Event Ended On: Wednesday June 12 2019
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Breakfast & Networking
Multifamily & Mixed-Use Gold Coast Roundup
Competing with New York: Gold Coast Commercial Outlook
Keynote Gold Coast Remarks
Post Event Networking
The Liberty House Restaurant
76 Audrey Zapp Dr.
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Ballroom: Grand Ballroom, 2nd Floor
Parking Information: Free parking onsite with validation from the restaurant
New Jersey's Gold Coast has seen major development in the past years, yet, many are still wondering what it will take to compete with Manhattan and Brooklyn to the live/work/play tenants.
Possibly the goal can be reached by developing away from the shoreline, which we've seen recent
mixed-use action in the past year. While concentrated development will continue to increase the buzz appeal of the Gold Coast assets, building up the local infrastructure through
private-public partnerships will go a long way to bringing major development to the Gold Coast.
As New Jersey continues to grow its local talent pool,
more attention may be paid to
interconnecting the Gold Coast communities to the more western
hubs of Newark, Morristown, Edison and others.
We look forward to having you join us at this year's New Jersey Gold Coast Summit. Please send all event questions to
John, Northeast Event Producer at: email@example.com Don't forget those business cards!
1. What will it take for the Gold Coast to lure millennials being priced out of Manhattan and Brooklyn?
2. What infrastructure improvements can real estate professionals look forward to?
3. What strategies are residential investors taking as the Gold Coast market continues to fill up?
4. What will the future of tax breaks in New Jersey look like?
5. How will the recent mixed-use boom fare in the next business cycle?