CREW NJ Annual Holiday Party & Toy Drive
When: 6 PM to 9 PM Thursday, Nov. 14
Where: Montclair Social Club – 499 Bloomfield Ave., Montclair
Description: Kick off your holiday season with Commercial Real Estate Women of NJ (CREW NJ) — the leading New Jersey organization for professional women involved in all aspects of commercial and industrial real estate. Join us for an evening of good food, good drinks and good company! Both members and guests are welcome!
Attendees can enter a raffle to win a golf foursome at Raritan Valley Country Club, plus other special prizes. We’ll also be honoring our Company of the Year Award Winner — Withum. Please bring a new unwrapped toy(s) to our 19th Annual Toy Drive in support of the Jersey Battered Women’s Shelter.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The Jersey City Summit for Real Estate Investment
When: 7:30 AM to 5 PM Monday, Nov. 18
Where: Hyatt Regency Jersey City – 2 Exchange Place, Jersey City
Description: Join Gov. Phil Murphy, Mayor Steven Fulop and leading real estate principals, investors, owners, developers, advisers, site selectors and many others for the region’s most exciting and well attended leadership gathering. The Jersey City Summit will once again host the Tri-State’s leading innovators and stakeholders to discuss Jersey City, Metro NYC and the region.
NAIOP New Jersey’s Transportation & Logistics Update
When: 7:45 AM to 11:15 AM Wednesday, Dec. 4
Where: Carpenters Apprentice Training Center – 75 Fieldcrest Ave., Edison
Description: From the impact of freight on CRE and trucking industry challenges, last-mile commuting solutions and NJ Transit’s asset development plans (new CRE opportunities!) to the latest on Gateway (timing and expectations), our annual Transportation & Logistics Update will be packed with the latest information on keeping goods and people moving through the Garden State, as well as the hot buttons and trends influencing corporate america’s site selection process. Speakers will include:
- Kevin Corbett, NJ Transit
- Steve Pastor, NAI James E. Hanson
- Anne Strauss-Wieder, North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority
- Steve Shulein, National Retail Systems/Association of Bi-State Motor Carriers
- Frank Sacr, Gateway Program Development Corporation
- Jon Carnegie, Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers
- Cheryl Kastrenakes, Greater Mercer TMA
Part of NAIOP NJ’s Building a Better NJ series, this program is applying for two education credits for multiple professions. Registration/Networking breakfast begin at 7:45 AM followed by the program at 8:30 AM.