Category: CRE

CAPRE Exclusive | Student Housing Developers Discuss Demand-Supply Dynamics Around US and Unique Opportunities for New Entrants

Aug 12, 2019

DENVER, CO — CAPRE’s inaugural Mountain West Student Housing Forum debuted late last week, and kicked off with a wide-reaching introductory panel, Mountain West Student Housing 360: Development, Investment & Leasing Activity in 2019. Featuring a quartet of leading experts representing both regional and national perspectives, the panel kicked off with David M. Pierce, Principal […] more

DENVER, CO — CAPRE’s inaugural Mountain West Student Housing Forum debuted late last week, and kicked off with a wide-reaching introductory panel, Mountain West Student Housing 360: Development, Investment & Leasing Activity in 2019. Featuring a quartet of leading experts representing both regional and national perspectives, the panel kicked off with David M. Pierce, Principal […] more

Newark’s Retail Revolution is Real: Athletics, Wellness Paving the Road to Resurgence

Aug 9, 2019

NEWARK, NJ – Newark is making a name for itself, and that may be most evident through the emerging retail scene. The Retail Renaissance & Newark Resurgence: An Update on Innovative Tenants Moving into Brick City and their Collective Experience was a centerpiece panel at CAPRE’s Fifth Annual Newark Commercial Real Estate Summit, and in […] more

NEWARK, NJ – Newark is making a name for itself, and that may be most evident through the emerging retail scene. The Retail Renaissance & Newark Resurgence: An Update on Innovative Tenants Moving into Brick City and their Collective Experience was a centerpiece panel at CAPRE’s Fifth Annual Newark Commercial Real Estate Summit, and in […] more

Public-Private Partnerships 101: Corvias’ Geoff Eisenacher Says P3s May be Only Option for Cash-Strapped Universities

Aug 6, 2019

RALEIGH, NC — Universities are in need of capital, but the solution is not as simply raising tuition and fees. Enter Public-Private Partnerships, which according to Geoff Eisenacher, Vice-President of Business Development at Corvias Campus Living, might be just what the doctor ordered to help universities get the ball rolling on a backlog of projects. […] more

RALEIGH, NC — Universities are in need of capital, but the solution is not as simply raising tuition and fees. Enter Public-Private Partnerships, which according to Geoff Eisenacher, Vice-President of Business Development at Corvias Campus Living, might be just what the doctor ordered to help universities get the ball rolling on a backlog of projects. […] more

Christopher Carvell Says Increasingly Complex Projects Create New Identities for Universities in CAPRE’s Mountain West Student Housing Forum Preview

Aug 4, 2019

DENVER, CO — Christopher Carvell Architects, PC was founded in Denver by Christopher Carvell, AIA in 1995. Mr. Carvell and his Senior Associates have guided programming, master planning, and the design of numerous critical efforts for private investor / developers, corporate end users, municipal / governmental and higher education clients throughout the Rocky Mountain West […] more

DENVER, CO — Christopher Carvell Architects, PC was founded in Denver by Christopher Carvell, AIA in 1995. Mr. Carvell and his Senior Associates have guided programming, master planning, and the design of numerous critical efforts for private investor / developers, corporate end users, municipal / governmental and higher education clients throughout the Rocky Mountain West […] more

Interest Rates, Monetary Policy, and More: Port Authority’s Alex Heil Outlines the Road to Recession at CAPRE’s Newark CRE Summit

Aug 2, 2019

NEWARK, NJ – The question on everybody’s mind in commercial real estate at this moment might be when this cycle is finally going to slow down (or melt down). That’s why CAPRE invited Alexander Heil, Chief Economist, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey to provide a Keynote address at CAPRE’s Fifth Annual Newark […] more

NEWARK, NJ – The question on everybody’s mind in commercial real estate at this moment might be when this cycle is finally going to slow down (or melt down). That’s why CAPRE invited Alexander Heil, Chief Economist, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey to provide a Keynote address at CAPRE’s Fifth Annual Newark […] more