9th annual Jersey City Real Estate Investment Summit takes place May 29

The 9th annual Jersey City Summit for Real Estate Investment is returning to the Hudson River waterfront May 29 at Harborside 1 with new property owners 601W Cos. as the venue partner.

This year’s event marks a change from the past two iterations. Previously held at Newport Tower, now, the summit will take over the fourth floor of Harborside 1.

The daylong affair overlooking the Manhattan Skyline will feature a full slate of panel discussions as well as networking opportunities, with over 1,250 regional leading public/private organizations attending this year’s gathering.

Harborside is in the midst of a generational transformation, with plans underway to make it the epicenter of the Hudson Waterfront and one of the region’s leading live-learn-work-play neighborhoods. It is a perfect venue for the summit, which has grown into a must-attend homecoming for top investment, development and related real estate firms.

Hear from the region’s leading city, master-planning and placemaking leaders on all of the new transformative projects, innovative collaborations, creative financing and capital markets predictions for the next 12-18 months.

Discussion topics will cover: office and the future workplace; capital markets; finance, tax and incentives; affordable housing; SciTech Scity; placemaking and arts & culture; BGO and Bank of America’s monumental Newport lease; multifamily; emerging markets; and more.

Don’t miss 2024’s homecoming event. To learn more, click here.

To register, click here.

Some confirmed speakers include:

  • Gov. Phil Murphy, state of New Jersey;
  • Mayor Steven Fulop, city of Jersey City;
  • Rob Naso, managing partner, BGO;
  • Alberto Garofalo, president, New Jersey, Bank of America;
  • Paul Hoffman, CEO, Liberty Science Center/SciTech Scity;
  • Jon Fascitelli, CEO, real estate, Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment;
  • Anna Malhari, chief operating officer, Veris Residential;
  • Jeremy Kaplan, COO, KRE Group;
  • Jon Moore, president & COO, URBY;
  • Nicole Meyer, president, Kushner Cos.;
  • Wasseem Boraie, principal, Boraie Development;
  • Jonathan Schwartz, principal, BNE Real Estate;
  • Kathleen Coviello, chief economic transformation officer, N.J. Economic Development Authority;
  • Adam Silfen, senior managing director, LeFrak;
  • Anthony Cammarata, managing director, Goldman Sachs;
  • Peter Bronsnick, managing partner, New Jersey, Cushman & Wakefield;
  • William Rosato, managing partner, Alpine Residential.