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 The 1st Annual Jersey City Summit for Real Estate Investment. 

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Over 425 Principals,
Investors, Owners, Developers
City, County & State Officials Attended on October 15th, 2015
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Steven Fulop
Mayor
City of Jersey City

Special Remarks

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Steven Michael Fulop was elected the 49th Mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey.

During his time as Mayor, Steve has shown what smart, progressive leadership can accomplish – and opened a new chapter for Jersey City.

Under his leadership, Jersey City became the first city in the state – and the 6th city in the country – to ensure paid sick leave. Steve has pioneered new ideas for helping prisoners re-enter society; he’s passed legislation to protect small businesses; encouraged more to open shop; made Jersey City one of the greenest towns in the nation. He’s undertaken sweeping public safety reform; the JCPD is now seen as a model for diversity around the nation. And he’s led the city to record economic development that’s benefited families of all income levels. All without raising taxes.

Steve is a first-generation American, a lifelong New Jerseyan, a Marine, and a triathlete. He grew up in a Jewish family in Edison, New Jersey, the son of Romanian immigrants. His mother was the daughter of Holocaust survivors and worked in an immigration services office helping others gain citizenship. His father owned a delicatessen nearby in Newark, where Steve worked behind the counter as a teenager.

Steve graduated from Binghamton University in 1999 and spent time abroad studying at Oxford University in the UK. After college, he joined Goldman Sachs, the investment banking firm, working in Chicago and later in Manhattan and Jersey City.
On the morning of September 11, 2001, Steve was working in lower Manhattan when he saw the first plane strike the Twin Towers. A few weeks later, he decided to put his career at Goldman Sachs on hold and join the United States Marine Corps.

Steve’s Reserve Unit deployed to Iraq in January 2003. There, Steve served as part of the 6th Engineer Support Battalion. He traveled into Baghdad during the early weeks of the war.

In 2006, Steve completed his service to the Marine Corps Reserve with the rank of Corporal.

After his service in Iraq, Steve returned to Goldman Sachs, leaving in early 2006 to take a position at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. That year, he also completed both his Masters in Business Administration at the New York University Stern School of Business and his Masters in Public Administration at Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs.

Steve first tried his hand at politics, running for Congress in 2004. He lost.

But the next year, Steve ran for the Jersey City Council, and the result was different. He served as a councilman for eight years before becoming Mayor.

Steve is an avid runner and triathlete. He ran the NYC Marathon in 2012, raising money for the Hudson County Child Abuse Prevention Center. He also competed in the Ironman Championship in NYC that year to raise money for veterans. Steve’s completed his latest – though not last – Ironman triathlon in September 2014. [/sf_modal]

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Philip McGovern

Philip F. McGovern
Managing Partner
Connell Foley

Chair

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Philip F. McGovern is a member of Connell Foley’s Executive and Management Committees and is the Managing Partner of Connell Foley’s Jersey City office where he focuses primarily on real estate and corporate transactions, real estate development, land use, complex commercial financing, and commercial leasing. During the course of his career, he has represented the United Parcel Company in connection with the acquisition and development of its worldwide communications facility in Mahwah, New Jersey and Merrill Lynch & Co., in the restructuring of mixed use residential/commercial developments in Charlestown, Massachusetts; Alexandria, Virginia; and Waco, Texas during the market-depressed 1990s.

Mr. McGovern has also represented the Shell Oil Company in the negotiation and disposition of over 350 service stations throughout the tri-state area. He has participated in New Jersey State and other municipal financings totaling more than several billion dollars in value and has negotiated leases on behalf of landlords and tenants for commercial structures in excess of 3,000,000 square feet.

Mr. McGovern currently serves as national real estate counsel to Telcordia Technologies and general corporate counsel to numerous mid-cap companies in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Prior to joining Connell Foley, Mr. McGovern served as a law secretary to Honorable Alfred M. Wolin, Superior Court of New Jersey, during the 1984-1985 term. He is the former Secretary to the Supreme Court of New Jersey District V-C Ethics Committee. Additionally, Mr. McGovern is the Chairman of the Board of Trustees for St. Peter’s Preparatory High School, Jersey City, New Jersey (2013 to present), Chairman of the Township of Nutley Planning Board (1998 to present) and a Trustee to the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce.

Representative Experience:

$27 million stock and asset sale of transportation company
$5 million asset acquisition of insurance company
$76 million combined stock and asset sale of petroleum wholesale and distribution business
$19 million stock sale of financial services corporation with stock options in acquiring corporation valued up to $10 million
$10 million dollar stock purchase of plastics corporation
$55 million stock sale of chemical corporation
$5 million stock sale of pyrotechnic corporation
$8 million acquisition of assets of fire suppression system corporation
$4 million asset sale of wholesale buying cooperative
Counsel to Nationwide Financial Insurance Company on various loans to commercial borrowers (aggregate loan amount in excess of $500 million)
Counsel to The Greater New York Savings Bank in connection with various real estate workouts and restructuring of loans to borrowers (aggregate loan amount in excess of $100 million)
Counsel to New England Mutual Life Insurance Company in connection with loans to various commercial borrowers (aggregate amount of over $100 million)
General real estate counsel to numerous private purchasers and sellers of commercial real estate
General real estate counsel to two (2) Fortune 200 Corporations
Bond Counsel to the Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority (Bond par amounts in excess of $300 million)
Bond Counsel to the Borough of Englewood Cliffs (Bond par amounts in excess of $10 million)
Bond Counsel to the Borough of Leonia (Bond par amounts in excess of $10 million)
Corporate Trust Counsel to U.S. Bank, First Union National Bank, Wachovia Bank, N.A., The Bank of New York, Commerce Bank (Bond par amounts in excess of $2 billion)
Underwriters Counsel to Morgan Stanley, J.P. Morgan Chase, Merrill Lynch & Co., N.W. Capital (Bond par amounts in excess of $250 million)
Corporate Counsel to Flag Wharf, Inc. (former Merrill Lynch & Co. subsidiary) in acquisition of numerous properties along the Eastern seaboard, financings with various lenders and general corporate representation
Corporate Counsel to approximately fifteen (15) mid-cap companies in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania
Honors and Awards:

Best Lawyers in America (2013-2016)
Commercial Litigation
Corporate Law
Mergers and Acquisitions Law
“Lawyer of the Year,” Mergers and Acquisitions Law – Newark (2016)
“New Jersey’s Top Rated Lawyers,” Real Estate Law as seen in The New Jersey Law Journal (2013)
“New York’s Best Lawyers,” Commercial Litigation; Corporate Law; and Mergers and Acquisitions Law (2013)
“New Jersey’s Top Rated Lawyers” as seen in Inside Jersey magazine (2012)
New Jersey Super Lawyers
Affiliations:

New Jersey State Bar Association, Banking Law Section
American Bar Association
Essex County Bar Association
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Harborside Financial Center
2510 Plaza Five
Jersey City, NJ 07311
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Marcos Vigil
Deputy Mayor
City of Jersey City

Opening Remarks

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Marcos D. Vigil recently joined Mayor Steven Fulop’s administration as Deputy Mayor to oversee economic development and real estate, working closely with the Department of Housing, Economic Development and Commerce as well as the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency. He will also collaborate on policies related to government operations.

Mr. Vigil served for the past four years as the Deputy Secretary of State for New York in the administration of Governor Andrew Cuomo. During his tenure with New York State, Mr. Vigil headed the Division of Consumer Protection and represented the Secretary of State as Chair of the New York State Real Estate Board, a regulatory body overseeing real estate professionals. At the New York Department of State, Mr. Vigil oversaw six agencies with revenue generation of more than $70 million annually. Those divisions included the Divisions of Corporations and Licensing Services, which licenses and regulates 32 different occupations across New York. Mr. Vigil was also instrumental in streamlining operations that lead to greater efficiencies and reduced operating costs, and will work in Jersey City to continue the mayor’s agenda of streamlining services and creating greater efficiencies.

Prior to his appointment by Governor Andrew Cuomo, Mr. Vigil worked as an attorney for several law firms in New York City, representing domestic and international clients in complex civil litigation and advising on employment and business law matters. A graduate of Princeton University, Mr. Vigil received his Juris Doctor from Fordham University School of Law. Mr. Vigil has served as a Board Member of the Puerto Rican Bar Association, and as Deputy General Counsel of the National Hispanic Bar Association. He was listed in the Super Lawyers Magazine 2011 NY Metro Rising Stars list.

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Commissioner, Jersey City Municipal Utilities Authority
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David Wolfe

David Wolfe
Partner
Skoloff & Wolfe

Multifamily  Outlook

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Mr. Wolfe represents commercial and residential taxpayers in significant real property tax matters, as well as corporate and individual clients in complex civil litigation. Mr. Wolfe began his career at Davis Polk and Wardwell in New York, where his practice focused on regulatory investigations, securities litigation and banking disputes.

Mr. Wolfe has extensive experience representing taxpayers in all types of real property tax appeals, including multi-family, retail, hotel, office, and industrial properties. Mr. Wolfe also frequently counsels clients relating to real property tax exemption matters, including in the religious, educational and charitable contexts.

Mr. Wolfe has obtained significant assessment reductions on behalf of his clients, including the following examples:

Reduced hotel assessment from $188 million to $131 million;
Reduced multifamily assessment from $116 million to $67 million;
Reduced office complex assessment from $129 million to $94.8 million;
Reduced super-market anchored center from $66.9 million to $46 million;
Reduced big box retail assessment from $21.3 million to $13.4 million;
Reduced office assessment from $27.8 million to $6.5 million;
Reduced residential assessment from $18.4 million to $13 million
Mr. Wolfe was appointed by the Supreme Court of New Jersey to serve as a member of its Committee on the Tax Court, and has served as the co-Chair of the Real Property Tax Practice and Procedure Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association since 2004. Mr. Wolfe is a frequent lecturer on the subject of real property tax appeals, and has lectured annually on that subject and property tax exemptions for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education. Mr. Wolfe also serves on the Board of the National Association of Property Tax Attorneys.

Mr. Wolfe holds leadership positions in the American Bar Association and the New Jersey State Bar Association. He serves on the Board of Trustees of the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Board of the American Bar Foundation. Mr. Wolfe serves as a Delegate at Large in the ABA House of Delegates, the second New Jersey lawyer ever to be elected to that position. He also previously served as the Chair of the ABA’s Young Lawyer Division, the ABA’s largest Division with more than 150,000 members.

Mr. Wolfe has been featured or quoted in a wide variety of local and national publications, including The Star-Ledger, The Record, Forbes.com, NJBIZ, The Washington Post, WSJ.com, Law.com, New York Law Journal, and New Jersey Law Journal.

Mr. Wolfe earned his J.D. from New York University School of Law and graduated from Cornell University, with distinction in all subjects.

Selected Seminars/Speaking Engagements:

“Taking Advantage of Real Estate Tax Exemptions,” New Jersey (NJ) Institute for Continuing Legal Education. November 2014:
Multifamily “Middle Market” Investment Perspective: Formidable-and Growing-Investors with $50-$500 Million in AUM Discuss Strategies in a Booming Multifamily Market” The Fourth Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit, Whippany, NJ. November 2014:
“Industrial Leaders in the Garden State” RealShare New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ. September 2014:
“Property Sectors in Focus” RealShare, New Jersey Breakfast, Newark, NJ. September 2014:
“The New Gold Coast: How World Trade Center Completion, and the Macro-and-Regional Economies will Impact Overall CRE Opportunities in 2014,” Second Annual New Jersey Gold Coast Summit, Jersey City, NJ. March 2014:
“Trenton & Princeton Multifamily Focus: Analysis of New Buyers and Rental Growth,” The Central New Jersey & Greater Philadelphia Apartment Summit, Cherry Hill, NJ. December 2013:
October 2013: “Property Revaluation & The Property Tax Burden: Analysis of Solutions for Owners,” Third Annual New Jersey Apartment Summit, Florham Park, NJ
“Introduction to Real Estate Tax Appeals” NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education. December 2013:
“Real Estate Tax Appeals: Update 2010” NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education. June 26, 2010
“Real Estate Tax Appeals: Update 2009” NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education. June 27, 2009:
“Real Property Tax Appeals” NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education. November 20, 2008 –
Hot Tips in Taxation: 2008: NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education. October 29, 2008:
“Introduction to Real Estate Tax Appeals” New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education. September 27, 2008:
Real Estate Tax Appeals: Update 2007
Real Estate Tax Appeals: Update 2006
Real Estate Tax Appeals – Wachovia Private Wealth Management
Appraisal Institute – Central New Jersey Chapter: “Tax Appeals and the Recent changes in the Law”
Publications:

When an ‘Error’ Presents an Opportunity: The Impact of William L. Collins 1998 Trust v. Borough of Cresskill.” Taxation Law Section Newsletter Vol. 34, No. 1/October 2014.
“Commercial Property Tax Appeals in New Jersey” Commerce Magazine, January 2012.
“What do New Jersey property owners need to know about Assessor’s requests for Income and Expense Information?” in Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal
“Depositions – Disaster Planning 101 – The Expert Can Make or Destroy the Case Here – And How to Fix it, if Need Be.” NJSCPA Litigation Support/Damages Conference
“The Silent Killer: What New Jersey Attorneys Need To Know About Chapter 91” N.S.J.B.A. Taxation Section Newsletter.
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Richard Murphy

Richard Murphy
Managing Director, NJ
Mill Creek Residential

Multifamily  Outlook

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Rich serves as a Managing Director with Mill Creek Residential, focusing his efforts on the New Jersey and Pennsylvania markets. Prior to joining Mill Creek, Rich was a Managing Director with Trammell Crow Residential from 2004 to 2010.

Rich has accumulated over 25 years of residential development experience in New Jersey and Pennsylvania during which time he had direct responsibility for acquisition, entitlements and project management. During his career Rich has had direct involvement with well over 100 residential developments. His project experience ranges from high-end golf course communities to active adult PUDs to high density apartment communities.

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Modera Lofts
110 Morgan Street
Jersey, City, NJ 07032
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Adam Altman
Managing Member
The KABR Group

Multifamily  Outlook

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Mr. Altman is one of three founding partners of The KABR Group an owner and operator of Real Estate and opportunistic buyer of real estate debt. Founded in 2008, The KABR Group specializes in acquiring assets from special servicers, financial institutions, global and regional banks. KABR group has current holdings approximating 3,500,000 square feet of office, Three thousand rental units, over 500,000 square feet of retail/ industrial and over 3,000,000 square feet of multifamily and retail construction projects.

Mr. Altman is also involved with the management and leasing of the properties post acquisition. Prior to joining KABR, Mr. Altman was a senior member of the Acquisitions and Development group for a multi-billion dollar healthcare company. Mr. Altman has held posts at Deutsche Bank, served as a portfolio manager and analyst for Chestnut Ridge Capital and was the founder and CEO of Freshpair.com a recognized e-commerce company.
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One Journal Square
Trump Bay Street
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Abe Naparstek
SVP, East Coast Development
Forest City Enterprises

Multifamily  Outlook

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Abe Naparstek is a Senior Vice President in the Residential Group of Forest City Enterprises.

In that capacity he manages potential and ongoing residential opportunities for the company in the Northeast. Abe is the lead developer on a number of complex mixed-use projects, including a ground-up development and an adaptive re-use project utilizing state and federal historic tax credits. Prior to this position, Abe worked in the Commercial Group of Forest City Enterprises. In that role he managed a capital construction project in Pittsburgh, PA, utilizing a state capital grant.

Prior to his work at Forest City, Abe was the Assistant County Manager of Allegheny County. In that capacity, he worked on a number of policy initiatives for the County with a primary focus and responsibility in economic development and government relations. Abe was the primary interface with the County’s eight regional government entities and helped implement Tax Increment Funding packages for development projects that totaled over $250 million. Abe also represented the County Executive at County Council and with the state legislative delegation.

Abe is a member of the Coro National Board of Governors, a national leadership training organization with offices throughout the country. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Rochester and received a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University. He is a proud Clevelander who currently resides in Brooklyn, NY with his wife Anne and two children.
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Eran Polack

Eran Polack
CEO
HAP Investments

Multifamily  Outlook

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Eran Polack is an established entrepreneur with a long history of successful real estate ventures in Eastern Europe, Israel and the USA. His strength is the early identification of up and coming regions, developing projects tailored for that area. In particular, Polack was an early leader in the revival of Neve Tzedek, a highly coveted neighborhood in the heart of Tel Aviv.

His diverse portfolio includes small, luxury residential buildings along with large apartment buildings linked to extensive commercial space.Polack is also the owner of two interactive media ventures: Priceless Shine, a fine jewelry e-commerce site and Scool TV, an online video production company.[/sf_modal]

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HAP Tower NJ
Designed by CetraRuddy
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Kenneth G. Browne

Kenneth G. Browne
Managing Partner
Urban Development Partners

Multifamily Outlook

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Kenneth Browne is a Partner at Urban Development Partners where he manages the sourcing, evaluation, and structuring of new acquisitions. Mr. Browne also oversees the various facets of individual development projects including budgeting, financing, marketing, construction and asset management.

From 2001 to 2006, Mr. Browne was a Senior Vice President of Acquisitions and Development for The Athena Group where he was responsible for acquisitions, financing, and development activities for new development including approximately 1,100 luxury residential units and 300 hotel rooms in Jersey City in three mixed-use projects with total development costs of approximately $1 billion.

Prior to Athena, he was a Senior Vice President for the Starrett Development Corporation and its subsidiary, HRH Construction Corporation where he managed all pre-development due diligence and financial analysis for new development. Additionally, Mr. Browne oversaw the construction of over $500 million of commercial and luxury residential buildings in New York City.

Notable projects include:
The Chatham, 181 East 65th Street, NY – 32-story luxury condominium building
One Union Square South – 500,000 SF mixed-use luxury residential building
The Ventura, 240 East 86th Street, NY – 200,000 SF mixed-use luxury residential building
Tribeca Park – 400,000 SF mixed-use luxury residential building
565 Fifth Avenue – 500,000 SF 30-story office building

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W. Nevins McCann

W. Nevins McCann
Partner
Connell Foley

Moderator, Office Outlook

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W. Nevins McCann is a member of the Real Estate and Land Use and Corporate and Business Law practice groups. Mr. McCann has managed the execution of numerous M&A deals of all sizes and has developed substantial expertise negotiating and drafting contracts of all kinds. He represents real estate developers in all phases of the development process, including locating and acquiring sites, entering into development and redevelopment agreements, fully permitting sites, financing, construction, leasing, and sales.

Mr. McCann has extensive land use experience and regularly appears before zoning boards throughout New Jersey. He has obtained permits and approvals for over 10,000 residential units, ten million square feet of office space, millions of square feet of retail and industrial space, and several hotels and fractional/timeshare residences. Mr. McCann has also completed the development of a world class golf course.

He has worked with various federal, state, and local agencies on a variety of projects, including those impacted by wetlands, meadowlands, CAFRA, waterfront development, and other regulations.

He has represented numerous redevelopers of blighted properties and has assisted clients in obtaining tax abatements for such projects. Mr. McCann has assisted numerous developers in registering projects with the New Jersey Division of Community Affairs, as well as with the NJ Real Estate Commission (NJREC). Mr. McCann was one of the first to file a fractional/time share plan under the new Timeshare Act with the NJREC. In 2010, Mr. McCann was appointed to Governor Chris Christie’s Transition Team’s Subcommittee on Transportation, in which he assisted the administration with the issues faced by the NJ Department of Transportation and NJ Transit. Mr. McCann also serves as a member on the Board of Trustees of Liberty Health’s Jersey City Medical Center. In August 2009, Mr. McCann was a chosen recipient, of the New Jersey Law Journal’s 2009 “40 Under 40” list. Honorees named to the New Jersey Law Journal list are considered top leaders in the state’s legal community.

Mr. McCann graduated from Georgetown University in 1994 with a double major in Finance and International Business. While at Georgetown, Mr. McCann spent a semester at Oxford University, Brasenose College, International School of Commerce and Finance. Mr. McCann went on to graduate from the joint J.D./M.B.A. program at Villanova University School of Law and Business a semester early in December of 1997.

Representative Experience:

Representation of owner/developer in development and approval of major mixed use project containing over three million square feet of office space; a 600-room hotel; a train station with over 200,000 square feet of retail space; a 10,000 space parking garage; and a new exit off the New Jersey Turnpike to service this development and local area
Representation of ferry operator in contract negotiation with State of New Jersey and National Park Service in the take over of Circle Line Statue of Liberty Cruises
Representation of owner/developer in regard to the acquisition and land use approvals from federal, state and local agencies for the development of “Liberty National,” a world class golf course on the shores of the Hudson River and site of The 2009 BarclaysTM PGA Tour FedEx Cup Playoffs; a 2,000 unit residential complex; 100,000 square feet of retail space; and a 70,000 square foot state-of-the art clubhouse
Representation of The PGA Tour in regards to The Barclays, the first of the FedEx Cup Playoffs
Representation of major retail chain in statewide site selection, land acquisition, and approval process for over one million square feet of retail space
Representation of owner/developer in land use approvals for large mixed use project containing 1,800 residential units, one million square feet of office space, a 200 key hotel and 40,000 square feet of retail space
Representation of owner/developer in development and approval of master plan for multi-billion dollar mixed use project containing 7,000+ residential units, over a million square feet of office space, over a million square feet of big box retail space, and a 500 key hotel
Representation of owner/developer in tallest residential building in New Jersey containing two towers of 55 and 50 stories with 900 residential units
Representation of owner/developer in what will be the tallest residential building in New Jersey containing 67 stories and 892 residential units
Representation of owner/developer in development of a 200 key boutique hotel
Representation of both landlords and tenants in lease negotiations for big box retail, office, and industrial space
Representation of parties to all forms of contracts from joint ventures, operating agreements, funding agreements, and more
Representation of owner in $200 million sale of mortgage company
Representation of owner in $1 billion sale of communications company
Representation of art dealer in contract dispute over high profile art deal

Honors and Awards:
“40 Under 40,” New Jersey Law Journal (2009)

Affiliations:
New Jersey State Bar Association
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Harborside Financial Center
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Jersey City, NJ 07311
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Mitch Rudin

Mitchell E. Rudin
CEO
Mack-Cali Realty Corporation

Office Outlook

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Mitchell E. Rudin serves as Chief Executive Officer of Mack-Cali Realty Corporation. Mr. Rudin is a veteran real estate investment professional with more than 30 years of industry experience.

Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Rudin served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of U.S. Commercial Operations at Brookfield Office Properties. Prior to that, he served as president and chief executive officer of the New York Tri-State Region for CBRE, Inc., CBRE Group, Inc. where he oversaw the business and operating functions within CBRE’s New York Tri-State 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 United States.

His current professional affiliations include member of the Real Estate Board of New York; 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. Since 2001, Mr. Rudin has received several honors, including NYU Schack; AHRC Anthony M. Fisher Humanitarian award; Boy Scouts; Jerusalem College of Technology; PAL; and Boys and Girls Club of Mount Vernon. Mr. Rudin has a Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Franklin & Marshall College. He has also completed executive leadership programs at both Harvard and Columbia business schools.[/sf_modal]

[sf_modal header=”Ownership & Development Properties in Jersey City Include” btn_colour=”transparent-dark” btn_type=”stroke-to-fill” btn_size=”standard” btn_icon=”ss-user” btn_text=”Jersey City”]Harborside Plaza 1
Harborside Plaza 2
Harborside Plaza 3
Harborside Plaza 4A
Harborside Plaza 5
Harborside Plaza 10 – Developed & Disposed Of
URL Harborside 1 & 2
101 Hudson Street
Marbella I & II
Monaco I & II
Hyatt Regency Jersey City
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Maureen Hassett

Maureen Hassett
SVP, Finance & Development
NJEDA

Office Outlook

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Ms. Hassett serves as Senior Vice President of Finance & Development for the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA). In this role, she oversees the EDA’s business activities including all bonds, loan and incentives programs, its Edison Innovation Fund technology investments, as well as its urban and real estate development portfolio in New Jersey.

As a member of the senior management team, Ms. Hassett also serves as the Chief Executive Officer’s designee to the New Jersey Schools Development Authority’s Board of Directors, as well as the Assistant Secretary of the Economic Recovery Board for Camden. She joined the EDA in January 2002 as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and also held the position of Senior Vice President of Governance and Communications for five years overseeing corporate governance, strategic planning, marketing and communications, and legislative affairs.

Ms. Hassett has been involved in the community and economic development arena for more than 20 years. Prior to joining the EDA, she served as Senior Policy Advisor at the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs and worked for several municipalities in New York and New Jersey in program financing and housing development. She was also the recipient of the HUD Patricia Roberts Harris Fellowship, is a founding member of the Sustainable Jersey Board of Trustees, and was recently recognized as one of Real Estate Forum’s Women of Influence. Ms. Hassett is also a member of the national Council of Development Financing Agencies (CDFA) Board of Directors.

Ms. Hassett holds a Bachelor of Arts from Wellesley College and a Masters in Urban Planning from Hunter College, City University of New York. She is a resident of Pennington, NJ.[/sf_modal]

[sf_modal header=”Work through-out state including Jersey City” btn_colour=”transparent-dark” btn_type=”stroke-to-fill” btn_size=”standard” btn_icon=”ss-user” btn_text=”Jersey City”]Chief Executive Officer’s designee to the New Jersey Schools Development Authority’s Board of Directors[/sf_modal]
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Jonathan Schultz
Managing Principal
Onyx Equities

Office Outlook

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As co-founder, managing principal and investment committee officer of Onyx Equities, LLC, Jonathan Schultz oversees the organization’s investor capital-raising initiatives, strategic planning, portfolio management and business development, as well as formulating overall investment strategy.

Jonathan has been responsible for initiating and closing billions of dollars in leasing and commercial real estate sales and acquisitions during his career to date. He has been recognized as one of the “Commercial Brokerage All-Stars,” by Real Estate New York, he was twice named one of “New Jersey’s Most Successful Business Executives under 40″ by Business News New Jersey, one of the country’s “Hottest Real Estate Brokers” byCommercial Property News, and one of the “Power Players of the Next Generation” by Real Estate NJ.

Jonathan is a founding board member of the “Award Of Courage” Foundation, which has raised significant funds for Memorial Sloane-Kettering Cancer Center. He is a past recipient of its humanitarian award. Jonathan is passionate about people, life, golf and fitness, and his positive energy is contagious.[/sf_modal]

[sf_modal header=”Ownership & Disposition of Properties in Jersey City Include” btn_colour=”transparent-dark” btn_type=”stroke-to-fill” btn_size=”standard” btn_icon=”ss-user” btn_text=”Jersey City”]30 Montgomery Street
2 Montgomery Street
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Michael Berretta

Michael Berretta
VP Development, Americas
Regus

Office Outlook

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Michael Berretta is Vice President of Network Development in the Americas for Regus.

Michael is a senior level executive decision maker in the real estate industry with over 25 years of sales and corporate development experience. He currently serve as VP of Network Development, Americas for Regus, leading strategic development and new center growth for the United States and Canada. Michael is responsible for a portfolio of 950+ Regus business centers, encompassing roughly 15 million rentable square feet. He has oversight of the Regus Business Development, Real Estate, M&A, Franchising, Lease Administration and Development Finance departments.

Past roles include Regional Vice President, National Brokerage Manager and Sales and Corporate Development Director.
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Joseph Panepinto Jr.

Joseph Panepinto Jr.
Principal
Panepinto Properties

Office Outlook

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Joseph A. Panepinto, Jr. is President of Panepinto Global Partners, a U.S. company engaged in international real estate development and investment since 2007. Mr. Panepinto is also principal of Panepinto Properties responsible for asset management of his family’s U.S. real estate holdings, with a particular focus on finance and development. He is also an attorney licensed to practice law in New Jersey.

Prior to joining the family business in a full‐time capacity in 2003, Mr. Panepinto worked at Cushman & Wakefield as a Senior Financial Analyst in a consulting capacity involving the various real estate transactions based in the company’s world headquarters in New York City. Among his charitable activities, Mr. Panepinto serves the board of trustees of the Jersey City Medical Center, the local non‐profit hospital in his hometown, and the board trustee of the Jersey City Free Public Library Foundation, a non‐profit group financially supporting the numerous public libraries throughout the city. He is also a member of the prestigious Columbus Citizens Foundation, a charitable organization that provides financial assistance to underprivileged children in their academic pursuits and each year organizes the Columbus Day Parade in New York City. Lastly, he is a member of the buildings and grounds committee for his local church.

Mr. Panepinto received a Bachelor of Arts in economics from George Washington University in 1997 and a Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University, School of Law in 2000 where he was a recipient of multiple merit scholarships. He has been a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association since 2000. His last academic experience included continuing education courses in real estate finance and accounting at New York University in 2003.[/sf_modal]

[sf_modal header=”Past & Present Development Projects in Jersey City Include” btn_colour=”transparent-dark” btn_type=”stroke-to-fill” btn_size=”standard” btn_icon=”ss-user” btn_text=”Jersey City”]50 Columbus
70 Columbus St
90 Columbus St
The Residences at 3 Journal Square
Trump Plaza
The Gotham
Montgomery Greene
Plaza 10 at Harborside Financial Center
State Square – Journal Square | 2854 John F Kennedy Blvd
Harborside Plaza 8 & 9 – Land + Parking
Pathside @ Journal Square
1 Journal Square Plaza
2 Journal Square Plaza
3 Journal Square Plaza
576 Pavonia Ave
500 Newark Ave
574 Summit Ave
634 Summit Ave
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Natalie Miniard

Natalie Miniard
Owner
JCity Realty

Moderator, Retail & Culture

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Natalie has been a real estate professional for over 13 years in one of the most competitive markets in the country. She has continued to excel and has exceeded all goals set by herself and her employers.

In 2002 Natalie started as a Realtor with Liberty Realty, the leading agency in Hudson County. In 2006 The Marketing Directors recruited Natalie and she quickly became a leading salesperson and was promptly awarded a large scale sales project with one of New Jersey’s top developers.

Natalie had an impressive first year with The Marketing directors earning herself the “Rookie of the Year” award in 2007. With determination and fortitude, Natalie has continued to achieve a high level of recognition in her industry, including nominations for Sales Person of the Year at the New Jersey Builder’s Association SAM Awards 2007 & 2008.

In late 2008, Natalie was promoted to Manager of Sales at a Luxury condo community featuring over 430 homes along the Gold Coast. Natalie has led her sales team to win the NJ SAM award for the #1 Sales Team 2 years in row, as well as the “Silver” at the Nationals in Las Vegas. Natalie work ethic is consistent, she has been a member of the “Million Dollar Club” since 2007 when her sales topped $25 million. In 2012 Natalie Miniard returned to Liberty Realty LLC and formed the Miniard Group. She immediately soared to #5 agent in her office. Her team has continued to excel in one of New Jersey’s hottest real estate markets. Natalie leads by example and motivation.

In 2014 opened JCity Realty, LLC, a full service Real Estate Firm focused on her beloved Jersey City. Her clients respect and appreciate the extra effort she puts forth.

Specialties: Selling by demonstrating value. Certified New Home Sales Professional. (CSP), Selling Luxury Condominiums
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[sf_modal header=”Representative Properties in Jersey City Include:” btn_colour=”transparent-dark” btn_type=”stroke-to-fill” btn_size=”standard” btn_icon=”ss-user” btn_text=”Jersey City”]The Oakman – www.theoakmanjc.com
The Art House
The Grove
366 West sideAnd additional properties…www.JCityRealty.com
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Eric Margules

Eric Margules
President
Margules Properties

Retail & Culture

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Margules founded Margules Properties, Inc. in 1992 to purchase and manage rent-stabilized apartment buildings in New York City. Since then, Margules has led the acquisition of 70 buildings in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Long Island, Jersey City and Miami Beach. He identifies and analyzes potential investment opportunities, negotiates all acquisitions and arranges the total capitalization of each acquisition through senior debt financing and equity for each LLC syndication. Margules maintains a network of over 200 investors, many of whom have invested in several Margules Properties syndications.

Margules continues his involvement in newly acquired properties by working to reposition the asset where appropriate in order to maximize revenue. His in-house management team is responsible for running the day-to-day operations of the existing properties and Margules oversees this process to ensure efficient and reliable maintenance and management to all buildings in the portfolio.

Margules is credited as an early pioneer in neighborhoods that were poised to grow and has done this over again with tremendous success. Neighborhoods such as Manhattan’s Midtown West, East Village, Chelsea and Lower East Side, once considered fringe areas, are now some of the most sought after areas of New York City.

Before founding Margules Properties, Eric Margules worked as an investment banker at Merrill Lynch and Kidder Peabody and as a real estate consultant. He holds an MBA in Real Estate and Finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Computer Science from New York University.
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Portfolio holdings include:
Magnolia Ave
Vroom Street
Sip Avenue
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Maria Nieves

Maria L. Nieves
President & CEO

Hudson County Chamber of Commerce

Retail & Culture

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Maria L. Nieves is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce.

Established in 1888, the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce is one of New Jersey’s oldest regional chambers. The organization serves more than 500 members that do business in the 12 municipalities which comprise Hudson County in Northern New Jersey. Ms. Nieves began her tenure as President on November 1, 2011.

During her tenure the Chamber has grown membership by more than twenty percent, increased both the breadth and number of programs, launched a young professionals networking group, and engaged and served members through a new member-centric website and social media platforms. The organization has also continued to develop into an advocate for local business concerns and successfully taken on new initiatives. In 2013, the Chamber launched a first-ever trade mission to India, which was officially certified by the United States Foreign Commercial Services division within the U.S. Department of Commerce. The mission connected a delegation of Hudson County business leaders with more than 150 business and government leaders in four Indian cities (Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad and Kolkata) and generated interest from more than 50 Indian firms wanting to learn more about doing business in New Jersey. In 2014, the Chamber successfully secured a Cooperative Marketing Grant from the New Jersey State Division of Travel & Tourism and partnered with Jersey City to activate tourism events welcoming the NFC and AFC Champion Teams to Hudson County. Also in 2014, the Hudson County Chamber and the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce joined in a partnership agreement that allows Members of both organizations to enjoy dual memberships. Through this partnership, the Hudson County Chamber has grown to represent more than 500 Members. In March 2015, the Hudson County Chamber was named one of the Top 25 Chambers in the state by NJBIZ.

Prior to joining the Chamber, Ms. Nieves was the Director of Public Affairs for Fidelity Investments in New York and New Jersey. In this role, she had responsibility for advancing the company’s public policy and business priorities in the region; establishing and maintaining relationships with local and state opinion leaders; identifying and implementing local sponsorships; and engaging employees as volunteers in the community.

Her career with Fidelity began in 2000 when she joined the asset management firm as a senior training analyst for National Financial Services (NFS), Fidelity’s broker dealer. In this role, she focused on the development and delivery of operational training. Following the events of September 11, 2001, Ms. Nieves was instrumental in coordinating space and technology needs for Fidelity’s businesses in Lower Manhattan. As a result she was promoted to project manager in 2002, and played a critical role in ensuring a smooth and timely transition of the business to new space at the World Financial Center in New York City and the Harborside Financial Center in Jersey City, NJ. She consequently served as a Project Director of Business Continuity for NFS and in April 2005, she became Fidelity’s director of Public Affairs in the region.

Ms. Nieves began her career as an educator at the Wadleigh Arts Middle School, an alternative, public school located in Harlem in New York City. She was responsible for developing and implementing the school’s social studies curriculum.

Ms. Nieves earned her undergraduate degree in history from Columbia College, Columbia University in New York City; a master of arts in education from Teachers College, Columbia University; and a master of business administration from New York University’s Stern School of Business. She is a 2010 graduate of Lead New Jersey and has completed the first three years of certification training provided by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute of Organization Management.

Ms. Nieves currently serves as a volunteer on the following boards, committees and community organizations:
• Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, a national organization representing 7500 chamber of commerce executives in the U.S. and Canada;
• Hudson Catholic Regional High School Consultative Board;
• Hudson County Community College Foundation;
• Hudson County Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) & Strategic Revitalization Committee;
• Hudson County Workforce Investment Board;
• Jersey City Medical Center Legacy Entity;
• Jersey City Rotary Club;
• Saint Peter’s University Board of Regents;
• United Way of Hudson County; and
• Women Rising, Inc.
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Jersey City Rotary Club

Saint Peter’s University Board of Regents
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Skip Dolan

William “Skip” Dolan
President
Dolan Realty

Retail & Culture

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Skip Dolan has been in the commercial real estate business, working in the Jersey City/Hoboken market since 1980, and bringing a wealth of knowledge, market expertise, and deep contacts to best serve customers in their real estate search.

He has represented both tenants and landlords in office and retail leasing, land and development sales, sale of debt, and residential investments.

These transactions have resulted in the delivery of over 6,200 residential units (some of the most exciting places to live on the NJ waterfront), big box retailers in urban areas (Home Depot at Holland Tunnel), and thousands of square feet of leased office and retail space on the New Jersey Waterfront.

Notable customers include Canadian Superior Energy, China Construction America, Department of Homeland Security, Equity Residential, Evergreen America, Hartz Mountain Industries, Inc., Home Depot, LeFrak Organization, Bank of America, Starbucks, Mack Cali, and SK Properties (now KRE Group).

Skip has provided customers with meaningful, real-time information to produce a superior outcome.

Specialties:
The Waterfront Marketplace, New Jersey’s most dynamic real estate market
Office and retail leasing
Tenant and Landlord Representation
Multifamily development and sales (resulting in over 6,200 residential units)
Retail sites
Debt restructuring, CMBS, and balance sheet lenders
Development sites
Urban redevelopment
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239 Washington Street
One Evertrust Plaza
Home Depot (Hartz Mountain)
Dixon Pencil Property
Journal Square Assemblages
77 Greene & 70 Hudson
Newport Tower
Lackawanna center
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Paul Silverman

Paul Silverman
Principal
SILVERMAN

Retail & Culture

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Much like their buildings and developments, brothers Eric Silverman and Paul Silverman are treasured fixtures in Jersey City.

In 1981, Eric and Paul began their careers with the renovation of a dilapidated 15 unit apartment building in Jersey City’s Paulus Hook neighborhood. In 2012, they built GP’s Restaurant, completing the 25,000 square foot retail component of Hamilton Square, a 300 unit mixed use residential development at the site of the former St. Francis Hospital. SILVERMAN has restored historic landmarks, championed the development of mixed-use buildings, attracted commercial and industrial tenants to Hudson County, invested in micro-brewery New Jersey Beer Company, and brought creative new retail ventures to Jersey City, creating over 1000 residences and over 500,000 square feet of commercial and light industrial spaces. The Silvermans’ work goes far beyond innovative projects and quality construction. Giving back to the community is just as important to Eric and Paul as developing the buildings that house the residents, retailers, schools and companies. The Silvermans are involved with mane civic and not-for-profit organizations. SILVERMAN hosts art shows, ribbon cuttings, fundraisers, and activities for the community, including the Cinco de Mayo Fiesta and the Hamilton Park BBQ Festival providing energy and enthusiasm to the neighborhoods.

Eric and Paul’s values, history, and mission are very easily summarized in the company tag line: Building Neighborhoods.
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[sf_modal header=”Projects in Jersey City Include” btn_colour=”transparent-dark” btn_type=”stroke-to-fill” btn_size=”standard” btn_icon=”ss-user” btn_text=”Jersey City”]Charles & Co.
Hamilton Square
The Majestic Theatre
Park Foundry
Schroeder Lofts
Two Ten 9th Street
Majestic Corner Retail
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Eugene Paolino

Eugene T. Paolino
Partner
Genova Burns

Emerging Neighborhoods

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Eugene T. Paolino
Partner Eugene T. Paolino was born in Jersey City and has been practicing law in New Jersey for more than three decades. He brings a wealth of experience in commercial law and real estate development, redevelopment law and tax abatement, zoning and land use law, commercial law, education law and corporate law.

Mr. Paolino has played a critical role in some of Jersey City’s most iconic and significant real estate projects along New Jersey’s Hudson River “Gold Coast,” such as:

77 Hudson
101 Hudson
The Beacon (the former Jersey City Medical Center)
Saint Peter’s MacMahon Student Center
McGinley Square Redevelopment
Journal Square 2060 Redevelopment Area
Liberty Harbor Redevelopment Area

Mr. Paolino is also General Counsel to Saint Peter’s University, Dress for Success and Flemington Department Store, Inc. and has been Assistant Corporation Counsel to the City of Jersey City as well as Special Environmental Counsel to the City of Hoboken.

Mr. Paolino is active in many professional and charitable activities, including:

American Bar Association
The American Trial Lawyers Association
The New Jersey Bar Association
Hudson County Bar Association.
Hudson County Ethics Committee (former member)
Hudson County Civil Practice Committee (former member)
Hudson County Family Law Committee (former member)
Urban Land Institute
Hudson County Brownfields Commission (former member)
Dress for Success (Pro Bono Counsel)
Urban Angels Day Care Center(Pro Bono Counsel)
Bar Admissions
New Jersey, 1974
United States Supreme Court, 1992
Federal District Courts for the State of New Jersey, 1974
U.S. Court of International Trade, 1991
Education
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[sf_modal header=”Projects in Jersey City Include” btn_colour=”transparent-dark” btn_type=”stroke-to-fill” btn_size=”standard” btn_icon=”ss-user” btn_text=”Jersey City”]77 Hudson
101 Hudson Street
The Beacon (the former Jersey City Medical Center)
Saint Peter’s MacMahon Student Center
McGinley Square Redevelopment
Journal Square 2060 Redevelopment Area
Liberty Harbor Redevelopment Area
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Anthony Bastardi
Chairman & CEO
Strategic Development Group

Emerging Neighborhoods

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Anthony V. Bastardi is the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Strategic Development Group Incorporated and its affiliate, Construction Technology Corporation, both recognized leaders in managing the development, planning, design, and construction of complex institutional facilities for education and healthcare. He has over 35 years of broad-based management experience and an extensive background in the development of a wide range of academic, research laboratory, healthcare, senior housing, and other institutional facilities.

He is the recipient of two Awards of Excellence from the New Jersey Builders Association. Under his leadership, Construction Technology Corporation was included in Business News New Jersey’s Top 40 Fastest Growing Companies in New Jersey. He is a member of Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering honor society.

Mr. Bastardi holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree (with Honor) from Stevens Institute of Technology, a Master of Science in Industrial and Management Engineering degree from the Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science, and has done post-graduate work at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

Mr. Bastardi is Chairman of the Independent College Fund of New Jersey. He also serves on the Advisory Board at Birth Haven, a home for indigent, pregnant women.

He has previously served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Caldwell College, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation for New Jersey Public Broadcasting, and Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Morris Museum. He is an emeritus member of the Board of Trustees of Delbarton School. Mr. Bastardi has previously served on the Board of Trustees of Saints Joachim and Anne Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, an affiliate of the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens; Loyola House of Retreats; and the Stevens Institute of Technology’s 125th Anniversary Steering Committee, which he co-chaired.

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NJCU Harborside
Saint Peter’s University McGinley Square Redevelopment
Special Advisor, St. Peter’s University Board of Trustees
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Mitchell Bodner

Mitch Bodner
Managing Director
Building & Land Technology

Emerging Neighborhoods

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Mitch Bodner is Managing Director of Building and Land Technology where his responsibilities include oversight of the Beacon project in Jersey City, NJ (www.thebeaconjc.com). The Beacon is one of the largest historic rehabilitation projects in the United States, redeveloping eleven mid and high-rise buildings from the former Jersey City Medical Center into a ±1,500-unit residential complex.

Founded in 1982, Building and Land Technology (www.bltoffice.com) is a privately held, vertically integrated, real estate private equity, development and property management firm. BLT has developed, owned and managed over five million square feet of commercial space and over 10,000 residential units. BLT is one of the largest office landlords in Connecticut and is the developer of numerous residential, commercial and mixed-use projects, including Harbor Point, a transformative mixed-use development in Stamford, CT (www.harborpt.com). BLT’s investment portfolio spans 26 states with investments in the office, multifamily, hotel, single family rental and mixed-use sectors. Assets under management in the New York metro area include 212 Fifth Avenue, an iconic New York City luxury condominium project as well as the Beacon.

Mr. Bodner has over 16 years of commercial real estate experience. Prior to joining BLT, Mr. Bodner was Vice President of Investments at Archstone, where he was responsible for multifamily and mixed-use acquisitions, dispositions, financings, and asset management, as well as Senior Consultant at CBRE, where he performed financial analysis on a broad array of commercial real estate transactions. Mr. Bodner graduated cum laude from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Science in Finance.

Mitch overseas the redevelopment of The Beacon which is one of the largest historic rehabilitation projects in the US.
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The Mercury
The Orpheum
The Paramount
The Tower
The Criterion
The Hague
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George Vallone
President
HBCo & NJBA

Emerging Neighborhoods

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As President of The Hoboken Brownstone Company (HBCo) — a multi-faceted real estate development firm active along New Jersey’s Hudson River “Gold Coast” — George Vallone, along with his friend and Partner for over 34 years – Chief Operating Officer Daniel Gans, has compiled extensive experience in urban housing through a socially conscious approach to development. Their mission statement is “Quality real estate development means quality community development.”

His firm has been responsible for renovating brownstones, brick row houses and has built mid-rise and hi-rise condominiums in Hoboken and Jersey City. His development companies specialize in large mixed-use Brownfield redevelopment projects. The successful redevelopment of 1.8 MSF of mixed-uses at the Maxwell House Coffee property on the Hoboken waterfront, “Maxwell Place on the Hudson” was voted Best Urban Large Scale Mixed Use Development in 2010 by NJ Future and was awarded a Phoenix Award for being the best brownfield redevelopment in Region 2 by the US Environmental Protection Agency.

His general contracting company, Inner City Construction, Inc., (ICCI), has built over 1,000 units of affordable housing for non-profit church-affiliated community-based groups and for-profit housing corporations in Paterson, Newark and Trenton.

HBCo is now embarking on its most innovative project yet, the redevelopment of a fifteen-acre Brownfield site in the Jersey Avenue Park Redevelopment Zone into a new mixed-use transit oriented neighborhood. This 2,000+ residence mixed-use project will transform a contaminated post-industrial wasteland into a vibrant new neighborhood with shopping, dining, entertainment venues and a new Light Rail Station for mass transit access into New York City and all along New Jersey’s “Gold Coast”.

Mr. Vallone is President of the New Jersey Builder’s Association (NJBA) and Chairmen of NJBA’s Mixed-Use Developers Affiliate (“MXD”). The members of MXD are responsible for the construction of more than 75% of all rental housing built in NJ. For 10 years he served as President and Vice Chairmen of the Board of Our House, Inc. a non-profit group that builds, owns, and operates over 30 group homes and provides job training for 120 developmentally disabled adults and individuals with mental health, substance abuse, and criminal backgrounds. He also served on the Board of YCS – Youth Counseling Services, Inc. a $70M non-profit whose mission is to serve children at risk all over NJ.

Mr. Vallone possesses a BA in Accounting from Gettysburg College (’76), an MBA in International Finance from Fordham University (’78). He has been a licensed NJ Real Estate Broker (’86 to Present) and he has been admitted as a Counselor of Real Estate. He has guest lectured at NYU, MIT, and taught a Real Estate Finance and Risk Management course at the Rutgers Graduate School of Business, the NJ Redevelopment Agency’s Edison Institute, the Rutgers Cook College Continuing Education Series, and at the NJ Bar Association’s Institute for Continuing Legal Education. He also lectures extensively around the country on numerous real estate topics involving creative finance, joint venturing with land owners, structured seller financed land development, risk management, green building, and brownfield redevelopment topics. [/sf_modal]

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15-Acre Brownfield Site, 2000 + Residence Mixed-Use – Jersey Avenue Park Redevelopment Zone
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Jonathan Kushner
President
The KRE Group

Emerging Neighborhoods

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Jonathan Kushner has more than 15 years of real estate investment and management experience and is the President of KRE Group. Mr. Kushner is responsible for overseeing the company’s existing operating portfolio, which comprises more than 6,000,000 square feet of office, warehouse and retail space, as well as KRE’s multi-family portfolio which exceeds 9,000 existing apartments with an additional 7,000 apartments in various stages of approvals and construction. The company has developed and manages the vast majority of its assets.

Mr. Kushner has played an integral role in KRE’s ascension into a leading position in the multi-family arena. The firm’s success stems from its ability to execute large-scale projects that expertly blend well-conceived residences with upscale amenities and supportive ground-floor retail, often in key urban areas near mass transportation. Recently, Mr. Kushner led the completion and lease up of 18 Park, a 422 unit rental project in downtown Jersey City that included a new state-of-the-art facility for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hudson County. KRE’s current development activities include Journal Squared, a 1,840 unit project in the Journal Square section of Jersey City; Madison Farms, a garden style development in Bethlehem, PA comprised of 832 units and 132,000 square feet of retail space; and Hudson Lights, a 1,000,000 million square-foot mixed-use project in Fort Lee, NJ.[/sf_modal]

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18 Park
225 Grand – Liberty Harbor North I
Liberty Harbor North II
Grove Point
515 Marin Boulevard
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David P. Donnolley
Executive Director
JCRA

Emerging Neighborhoods

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The following is an excerpt from the JCRA website:

The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency (JCRA) was created in 1949 as an autonomous Agency to serve as the City’s primary vehicle to eliminate blight, to create opportunities and to attract residential, commercial and industrial real estate projects. The Agency’s statutory authority was set forth in New Jersey Redevelopment Agencies Law (LRHL), P.L. 1992, C.79 (N.J.S.A.) 40.A:12A-1 et seq.) in 1992. The local redevelopment powers of the Agency are outlined in the 1992 statute.

The Agency’s broad responsibilities include project facilitation, site assemblage and clearance, environmental remediation and developer selection within redevelopment areas. Since its inception, JCRA has been responsible for the direct reinvestment of billions of dollars in Jersey City and tens of thousands of jobs. The Agency is committed to enhancing the quality of life for all residents of Jersey City by guiding responsible development and reinvestment in all neighborhoods and communities in Jersey City.” JCRA’s Guiding Principles include enhancing the quality of life and improving economic and housing opportunities, building strong, viable partnerships with the community, and letting employees perform their duties in an honest, ethical manner at all times while maintaining the trust, respect and confidence of residents and our clients.
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Jersey City Redevelopment AgencySenior Administrative Analyst
Office of the Mayor
City of Jersey CityCity Councilman
City of Jersey City
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City of Jersey CityDeputy Clerk of the New Jersey General Assembly
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Connell Foley

CHAIR

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Genova Burns

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Eglentowicz

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The Shuster Group

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JCITY REALTY

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DeWitt Tishman

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RMA Hospitality Management

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Proskanzer Skott Architects

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The Real Deal

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The News Funnel

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SUPPORTING INSTITUTIONS
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Hudson County B&CTC

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ATTENDING FIRMS INCLUDED

 

A and S RE CapitalGoldman SachsProperty Owners Association
A. Y. StraussGothamWest DevelopmentPS&S
Ackman-Ziff Real Estate GroupGraphic InnovationsRedwood Realty Advisors
Admiral Capital GroupGreat Ink CommunicationsRegus
Advance Property InvestorsGreen VillainRipco Real Estate
Advance Realty DevelopmentGupta DevelopmentRMW Investments
AECOM CapitalGZ Real Estate PartnersRobert Martin Company
AecosHAP InvestmentsRoseland, A Mack-Cali Company
AEW Capital ManagementHanini GroupRubenstein Partners
AIG Global Real EstateHartz CapitalRubicon Company
AkermanHarvey Montague & AssociatesRusso Development
Alliance ResidentialHarwood PropertiesSabre Real Estate
Alliance Environmental SystemsHeights AdvisorsSaint Peter’s University
Alkova CompaniesHQ CapitalSam Schwartz Engineering
Amboy BankHudson County Building Trades CouncilScarano Architects
American Regional Center for EntrepreneursHudson County Chamber of CommerceScarinci Hollenbeck
Atlantic Point PartnersHudson United MortgageSESI Consulting Engineers
Avel realltyIBI Group – Gruzen SamtonShuster Development
Becht Engineering BTInSite EngineeringShuster Group
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServicesJCity RealtySlate Property Group
BGT EnterprisesJersey City Economic Development Corp.SILVERMAN
BHHS Hudson River PropertiesJersey City Mayor’s OfficeSilverstein Properties
BlueGate PartnersJersey City Redevelopment AgencySIOR
Blueprint Capital PartnersJournal Square Realty CorpSkoloff & Wolfe
Branded Cities NetworkJSK Financial ConsultantsSky Management Services
Building and Land TechnologyKABR GroupSPP Holdings
BuzzBuzzHomeKislak Real Estate InstituteSteven Kamali Hospitality
C+C ArchitectureKopelman GroupStop and Stor
Caliber Home LoansKushner CompaniesStrategic Development Group
Camella RealtyLanganStrong Place Partners
Carmel PartnersLandsea Holdings CorporationSugar Hill Capital Partners
Canyon PartnersLCOR IncorporatedTaylor Management Company
Case Real Estate CapitalLeBlanc HoldingsTectonic Engineering
Capri Capital PartnersLiberty Science CenterTD Bank
Capri Global CapitalLodging Capital PartnersThe Bozzuto Group
CB New HomesLorCapThe Bristol Group
CBREMack-Cali Realty CorporationThe Durst Organization
Cervelli ManagementMaGrann AssociatesThe Hoboken Brownstone Company
Chelnik EquitiesMarcus & MillichapThe Jasco Companies
Chiesa Shahinian & GiantomasiMargules PropertiesThe KABR Group
City of Jersey CityMarvel ArchitectsThe Kislak Company
Cole SchotzMcCormick TaylorThe LCP Group
Corniche CapitalMeridian Capital GroupThe Marketing Directors
Connell FoleyMetlife Real Estate InvestorsThe Musial Group
Claremont PropertiesMill Creek Residential TrustThe News Funnel
Cushman & WakefieldMillennium StrategiesThe PRC Group
DB InvestmentsMonmouth UniversityThe Real Deal
DeLuca ManagementMilrose ConsultantsThe Renaissance Group
DeMattheis Real EstateMorris Canal Community Development Corp.The Richman Group Development Corp
DeWitt Tishman ArchitectsMSG Insurance & Risk Management ConsultingThe Shuster Group
Dixon Advisory USAMXD New JerseyThe Xerxes Group
Dixon LeasingNAI James E. HansonThor Equities
Dolan RealtyNational Real Estate AdvisorsTishman Speyer
Dresdner RobinNewmark Grubb Knight FrankTitanium Realty Group
East Coast DevelopmentNew Jersey Apartments AssociationTocci Building Companies
Easton CapitalNew Jersey Builders AssociationToll Brothers City Living
EDEN Property CompanyNew Jersey City UniversityTorchlight Investors
Edison PropertiesNew Jersey Economic Development AuthorityTrammell Crow Company
Edward J. Minskoff EquitiesNine Seventeen Property ManagementTuran Advisors
EglentowiczNJ Advance MediaUrban Development Partners
Ehrlich Petriello Gudin & PlazaNJTVVanderbilt REIM
Farm DevelopmentOne Wall PartnersVentura Property Management
First American Financial CorporationOnyx EquitiesWashington Realty Capital Group
First American Title Insurance CompanyPACO CDCWeingarten Group
Forest City EnterprisesPanepinto Global PartnersWells Fargo Home Mortgage
Forum SecuritiesPanepinto PropertiesWindels Marx Lane & Mittendorf
G&S InvestorsParksite/DupontWinnCompanies
Gebroe HammerPartner Engineering and ScienceWinnDevelopment
Genova BurnsPennrose PropertiesWood Partners
GenslerPNC BankWoodmont Corp
Gigante Vaz PartnersPole Position RacewayWoodmont Development
Poskanzer Skott Architects
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