Comprehensive Real Estate Development (CRED):Eastern Lofts Projects

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
     


Comprehensive Real Estate Development (CRED):Eastern Lofts Projects
Wednesday, May 23, 2018 9:30 AM -
Thursday, May 24, 2018 4:30 PM (Eastern Time)

Eastern Lofts
3002 Cecil B. Moore Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19121
United States

Map and Directions
This course is approved for the following education credits:

13.6 CLEs - Supreme Court of New Jersey Board on Continuing Legal Education

11.25 CMs - American Institute of Certified Planners

11.25 LUs - The American Institute of Architects

Cost: $295

Using a case study approach, participants will learn the fundamentals of real estate development using actual development projects as “backdrops” to the concepts, applications and discussions. Leading community-based real estate developers will present case studies on some of their latest “crown jewels,” highlighting their actual problems, challenges and opportunities they encountered with their development projects.  Participants will have the opportunity to tour the development site and examine the overall structure of the development project, focusing on the analyses behind the development and investment strategy employed. 

The workshop will provide participants with an insider’s look on how the project was conceptualized and developed.  During the course, consideration will be given to property and site analysis, market conditions, municipal approvals, acquisition strategy, construction or renovation costs, economic viability, and community and governmental relations. 

Participants will be responsible for analyzing the project based on facts and opinions presented by the developer, as well as evaluating the merits of a set of different alternatives. This interdisciplinary, case study approach will place each participant in an actual business environment, by examining real situations and development projects.  The workshop will be facilitated and taught by experienced real estate developers, and the NJRA Real Estate Development textbook will serve as a tool to supplement the lectures and discussions.   

The key learning objectives are:

·        *  Assess the primary factors affecting the feasibility of a real estate development project and how to minimize risks;

·          * Discuss legal restrictions, rules and regulations pertaining to land use, construction and development;

·          * Understand basic finance and real estate concepts and terminology and how to attract equity capital;

·          * Explore resources and tools used to engage in the real estate development process; and    

·      * Examine and discuss the approach and unique opportunities and challenges associated with repurposing existing buildings.



 

Payment Instructions

  • Purchase Order Instructions:

    If you are registering for a course with a Purchase Order please read the information below.

    All class participants registering with a purchase order must click on the link below and fill out the required information. 

    RTIApplicationCancellationPolicy.pdf


    Please submit completed forms to:

    Mailing Address:
    Attn: Jackie Calderon
    New Jersey Redevelopment Authority
    PO Box 790
    Trenton, NJ 08625
    E-mail: jcalderon@njra.us
    Phone: 609-278-5174
    Fax: 609-292-6070

     You are now able to ACCESS, REVIEW and DOWNLOAD, for viewing or print, your workshop materials prior to the class date. We are no longer printing workshop materials. Your workshop material link will be available seven days prior to the class and two days after the last workshop date is scheduled.

    Note* If you have not received your workshop course material link, via Dropbox, prior to your workshop date, please take a look in yourSpam Folder in addition to your Inbox. You may also email us at njrarti@njra.us for additional questions. 





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