CoreNet (Corporate Real Estate Executives Network) Global, New Jersey Chapter has announced that the 2011 Summer Social, the premier Corporate Real Estate networking opportunity of the year, will be held at the recently renovated private Mansion at Natirar, Main Street, Peapack, New Jersey. The event will take place on Thursday, July 14, 2011 from 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.
 
Added to the events of the evening will be Monte Carlo Casino Night in a classic speak-easy atmosphere that will return guests to the excitement of the 1920’s and early 1930’s.
 
 
The Summer Social annually attracts corporate leadership from the state’s most prestigious real estate development and economic development firms for a relaxed evening of networking, camaraderie, and an abundance of gourmet food. The Summer Social provides a unique opportunity to make business contacts that have the potential to enhance profitability throughout the year.
 
“CoreNet New Jersey hosted one of the first events at the Mansion at Natirar last year when it was in a very early stage of construction,” commented the organization’s chairman, Tim Bender. “This year’s Summer Social will be even more spectacular because of the tremendous progress that has been made on the renovation of the original mansion. It will be both a networking extravaganza and gastronomic treat.”

 
The Mansion at Natirar part of the Private Membership Only complex that includes Ninety Acres Restaurant and Culinary Center, an organically-themed restaurant that has gained a reputation as among the finest dining destinations in the region.
 
Natirar (Raritan spelled backwards) is the 411-acre former estate of Kate Macy Ladd and Walter Graeme Ladd. The brick forty-room Tudor-style mansion was completed in 1912. Following Mrs. Ladd’s death, a convalescent facility located on the property was relocated to the main residence, where it operated until 1983. That year the property was sold to Hassan II, the King of Morocco. King Hassan died in 1999 and Natirar was inherited by his son, Mohammed VI. In 2003, Somerset County purchased the estate as open space, preserving that acreage in perpetuity.
 
The mansion and a portion of the estate have been leased to private parties are in the process of creating a luxury resort and spa. The mansion is being renovated to become a 76-room hotel featuring a 225-person ballroom function center anda state-of-the-art eco-friendly spa.
 
Registration for the Summer Social is available online at http://register.corenetnj.org or by contacting Joan Leiwant at 973-992-6773 or execdirector@corenetnj.org. Fee for the Social is $150 for CoreNet members, $175 for non-members and $200 at the door. The registration deadline is July 12 at 5:00 p.m.
KGROUNDER
CoreNet Global is the world’s premier association for corporate real estate and related professionals, serving as the global learning organization and the world’s though and opinion leader serving the entire industry.
 
The New Jersey Chapter is in its tenth year, focusing on providing the corporate and real estate development industries in New Jersey with up-to-date information to provide learning, networking and professional growth opportunities, with the ultimate objective of enhancing each member company’s prospects for profitability and success. Among the issues and topics covered in past events are: state incentive programs and case studies; best practice presentations; green building design/sustainability issues; review of the state’s telecommunications infrastructure and major project overviews including the Xanadu Meadowlands Project, the New York Jets Training Facility, AT&T Global Network Operations Center, and the NJ Devils Newark Arena Project.