Meeting angel investor Jason Calacanis Was lucky enough to have pizza and beer with @JasonCalacanis and about 50 entrepreneurs and wantrepreneurs recently at Angelo’s Pizza (117 w. 57 in Manhattan) — good pizza, but during a Yankee playoff win, was …..
1. Infrastructure is actually pretty damn interesting. It requires enormous vision and coordination, and done right it creates jobs. If employees can’t get to work, turn on the lights, or drink water, employers get discouraged. It is one corner of …..
Went to the AmTrust North America Real Estate Summit today, where I saw Gentry Hoit of GreenOak Real Estate in the audience and heard Ofer Yardeni of Stonehenge NYC, Michael Maturo of RXR Realty, Robert Lapidus of L&L, and Robert Verrone of Ironhound Management discuss a wide range of topics under the moderating …..
I was lucky enough to attend a real estate conference recently, and this is what I heard: There are a lot of investment observations in this long blog, almost all made by other people. I am not making any investment …..
I was recently lucky enough to attend a conference, and here are some of the things I heard: Sales to ex-US buyers may slow; however there is a deep pool for $2B deals – evidenced by Brookfield’s sale of 245 …..
I was recently lucky enough to go to the 2017 PREA Spring Conference in New York, and here is some of what I heard: Highest residential rents in New York are way west in the 30’s, and lowest on the …..
Urban Land Institute was kind enough to publish this article. By Joseph Stecher June 24, 2016 Joseph Stecher is a member of ULI and has invested in real estate globally as a principal investor at General Motors Pension Fund, Goldman …..
Every innovator’s challenge is to overcome users’ and investors’ reflex to fit the future into the paradigm of the present. Some change is so radical that it changes the context into which it is introduced. As Marshall McLuhan is believed …..
So I’m crossing 5th Ave listening to Pandora, rehearsing my pitch to an investment sponsor why he should hire me instead of a big firm to raise money for him, and it hits me: we’re living in the Age of …..