Capitalize on Multifamily & Mixed-Use Real Estate in the Rapidly-Growing and Affluent Hudson Valley & Connecticut Markets
The region’s new organizer of commercial real estate information and networking events, CapRate Events, LLC, will present The Northern Metro Multifamily & Mixed-Use CRE Summit on April 4 in White Plains, NY. **This high-level informational and networking commercial real estate event for Westchester, the Hudson Valley and Connecticut will be held at the White Plains Performing Arts Center in White Plains, NY on April 4.**
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“We are seeing pronounced improvements in occupancy and rent pricing for multifamily in the New York metro area. It is apparent that employment growth has taken hold in New York City and with occupancies at 99% in Manhattan, the benefits are flowing out to the Westchester and southwest Connecticut markets. Investors have taken notice and are looking for quality properties in these regions.” – Arthur Collins, President, Collins Enterprises
Find Opportunity in Today’s Climate: Multifamily (affordable, luxury), next-generation mixed-use, retail and transit-oriented investment and development in the Hudson Valley and Connecticut will be discussed at the summit.
Keywords & Conference Themes: Multifamily Investment | Apartment Building Operations | Transit-Oriented Development | Affordable Development | Tax Incentives | Rental Growth | Tenant Demographics | Mixed-Use Development
“The northern metropolitan region in New York’s Hudson Valley and Connecticut has been underserved by a commercial real estate event in recent years, even as this area witnessed population growth and the demand for quality multifamily units increased. We’ve identified the key themes and opportunities in commercial real estate today, which will be explored at this high-level and content-driven program. This informational and networking event will provide the market intelligence and networking necessary to conduct business in the Hudson Valley and Connecticut commercial markets. This is a new and truly unique event for the region.”
– Brian Klebash, President, CapRate Events, LLC
Who Should Attend and Participate?
- Investors, including: new fund managers, institutional, REIT, high-net worth, private equity
- Multifamily and apartment building owners, developers and property managers
- Apartment building technology providers
- Commercial real estate industry service providers
- Government officials
- Debt sources including banks
- State of the Northern Metropolitan CRE Market: Key Data including capitalization rates and market fundamentals
Executive Vice President,
Laurence P. Gottlieb,
Director of Economic Development,
Office of the County Executive,
- What are the types of debt capital available for apartment building and mixed-use investment and development?
- Who are the most active equity players and what are their return requirements?
- How are Westchester county executives and developers responding to a court-order to build affordable properties? Will this measure disrupt the market?
- What are unique credits available for transit-oriented development?
Additional Agenda Coverage:
- What type of investor will be the most active in 2012: Institutional, REIT, private or small fund/family-owned?
- Who are the new renters to Connecticut and the Hudson Valley?
- What are the unique amenity demands of today’s renters?
- Repositioning Assets: Will developers convert for-sale to for-rent to take advantage of the opportunity?
- Technology & Property Management: What are the new and cost-effective services utilized by today’s owners and operators?
- New Funds & Multifamily Investment: Who are the new investors to the Metro North CRE landscape?
- How will regional EDC executives incentivize transit-oriented development in the coming years?
- Will multifamily alternatives, including student and senior housing, become sought-after property types in 2012?
- Adding value through effective management, marketing and operations