Donald Resnick, partner, Jenner & Block, describes how the net lease sector remained robust in comparison with other commercial real estate investment types, where volume diminished by more dramatic amounts during the down cycle.
Robert Martie, executive vice president of the New Jersey Region for Colliers International, says that despite the economic unknowns, what’s happening in New Jersey today versus during the economic downturn of 2009 is profoundly different.
Ron Beit, lead developer for New York-based RBH Management Group, talks about how Teacher’s Village, a mixed-use development including residential, retail and charter schools that’s set for delivery in 2012-2014.
Michael Seeve, president of Mountain Development, calls himself an optimist. He sees tenant expansion and activity as increasing, with the healthcare industry driving the office sector. So are changing tenants’ needs.
Peter C. Lewis, founder, chairman and president of Wharton Equity Partners, talks about how his firm courts and manages relationships with high net-worth investors and family offices and how they are approaching commercial real estate.
Jonathan B. Schultz, co-founder of Onyx Equities, a commercial real estate investor that often ventures with family offices and high net-worth individuals, discusses how his firm is navigating the commercial real estate cycle.