CAPRE’s Second Annual New Jersey Gold Coast North & Bergen County CRE Summit

Apr 26, 2018

All Speakers (Compact View | Expanded View)

    Charles Agus

    Senior Vice President, BRG

    Shergoh Alkilani

    Principal, Alkova Companies

    Adam Altman

    Managing Director, Partner, KABR Real Estate

    Christopher M. Bellapianta

    Managing Principal, Camber Real Estate Partners

    Jose Cruz

    Senior Managing Director, HFF

    John DePinto

    Chairman of Planning Board, Montvale

    Nat Gambuzza

    Senior Vice President, CBRE

    Alexander Heil

    Chief Economist, Port Authority of NY & NJ

    Diego Hodara

    Principal, Titanium Realty Group LLC

    Nicholas Mellis

    Vice President, JF Capital Advisors

    Keith Misciagna

    Mayor, Borough of Park Ridge

    Dana Nalbantian

    Associate, AIA - Principal, Gensler

    Gabe Pasquale

    Senior Vice President, Landsea Homes US

    Scott Perkins

    Senior Vice President, NAI James E. Hanson

    Andrew Somple

    Senior Vice President, NAI James E Hanson

    Donna M. Spoto

    Deputy Director, Bergen County Division of Economic Development

    Judy A. Troiano

    European Business Director, NAI James Hanson

    Benjamin Watson

    Vice President, DMG Investments

CAPRE’s New Jersey Commercial Real Estate Series is pleased to announce The Second Annual New Jersey Gold Coast North & Bergen County CRE Summit. Following successful events in New Jersey over the last six years, CAPRE is excited to continue the conversation in the next frontier of the Gold Coast: Edgewater, Fort Lee, Weehawken, West New York, Englewood Cliffs and Hackensack. In addition, the summit will bring focus to all of Bergen County. Hackensack is quickly becoming the next hot submarket in Northern New Jersey. Indeed, Hackensack and adjacent communities continue to see an influx in population as new multifamily, retail and office tenants are moving into the myriad of commercial properties. On the Gold Coast, a new submarket, “NoHo” has emerged. Defined as the region North of Hoboken to the George Washington Bridge, developers are breaking ground in Edgewater, Fort Lee and West New York. Leasing of the mix of luxury multifamily and mixed-use assets on the NoHo waterfront is brisk. With accessibility to Manhattan, the region is attracting many high-income earners from New York. The region is truly the next frontier, as described by an expert speaker at CAPRE’s annual New Jersey Gold Coast Summit in March. As such, CAPRE is pleased to bring the northern Gold Coast waterfront communities and Bergen County into focus on April 26.