CAPRE’s Sixth Annual Northeast Industrial Real Estate & E-Commerce Distribution Summit

Mar 14, 2018

All Speakers (Compact View | Expanded View)

    Walter Kemmsies

    Economist and Chief Strategist, JLL

    Eric Frankel

    Senior Analyst, Green Street Advisors

    Anne Strauss-Wieder

    Director - Freight Planning, North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority

    Omer Mir Ahmed

    Partner, Seagis Property Group LP

    Howard Applebaum

    President, Corporate America Realty & Advisors

    Steven I. Beyda

    First Vice President, CBRE, Inc.

    Peter Christian

    President, Enterprise Systems Partners, Inc.

    Peter Crovo

    Senior Vice President - Investment Officer, Prologis

    Jose Cruz

    Senior Managing Director, HFF

    Sean Dalfen

    President, Dalfen America Corp.

    Brian P. DiPinto

    Supply Chain Solutions, Logistics, and Rail Specialist, The Blau & Berg Company

    David Egan

    Global Head of Industrial Reasearch, CBRE

    Kurt Kalafsky

    Principal/CTO, The AZTEC Corporation

    David G. King

    Executive Vice President and Director of Real Estate Operations, STAG Industrial, Inc.

    Alan Lambiase

    Director of Sales and Leasing, River Terminal Development Co.

    Bara Lane

    Angelo, Gordon & Co.

    Kevin McGowan

    President, McGowan Corporate Real Estate Advisors

    Jeff Milanaik

    Principal, Bridge Development Partners, LLC

    Nicholas Pell

    Chief Investment Officer, Gramercy Property Trust

    John Randall

    Senior Vice President, PCCP, LLC

    Pete Reinke

    Vice President of Operations, ALTRealty, LLC

    Kenneth Spahn

    Regional Director - Ports and Intermodal, Dewberry

    Eric Witmondt

    CEO, Woodmont Properties

Join JLL, Prologis, Gramercy Property Trust: What is the Amazon Effect on Overall Leasing, Development and Investment in Northeast Industrial Markets?

CAPRE’s Sixth Annual Northeast Industrial Real Estate Summit is the northeast region’s only full-day commercial real estate event devoted exclusively to industrial development and investment activities in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. The conference will feature 50 speakers in 10 panel discussions. 300+ are expected to attend, including: the leading industrial real estate developers, investors, equity sources, debt sources, logistics executives and tenants from the northeast and around the nation.

Demand dynamics for industrial real estate are changing in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and other northeast regions due mostly to the rapid growth of “Amazon Prime” and other eCommerce services. Industrial developers and landlords are responding to the demands of these online retailers, specifically the speed-to-market challenge, the evolving warehouse footprint, employment trends and patterns, and the overall impact on the region’s transit system. How is the eCommerce fulfillment center different from the traditional industrial asset in terms of the type of footprint required, number of employees required to execute online sales, and the overall impact on transit in terms of number of trucks and delivery methods?

If you are active in industrial real estate in the northeast markets, you will not want to miss The Sixth Annual Northeast Industrial Real Estate Summit in Jersey City on March 14.

Above: CAPRE’s Northeast Industrial Real Estate Summit is held annually at Maritime Parc in Jersey City. More than 1,000 have attended over the last five years.

Expert speakers will address key trends, patterns, opportunities and challenges, including: Analysis of large portfolio sales around the nation: What are the common characteristics of these sales? Will the market become oversupplied with speculative development? And, will the demand be there for speculative development? The role of institutional investors in the national marketplace: What types of assets are they acquiring? From the investors’ perspectives, will macro-economic conditions benefit national and regional industrial markets for 2018? What are the regional submarkets poised to see new growth, and why?

Who Should Attend?
Commercial real estate investors
Debt sources
Equity sources
Property management firms
Technology firms
Construction firms
Regional economic development executives
Learn more and network with all of the industrial market’s most active firms on March 14.

CAPRE’s NJ Commercial Real Estate Series is the region’s premier commercial real estate event series, with conferences, including: The Newark CRE Summit, The Northeast Industrial Real Estate Summit, The New Jersey Gold Coast Investment Summit, The New Jersey Apartment Summit, The Middlesex-Somerset CRE Summit and The Multifamily Design & Operations Showcase. More than 5,000 have attended NJ Commercial Real Estate Series conferences over the last seven years.