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Ariel Property Advisors Invites You to Coffee & Cap Rates
Thursday, February 28, 2019

A Bi-Annual Discussion About the NYC Investment Sales Market

Sponsored by Arbor Realty Trust

Join Ariel Property Advisors & Arbor Realty Trust at Club 101, 101 Park Avenue, for a networking breakfast and panel discussion about Development & Opportunity: 2019 Market Outlook.

Following a brief presentation of our latest research and insights by event host Shimon Shkury, President of Ariel Property Advisors, Michael Stoler, President of New York Real Estate TV, LLC and host of The Stoler Report, will moderate a panel discussion.

About the Coffee & Cap Rates℠ Series:

Ariel Property Advisors presents Coffee & Cap Rates semi-annually to share the latest trends in the investment sales market with clients and contacts. More than 300 real estate professionals attended the previous Coffee & Cap Rates event.

Directions to the venue:

Club 101 is located on Park Avenue between East 40th and 41st Streets, just south of Grand Central Terminal. The club enjoys close proximity to the Metro North Rail Road and the 4, 5, 6, 7, and Shuttle subway lines at Grand Central.

Registration fee:

The $72 registration fee will be donated to Legal Outreach, a nonprofit that prepares urban youth from underserved communities in New York City to compete at high academic levels.

Agenda

8:00 - 9:00 am | Breakfast & Networking
9:00 - 9:15 am | NYC Market Overview Presentation
9:15 - 10:00 am | Panel Discussion
10:00 - 10:30 am | Q&A + Networking

Speakers

Shimon Shkury, President at Ariel Property Advisors
Host

Shimon Shkury is the founder and President of Ariel Property Advisors, a New York City investment property sales firm with an expertise in the multifamily asset class and development sites. In this role, he oversees all investment sales and research operations for the company. Since 2002, Mr. Shkury has advised private clients, institutions, operators, equity providers and lenders on pricing, positioning and selling assets throughout New York City.

Michael Stoler, President of New York Real Estate TV, LLC
Moderator

Michael Stoler is President of New York Real Estate TV, LLC a management consulting firm and television production firm.

Mr. Stoler is the host and executive producer of “The Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report”, now in its 17th season. He is also the host of “Building New York-New York Life Stories”, which is celebrated its twelfth season. Both broadcasts are produced and distributed by CUNY TV, owned and operated by the City University of New York. These shows air on more than twenty four university, educational, community and public access television stations in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.

Mr. Stoler also served from January 2009 through March 31, 2018 as a Managing Director, at Madison Realty Capital, a private equity firm, specializing in real estate financing and development.

He previously served as a senior principal at ApolloReal Estate Advisors (AREA Property Partners) as well as SVP with First American Title Insurance Company. For more than twenty five years he served as president and CEO of Princeton Commercial Corporation and New York Real Estate TV, LLC, a consulting and financing firms whose client have included financial institutions, public and private companies, commercial banks and finance companies, accounting and consulting firms, Taft Hartley Unions and Health Funds, healthcare organizations, healthcare and business professionals.

Frank Lutz, Executive VP, Chief Production Officer at Arbor Realty Trust
Panelist

Frank Lutz is Executive Vice President, Chief Production Officer for Arbor. In this role, he oversees Arbor’s agency lending platforms as they relate to business development and the firm’s expansive national production network and originations team.

Mr. Lutz brings more than 25 years of multifamily agency experience to Arbor. Most recently, he served as Senior Vice President, Fannie Mae Liaison at Berkadia. While there, he managed Berkadia’s Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac production relationships and served as the Chairman of the Fannie Mae DUS® Advisory Council. Prior to that role, Mr. Lutz served as Senior Vice President, Customer Management for the Northeast at Fannie Mae.

Mr. Lutz earned a Master of Business Administration from Villanova University and a Bachelor of Science from Pennsylvania State University.

Bryan Woo, Executive VP at Youngwoo & Associates
Panelist

Bryan Woo is an Executive Vice President at Youngwoo & Associates (YWA) a real estate development company based in New York and leads the company's acquisition strategy. The company has developed more than 8 million square feet of property in niche markets and property types. Previously, Bryan lived in Seoul and worked in the Principal Investment Division at Mirae Asset Securities. Earlier in his career he was an analyst in the securities team at Northstar Realty Finance Corporation (NRFC).

Bryan received his B.A. in Economics and Psychology from Amherst College.

Jim Simmons, Managing Partner at Asland Capital Partners
Panelist

James H. Simmons III is Managing Partner of Asland Capital Partners, a $150 million real estate private equity concern. Prior to Asland, Jim was employed by Ares Management and was Managing Partner of the $485 million Ares Domestic Emerging Markets Fund. Mr. Simmons was previously the Chief Executive Officer of the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corp.

Jim graduated with a Master of Management degree from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, a MS degree in Engineering from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and a BS degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Princeton University.

*MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED*

Beneficiary

Legal Outreach prepares urban youth from underserved communities in New York City to compete at high academic levels by using intensive legal and educational programs as tools for fostering vision, developing skills, enhancing confidence, and facilitating the pursuit of higher education.

Dietary Restrictions

All food will be under the supervision of the Orthodox Union (OU).

Questions?

Please contact David Baruch
at dbaruch@arielpa.com
or call 212-544-9500 Ext. 36


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