Stuckey of The Carlyle Group speaks at RELA's breakfast meeting

April 22, 2013 - New York City

Stuckey addressing the attendees of RELA's breakfast meeting.

According to the Real Estate Lenders Association (RELA), Robert Stuckey, managing director of The Carlyle Group, spoke at the association's monthly breakfast meeting on Tuesday, April 2nd at the Yale Club.
90 RELA members and guests attended to hear Stuckey share his expertise regarding the Manhattan residential real estate market. Highlights from his presentation included an in-depth discussion of The Carlyle Group's Parcel K project. Parcel K, a recently acquired high-rise condominium in the Riverside South Community of Manhattan's Upper West Side, is currently being transformed into a family-oriented property.
Stuckey also provided an overview of The Carlyle Group's previous major residential condo projects in Manhattan, including The Orion in Midtown West, The Lucida and The Georgica on the Upper East Side, Altair 18 & 20 in Flatiron and Ariel East & West on the Upper West Side. He also offered his expert insights and analysis of the Manhattan housing market, with particular focus on the supply and demand of New York City's condominium market.
In 1998 Stuckey joined The Carlyle Group in Washington, D.C. as managing director and head of all Carlyle's United States real estate funds.
Prior to joining the firm, Stuckey served as chief investment officer of CarrAmerica Realty Corporation. He has also held the positions of senior vice president at ProLogis (formerly Security Capital Industrial Trust) and chief financial officer of Trammell Crow Company, N.E. where he was a member of Trammell Crow Ventures, a merchant banking affiliate. Currently, Stuckey is chairman of CoreSite, a New York Stock Exchange traded Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) that owns data center properties.
Stuckey holds an M.B.A from Harvard University and was twice an academic All-American at the University of Nebraska.
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