Thu08Mar20187:30 AM - 11:30 AMHyatt Exchange Place, Jersey City, NJ
2nd Annual Capital Allocation Symposium - A Focus on Commercial Real Estate LendingShow detailsFeaturing: Julia Coronado, President & FounderMacroPolicy PerspectivesPanel 1 - Construction LendersJohn Gunther-Mohr, Senior Vice President Commercial Real Estate, Santander BankTom Hyland, Senior Vice President, PNC BankMeggan Walsh, Deputy Group Head, CIT Real Estate FinancePanel 2 - Balance Sheet LendersPeter Gordon, Managing Director, Alliance BernsteinTed Norman, Managing Director, TH Real EstateKara McShane, Managing Director, Wells Fargo Securities
Adjacent to PATH and the NY Waterway Ferry
Early bird rate until 2/22/18 - $150
2/23/18 - 3/7/18 - $175
3/8/18 Day of the conference - $225
Tue28Nov20175:30 pmHeldrich Hotel, 10 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick
Private Event - Board/Student Winter MixerShow details
Anthony Coscia, of Windels, Marx, Lane & Mittendorf, and Chairman of the Board of Amtrak is the featured speaker.
Fri20Oct20178:00 - 9:30 a.m.15 Washington, Newark Campus
Private Event - Real Estate Roundtable Series-Fall
Wed04Oct20178 am to 12 noonTBD
2017 Industrial Summit Conference TENTATIVE
Sat30Sep2017TBDHigh Point Solutions Stadium, Piscataway, NJ
Private event - Football game RU vs. Ohio State
Thu03Aug20176:00 pmNewark TBA
Private Event - Emerging Leaders Summer Networking EventShow details
More information to follow.
Thu20Jul20178:00 - 9:30 a.m.Heldrich Hotel, 10 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick
Private Event - Real Estate Roundtable Series-Summer
Tue13Jun20177:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.Short Hills Hilton
Where Will the Money Go? - The Allocation of Capital to Real Estate in Global, National and Local Markets ConferenceShow details
Click HERE to register.
Interest in real estate globally is at an all-time high yet is this likely to continue given the wide range of economic and political conditions in various countries and regions? What are the major issues and challenges facing those allocating capital to real estate? What factors are most important to the institutions’ decisions?
Speakers - Kenneth Caplan, Global Chief Investment Officer, Real Estate - of Blackstone; Julia Coronado, former economist of BNP Paribas; and from two panels comprised of those who make those decisions.
7:30 AM - Continental breakfast/networking/registration
8:15 AM - Opening remarks - Professor Morris A. Davis, PhD in Economics
8:30 AM - Global Economic Presentation- Julia Coronado, former economist of BNP Paribas
8:45 AM - Keynote Speaker - Kenneth Caplan, Senior Managing Director and Global Chief Investment Officer, Real Estate, of Blackstone
9:15 AM - Break
9:30 AM - Panel I - Institutional Investors- National Perspectives
Todd Everett, Senior Managing Director- Principal Real Estate
Mark Wilsmann, Managing Director-MetLife Real Estate
Kevin Smith, Managing Director & Head of the Americas-PGIM Real Estate
Moderator - Kevin Riordan
10:30 AM - Break
10:45 AM - Panel II - Regional Based Banks- Regional Perspectives
Kevin Cummings, President & CEO-Investors Bancorp, Inc.
Anthony Labozzetta, CEO-Sussex Bancorp, NJ
Chris Martin, Chairman, President & CEO-Provident Bank NJ
Paula Mandell, Senior Vice President - M & T Bank Corporation
Moderator - Morris Davis
Thu18May20175:30-8 p.m.15 Washington, Newark Campus
Private Networking ReceptionShow details
Senior Vice President, Prologis
Chris Caton is the Senior Vice President, global head of Research and oversees Prologis’ formation of global macroeconomic, capital market and industrial fundamental trends and outlooks. Prior to joining Prologis in 2012, Mr. Caton served as vice president in Morgan Stanley’s research department, tracking global commercial real estate and REIT investment environments. While at Morgan Stanley, he also served as a vice president in Morgan Stanley’s private real estate department, researching U.S. and global real estate investment trends. Before that he served at CBRE as part of its investment strategy services group, researching U.S. capital market and real estate trends.
Mr. Caton is a member of the Urban Land Institute and PREA. He holds an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, a Master of Arts in economics from Boston University and Bachelors of Science in mathematics and economics from the University of Puget Sound.
Fri07Apr20178:00 - 9:30 a.m.15 Washington, Newark Campus
Private Event - Real Estate Roundtable Series-Spring
Tue28Mar20175-8 pm1 Washington Park, Newark Rutgers Business School, 2nd Floor, Bove Auditorium
Real Estate Career SeminarShow details
The Rutgers Center for Real Estate is pleased to host its 2nd Annual Rutgers Real Estate Career Seminar. Join some of the most prominent real estate players in NJ as they discuss pursuing a real estate career in one of the most dynamic regions in the country. Learn more about the various career paths you can pursue as a real estate professional. Anyone thinking about pursuing a career in real estate should attend this seminar. Food will be served.
Register at https://cres2017.eventbrite.com
Panel participants include:
Moderator - Paul V. Profeta
Paul V. Profeta & Associates, Inc.
Value Added Investor
MZM/Construction Co. & Mgmt.
G. S. Wilcox & Co. Mortgage Banker
President and COO
Mack-Cali Realty Corporation
Office & Multi-Family REIT
New Brunswick Development Corp.
Urban Renewal Developer
Fri20Jan201715 Washington, Newark Campus
Private Event - Real Estate Roundtable Series-WinterShow details
remarks were made by Frank Greek, F. Greek Development
January 20, 2017 Inaugural Event, then quarterly
Continental breakfast was included.
The Mount Laurel Doctrine: Where We Are & What Happens Now — Presented by The Rutgers Center for Real EstateShow details
The Rutgers Center for Real Estate continued its premier conference series and hosted a landmark Real Estate Conference: The Mount Laurel Doctrine; Where We Are & What Happens Now? The conference brought together leaders in policy making, government, law and real estate on both sides of the affordable housing issue and examined the tensions that currently exist between municipalities and developers. Featured discussions by leading legislators, legal professionals, developers and planners, this event was for anyone dealing with the challenges and the road ahead for Affordable Housing in New Jersey.
The event headlined keynote speeches by Jonathan F.P. Rose, President and Founder of Jonathan Rose Companies, LLC, and author of The Well Tempered City: What Modern Science, Ancient Civilizations and Human Behavior Teach us About the Future of Urban Life, and Thomas Gleason, Executive Director of MassHousing. Rose discussed the need for each state to assess its affordable housing gap and provided strategies on how to overcome it. As Executive Director of MassHousing, the leading provider of affordable housing financing in Massachusetts and one of the largest housing finance agencies in the country, Gleason offered insights on Massachusetts’ highly successful affordable housing model and provided suggestions as to how other states can adopt a similar model.
Panel discussions included a conversation on the challenges presented in providing affordable housing in New Jersey, brainstorming solutions and best practices for municipalities and developers and how to work together on affordable housing initiatives.
Breakfast was served.
Private Advisory Board/Emerging Leaders Council/Student MixerShow details
Invitation only recipients joined the Rutgers Center for Real Estate for cocktails and a dinner buffet.
Mitchell E. Rudin
Chief Executive Officer, Mack-Cali Realty Corporation
Mitchell E. Rudin joined Mack-Cali in 2015. Mr. Rudin is a veteran real estate investment professional with more than 30 years of industry experience. Mr. Rudin, along with his partner Michael DeMarco, is responsible for the strategic direction of the Company.
Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Rudin served as the president and chief executive officer of U.S. Commercial Operations at Brookfield Office Properties, where he was responsible for a portfolio in excess of 50 million square feet in eight major markets in the U.S. Prior to that, he served as president and chief executive officer of the New York Tri-State Region for CBRE where he oversaw the business and operating functions within CBRE’s largest region. Prior to that, he served as president of brokerage services for CBRE and oversaw its tenant and landlord brokerage operations for office, retail, and industrial leasing throughout the U.S.
His current professional affiliations include being a member of The Real Estate Roundtable, St. Francis Friends of the Poor Board; governor of Urban Land Institute; American Friends of the Israel Museum; NYC Police Foundation, American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC); and Police Athletic League. Mr. Rudin is recognized as a leader in philanthropy in the metropolitan region and has been honored by numerous organizations. Mr. Rudin received a Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Franklin & Marshall College.
Private Advisory Board/Emerging Leaders Council/Student MixerShow details
Rutgers Center for Real Estate hosted a dinner event, “Macro-economy inter-plays with interest rates, and what that means in the real estate field” The keynote speaker was Christopher J. Waller , Executive Vice President and Director of Research, St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank
He received his B.S. degree in economics from Bemidji State University in 1981, and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Washington State University in 1984 and 1985, respectively. His principal research interests are monetary theory, political economy and macroeconomic theory. Prior to joining the Fed as research director in June 2009, Dr. Waller served as a professor and the Gilbert F. Schaefer Chair of Economics at the University of Notre Dame. He was also a research fellow with Notre Dame’s Kellogg Institute for International Studies.
In case you missed it, please click HERE for the content presented by Christopher J. Waller.
Emerging Leaders Private Networking Breakfast
Wed17Aug2016Don Pepe's Restaurant
Emerging Leaders Council Executive Committee Networking Event
Fri15Apr2016Heldrich Hotel, 10 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ
The Future of Healthcare Real Estate in New JerseyShow details
Rutgers Center for Real Estate hosted a symposium, “The Future of Healthcare Real Estate in New Jersey.” The keynote speaker was Marc Berson, Chairman of the Board of Barnabas Health.
This unique conference featured a distinguished panel of speakers representing top-level management from the healthcare and real estate industries, including the executive suite of hospital management, facilities redevelopment, finance, and legal, regulatory and policy making groups.
The panelists analyzed a hypothetical case study, and presented the unique perspectives of the impressive panel.
Healthcare Real Estate Conference Speakers
Vice Chairman of the Board of RWJ Barnabas Health
President Jacobs Enterprises
Co-Chair of the Real Estate Dept., Sills Cummis & Gross
Barry H. Ostrowsky
President & CEO, RWJ Barnabas Health
Anthony (Skip) Cimino
Former President/CEO, RWJ Hamilton; Lobbyist at Kaufman Zita Group
Redevelopment Consultant, DMR Architects
Executive General Manager, Healthcare Development, LendLease
VP of Real Estate, Cooper University Health Care
Managing Partner at Community Healthcare Associates, LLC
Zeyad Baker, MD
Chief Pediatric Officer, Riverside Medical Group
Jeffrey Le Benger, MD
Chairman & CEO, Summit Health Management
Andrew L. Pecora
Chief Innovations Officer and Vice President of Cancer Services, John Theurer Cancer at HUMC
President, Michaels Development
Principal, Atkins Companies
Mary Beth Kuzmanovich
National Director, Healthcare Services-USA, Colliers
Mark E. Hopkins
Executive Director, NJ Healthcare Facilities Financing Authority
Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting
Hon. Mary O’Dowd
former Commissioner, NJ Department of Health
Vice President-State Legislation & Policy, NJ Hospital Assn.
Hon. Joan Quigley
Former State Assemblywoman & Hospital Administrator
Hon. Eliana Pintor Marin
Assemblywoman Vice-Chair, Commerce Committee, NJ General Assembly
NJ State Senator
Wed23Mar20161 Washington Park, 2nd Floor, Bove Auditorium Newark Campus
Real Estate Career SeminarShow details
The Rutgers Center for Real Estate was pleased to host the first ever Rutgers Real Estate Career Seminar. This seminar brought together students and industry leaders and engaged them in an open discussion about the various career paths in real estate.
This annual event featured the most prominent real estate players in New Jersey. Students had an opportunity to meet with actual practitioners and talked with them about real-life real estate careers. If you are thinking about pursuing a career in real estate, attending a seminar like this in the future will help you make an informed decision on what path to pursue before taking that plunge.
Food was served.
Panel participants included:
New Brunswick Development Corp. (Office Developer)
Jacobs Enterprises, Inc. (Shopping Center Developer)
Bridge Development Partners, LLC (Industrial Developer)
AvalonBay Communities, Inc. (Apartment Developer)
Paul V. Profeta
Paul V. Profeta & Associates, Inc. (Value Added Investor)
Cushman & Wakefield of NJ, Inc. (Investment Sales Broker)
Cushman & Wakefield (Leasing Broker)
Provident Bank (Lender)
Integra Realty Resources (Appraiser)
Commercial Mortgage Capital (Mortgage Broker)
Hollister Construction Services (Construction)
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Distinguished Lecture Series featured Jerry GottesmanShow details
The keynote speaker was Jerry Gottesman, CEO, Edison Properties
Devils Hockey Networking Event
Advisory Board Student MixerShow details
The Keynote Speaker was Tom Garbutt, Senior Managing Director and Head of Global Real Estate, TIAA-CREF
Advisory Board Meeting
Advisory Board Meeting