Denholtz Properties President Stephen Cassidy Joins Adjunct Faculty at Rutgers Center for Real Estate

Denholtz Properties announces President Stephen Cassidy has joined the Rutgers Center for Real Estate’s adjunct faculty where he will teach a course entitled Real Estate Finance and Mortgage-Backed Securities. Serving as President of Denholtz Properties for 20 years, Cassidy will leverage his depth of knowledge in commercial real estate and finance as he joins the Rutgers Center for Real Estate’s impressive roster of 95 industry leaders lending their expertise to help educate the next generation of real estate professionals.

Holding a B.S. and M.S. from Rutgers University, Cassidy has played an integral role in Denholtz’s overall investment strategy for the past 20 years and has contributed to the firm’s substantial portfolio growth across industrial, office, multi-family and retail verticals throughout the New Jersey and Southeastern markets. Whilst directing the firm’s investor relations, Cassidy works with the nation’s leading financial institutions as part of the continued expansion of Denholtz Properties and has successfully increased the firm’s profitability and its execution of i projects in a variety of markets. Cassidy’s leadership is without question a key component to realizing above-market returns to Denholtz investors.

“My affiliation with Rutgers University stretches from my days as a student to my appointment to the Advisory Board of the Center for Real Estate in 2015,” said Cassidy. “I am thrilled and honored to continue my involvement with the Center in this new role.”

Professor Morris A. Davis is the Paul. V. Profeta Chair of Real Estate and the Academic Director of the Rutgers University Center for Real Estate. Under the leadership of Professor Davis, the Center aims to advance the productivity of N.J.’s real estate assets through education and implementation of a curriculum taught by world-class lecturers. Established as the region’s top real estate program, the Rutgers Center for Real Estate offers both undergraduate and master’s degrees with a focus on advancing knowledge, shaping public policy, and best practice ideas.

“Steve Cassidy has been a founding member of the Advisory Board of the Center for Real Estate, contributing to the support that has allowed us to award more than $1 million in scholarships to our students,” said Morris Davis. “We look forward to his teaching of the Real Estate Finance class in the fall and know that his industry experience will enhance what the students learn in his course.”