Category: New York

CAPRE’s NJ Apartment Summit Preview: Dave Minno Talks NYC Butterfly Effect, Empty Nesters on the Move & the Right Amenities for Millennials

Dec 2, 2019

JERSEY CITY, NJ – David J. Minno, AIA, PP is a Principal at Minno Wasko Architects and Planners. He boasts extensive experience with housing, community design, senior housing and light commercial projects. Minno has worked on many planned development communities as a land planner and frequently serves as an expert witness on planning and zoning […] more

JERSEY CITY, NJ – David J. Minno, AIA, PP is a Principal at Minno Wasko Architects and Planners. He boasts extensive experience with housing, community design, senior housing and light commercial projects. Minno has worked on many planned development communities as a land planner and frequently serves as an expert witness on planning and zoning […] more

CAPRE’s New Jersey Apartment Summit Preview: “We’re Late in the Cycle but We’ve Been Late in the Cycle for a While”

Sep 27, 2019

JERSEY CITY, NJ — Adam Altman is one of three founding partners of The KABR Group, an opportunistic buyer of real estate and debt. The KABR Group specializes in acquiring assets from special servicers, financial institutions, and global and regional banks. The KABR group has current holdings approximating 3,000,000 square feet of office space, 3,000 […] more

JERSEY CITY, NJ — Adam Altman is one of three founding partners of The KABR Group, an opportunistic buyer of real estate and debt. The KABR Group specializes in acquiring assets from special servicers, financial institutions, and global and regional banks. The KABR group has current holdings approximating 3,000,000 square feet of office space, 3,000 […] more

CAPRE Exclusive: Data Center Insiders Talk Changing Lease Terms and Requirements

May 28, 2019

NEW YORK, NY — In the infancy of the data center industry, deal sizes were typically 1-2 megawatts. However, with rapidly growing end-user compute needs over the year, which also supported the advent of Cloud and hyperscale data centers, deals have become larger and more complex – and many people are still trying to orient […] more

NEW YORK, NY — In the infancy of the data center industry, deal sizes were typically 1-2 megawatts. However, with rapidly growing end-user compute needs over the year, which also supported the advent of Cloud and hyperscale data centers, deals have become larger and more complex – and many people are still trying to orient […] more

Credit Suisse’s Sami Badri at CAPRE’s NYC Data Center Summit: When it Comes to CapEx, Keep an Eye on DRAM, Server Prices

May 17, 2019

NEW YORK, NY — According to Sam Badri, experts have significantly underestimated data center capex spending. But once you pop the hood, this massive influx of capital makes a lot of sense. Badri is a Senior Analyst for Credit Suisse, and a frequent contributor at CapRE Data Center Summits. At CAPRE’s 2019 New York Data […] more

NEW YORK, NY — According to Sam Badri, experts have significantly underestimated data center capex spending. But once you pop the hood, this massive influx of capital makes a lot of sense. Badri is a Senior Analyst for Credit Suisse, and a frequent contributor at CapRE Data Center Summits. At CAPRE’s 2019 New York Data […] more

Sami Badri Explains Growth of Hypercale CapEx Spending at CAPRE’s NYC Data Center Summit

May 10, 2019

NEW YORK, NY — According to Sam Badri, experts have significantly underestimated data center capex spending. But once you pop the hood, this massive influx of capital makes a lot of sense. Badri is a Senior Analyst for Credit Suisse, and a frequent contributor at CapRE Data Center Summits. At CAPRE’s 2019 New York Data […] more

NEW YORK, NY — According to Sam Badri, experts have significantly underestimated data center capex spending. But once you pop the hood, this massive influx of capital makes a lot of sense. Badri is a Senior Analyst for Credit Suisse, and a frequent contributor at CapRE Data Center Summits. At CAPRE’s 2019 New York Data […] more