A Forecast for New York Commercial Real Estate: Is the Nation’s Leading Market Resetting or Rebooting in the Face of Increasing Cost of Debt and Geo-Political Turmoil?
Save the Date for CapRE’s 2019 New York Commercial Real Estate Forecast: Gloom, Doom or Boom? With the significant slowdown in investment sales volume since 2015, but a leasing market that remains strong in many property types, NYC developers and investors are strategizing how to find opportunities (and how to best use their valuable time). After all, deals are getting done – and some investors are optimistic. But what type of investors are finding opportunities, where, and in what property type? CapRE will help to alleviate your market jitters and create a path for viable investment. The event is produced by veteran conference organizer and journalist, Brian Klebash, who has organized some of the largest commercial real estate summits in New York City since 2008.
The CAPRE agenda will cover important industry trends and patterns, including:
* The impact of interest rate increases on the investment sales market: To what extent has the rising cost of debt impacted capitalization rates, to date? Have we seen a substantial price reduction, or is the impact minimal? And, what might we expect over the next 12-18 months?
* Could equity/JV equity and alternative capital (crowdfunding) become more active?
* What has been the impact of city and state politics/measures on New York City real estate?
* What are the macro-economic headwinds that could impact the New York/Tri-state commercial real estate market over the next 12 months?
* Analysis of rental trends in office, multifamily and retail sectors
* Midtown vs. Downtown: How has the growth of Lower Manhattan in recent years impacted rental rates and sales of Midtown assets?
* What types of investors are emerging?
* In what submarkets can investors find deals in New York/Tri-State? Are Newark, Jersey City and Queens submarkets still poised to see significant improvements in pricing?
* How could the geo-political situation impact New York/Tri-State commercial real estate?
* The impact of smart buildings on property values in the face of an economic slowdown
Who Should Attend & Participate?
* Commercial real estate developers (multifamily, office, retail, industrial)
* Commercial real estate investors (high-net worth, private capital, institutional)
* Debt sources
* Equity Sources
* Construction firms
* Property management firms
* Technology firms
* Public sector executives
* Commercial real estate brokers
* Mortgage brokers
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