasmin: I’m the Chief Economist for the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA). That means I do a couple of things – I track what’s going on with the New Jersey economy and also in sectors identified in […] more

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us today, Richard. Tell us about what you do in New Jersey. Kasmin: I’m the Chief Economist for the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA). That means I do a couple of things – I track what’s going on with the New Jersey economy and also in sectors identified in […] more

“If You Treat Office like it’s a Commodity, You Lose Tenancy” | Previewing CAPRE’s New Jersey Real Estate & Economic Development Forecast

Jan 29, 2020

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us today, Ron. Now that the year has closed, what were your takeaways for 2019? Simoncini: I was very surprised by how 2019 went. I thought we were headed for a little bit of an easing. I thought that absorption in the apartment sector would slow. But man was I […] more

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us today, Ron. Now that the year has closed, what were your takeaways for 2019? Simoncini: I was very surprised by how 2019 went. I thought we were headed for a little bit of an easing. I thought that absorption in the apartment sector would slow. But man was I […] more

NJ Construction Execs Talk State of the Market: “The Cycle Can’t Go on Forever”

Jan 7, 2020

JERSEY CITY, NJ — Saiber’s Philip A. Markowitz kicked off moderating CAPRE’s Ninth Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit’s luncheon discussion “The Future of Multifamily Construction, Design & Development in New Jersey” with a critical query for his six-member panel. “As the year comes to the end, many believe that we’re late in the New Jersey […] more

JERSEY CITY, NJ — Saiber’s Philip A. Markowitz kicked off moderating CAPRE’s Ninth Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit’s luncheon discussion “The Future of Multifamily Construction, Design & Development in New Jersey” with a critical query for his six-member panel. “As the year comes to the end, many believe that we’re late in the New Jersey […] more