Robert S. Goldsmith, co-Chair of the firm’s Redevelopment & Land Use Department, will be a panelist at the Association for Corporate Growth New Jersey Chapter (ACG NJ) monthly breakfast meeting on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. The program, which will be held from 7:00am – 9:30am at the Galloping Hill Golf Course in Kenilworth, will focus on the topic “Economy, Employment, & Transit Oriented Developments: Real Estate Trends for the New Year and New Decade.”
Healthcare and higher education have long been the historic drivers of real estate development, resulting in the growth of cities and sprawling suburban areas. However, the trends are changing now as millennials and baby boomers converge around demand for public transportation and higher cost multi-family housing units. New drivers are emerging, as well, as business owners looking to establish and expand operations are faced with the challenges of attracting and retaining top talent.
The panel for this program will review three distinct and successful commercial real estate developments in New Jersey – M Station at Morristown, Gateway Center Newark, and BellWorks in Holmdel. Each of these properties share the common goals of revitalizing real estate and increasing property values. The program will open with a brief overview of the economy and employment trends.
Mr. Goldsmith's practice focuses on redevelopment, downtown and urban revitalization, transit-oriented development, project financing and incentives, sustainable building initiatives and public-private partnerships. His experience encompasses counseling clients on the specialized issues in redevelopment related to parking demand, design and construction. Mr. Goldsmith also has broad experience in complex commercial litigation, construction litigation and appellate work.
Additional program details and registration at: Economy, Employment, & Transit Oriented Developments