CAPRE’s Seventh Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit

Nov 30, 2017

All Speakers (Compact View | Expanded View)

    Jeffrey Otteau

    President, Otteau Group, Inc.

    Michael Stoler

    Managing Director, Madison Realty Capital | President, New York Real Estate TV, LLC

    Gabriel Shiff

    Chief Investment Officer, Roseland, a Mack-Cali Company

    Adam Altman

    Managing Director, Partner, KABR Real Estate

    Mitchell Berkey

    Co-Chair, Real Estate, Development and Land Use Group, Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC

    Joshua Burd

    Editor, Real Estate NJ

    Victor Cole

    Principal, AION Partners

    Jon Cortell

    Vice President - Real Estate Development, L&M Development Partners, Inc.

    Jose Cruz

    Senior Managing Director, HFF

    Jeffrey Dunne

    Vice Chairman, CBRE

    Mark DeLillo

    Managing Partner, BlueGate Partners

    Dane Ferber

    Real Estate Agent, Nest Seekers International

    Paul Fiorilla

    Research, Yardi Systems

    Robert Fourniadis

    Senior Vice President – Residential, Prism Capital Partners

    Carmelo G Garcia

    Executive V.P./Chief Real Estate Officer, Newark Community Economic Development Corporation

    Carl Goldberg

    Managing Member, Canoe Brook Investors, LLC

    Alan Hammer

    Partner, Brach Eichler LLC

    Diego Hodara

    Principal, Titanium Realty Group LLC

    Tony Ianuale

    Chief Operating Officer, CFO, Dresdner Robin

    Jason Kaplan

    President, Kaplan Companies

    Michael F. Keyes

    Director - Acquisitions, Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation

    Stanley J. Koreyva, Jr

    Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Amboy Bank

    Justin Levitt

    Principal, PGIM Real Estate Finance

    David Minno

    President, MINNO & WASKO Architects and Planners

    Christopher J. Otteau

    Adjunct Professor, Monmouth University

    Patrick J. O’Keefe

    Fmr Director of Economic Research, CohnReznick

    Michael J. Pembroke

    Executive Vice President , Russo Development

    Eric D. Polkow

    Executive Director, J.P. Morgan Asset Management

    Lara Schwager

    Vice President of Development, PIRHL

    Vivek Singh

    Principal, Singh Properties

    Dave Surti

    Principal, Camber Capital LLC

    George Vallone

    Founder & President, Hoboken Brownstone Company

    Russell Tepper

    Senior Managing Director, Northeast, Mill Creek Residential Trust

    Tim Touhey

    Senior Vice President and CRE Lending Team Leader, Investors Bank

    Brian Whitmer

    Senior Director, Cushman & Wakefield

Strategies for Today’s Virtuous Cycle: Best Practices for Adding Value, Tenant Retention and Long-Term Buy/Sell Patterns in a NJ Election Year; Join 400+ at Premier Industry Event

CAPRE is pleased to present its Seventh Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit, the most thorough industry event for active multifamily developers, investors, debt sources, equity sources, construction executives, brokers and property management firms. The commercial real estate industry has peaked in many markets and property types, notably multifamily in the northeast cities. Overall investment sales volume has slowed over the last two years. However, challenge creates opportunity. In 2017, there is an active “middle-market” of investors who seek value-add deals in growing submarkets in-and-around the Tri-State. In addition, institutional investors are considering their next move in today’s market. Interest rates are at historic lows allowing investors access to affordable capital. Equity and JV equity remains active, and alternative capital sources, such as crowd funding are becoming more powerful forces in the multifamily financing arena. Meanwhile, property management firms are looking for ways to retain an attractive tenant base through new-and-improved amenities and day-to-day management enhancements. The region’s condo market is expected to see additional buying-and-selling activity, buffered by low interest rates and the region’s low-unemployment and worker wage gains. Finally, what impact will New Jersey’s gubernatorial election cycle have on the multifamily industry? 400 senior-level executives will attend for important discussion, debate and networking on the myriad of opportunities and challenges in today’s market. If you are active in New Jersey’s multifamily sector, you will not want to miss this important industry event.

Expert speakers will address key trends, patterns, opportunities and challenges, including:

  • New Jersey Multifamily 360: Analysis of Development, Investment & Leasing Activity over the Last 12 Months
  • 2018 Forecast for New Jersey Multifamily: What Types of Deals Will Get Done?
  • Financing Multifamily: Will Banks Continue to Hold Back? What Debt Sources Could Become Active?
  • Exploring the Play of Equity in New Jersey Multifamily Deals
  • Emerging Submarkets: Beyond Jersey City, Harrison and Newark – What’s Next?
  • Assets, Amenities, and Innovation: Analysis of Best Practices for Property Management
  • Exploring the Rise of New Jersey Transit-Oriented Development Opportunities
  • GSE Financing Update: Up-Close with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
  • Multifamily Capital Outlook: Will the Fed Raise Interest Rates in 2018?
  • Hidden Capital: The Rapidly-Growing Middle Market
  • Burgeoning Capital Sources: Crowfunding, International Capital & More

Celebrating 7 Years: The New Jersey Apartment Summit

A Rich History in New Jersey: More than 2,000 have attended this premier multifamily development, investment and finance program to hear industry thought leaders and to raise awareness
The First Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit: November 2, 2011, held at The Hamilton Park Hotel & Conference Center, Florham Park | Left:  Paul Rabinovitch, Terracycle Investments/ Vice President, Canus Corp; Mike Meyer, City of Newark; Christiana Foglio, Community Investment Strategies, Inc.; Carl J. Goldberg, Roseland Property Company; Roland Pott, Urban Word, LLC.
The Second Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit: November 27, 2012, held at The Hamilton Park Hotel & Conference Center, Florham Park | Left: Mack-Cali Realty Corporation CEO, Mitchell E. Hersh, participates in the keynote interview to discuss the Mack-Cali acquisition of Roseland Partners.
The Third Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit: October 30, 2013, held at The Hamilton Park Hotel & Conference Center, Florham Park | Left:  “Modernizing Multifamily Design & Construction” panel with David Minno, MINNO & WASKO Architects and Planners; Tom Barton, Barton Partners Architects Planners, Inc.; John Cetra, CetraRuddy; Dean Marchetto, Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects, P.C.
The Fourth Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit: October 30, 2014, held at The Birchwood Manor, Whippany | Left:  It was standing-room only for the annual gathering of NJ and the Tri-State’s most active multifamily developers, investors and capital sources

The Fifth Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit: October 27, 2015, held at Eisenhower Conference Center in Livingston, NJ. More than 350 gathered in the full-day summit for important market intelligence and networking opportunities.

The Sixth Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit: October 27, 2016, held at Westminster Hotel in Livingston, NJ. More than 400 gathered in the full-day summit for important market intelligence and networking opportunities.

2017 New Jersey Apartment Summit Schedule:
November 30, 2017, 7:00am-4:30pm  


Wyndham Hamilton Park Hotel & Conference Center
Florham Park, NJ

Full-Day Conference:  Panel sessions to focus on state of the market, new development/site selection, investment, financing, asset management, operations and state incentives.

Featuring: New Jersey Multifamily Innovator Award Ceremony