"As a group, we will discuss commercial real estate development, investment and pricing, regional trends, finance and debt, land policy and much more," said Medina. "This discussion will come against the backdrop of the current state of the economy and the outlook for the future."
Dr. James Hughes, dean of the Bloustein School, will moderate the panel and present the broad national and global economic outlook. University Professor Dr. Joseph Seneca will follow with a discussion of New Jersey's economic outlook.
Medina will lead the real estate discussion with a presentation on the broad outlook for New Jersey's commercial and industrial real estate markets. Jose Cruz of Holliday Fenoglio Fowler will follow with a look at commercial real estate investment trends in New Jersey, and Jeffrey M. Schotz of SJP Properties will share trends in real estate and new business development.
"Our panel will present the very latest information on both the economy and commercial real estate in this highly topical event," said Medina.
The Real Estate Development & Economic Summit will be open both to students of the Edward J. Bloustein School and to the general public. RSVP is requested by September 24 to RSVP@policy.rutgers.edu.