• Note Worethy 2017

  • Gniazdowski Honored

    Stanley A. Gniazdowski, CCIM, CRE was honored by the Connecticut CCIM Chapter through the CCIM Education Foundation with a perpetual Named Endowed Scholarship. The annual scholarship will be awarded to a student for one of the CCIM Institutes core educational courses, who is seeking to to attain the internationally recognized CCIM designation. Pictured with Stan Is Carl Russell, CCIM another CT CCIM Chapter endowed scholarship recipient.

  • Sinificant Assignments

  • Stan Gniazdowski, CRE, CCIM of Realty Concepts, Inc. has completed a demand analysis for a Connecticut municipality, seeking to identify demand for the redevelopment of an urban transit oriented and walk-able community development.

  • Stan Gniazdowski, CRE, CCIM was the expert witness in a significant class action law suite that addressed municipal ad valorem taxes.

  • International Teaching

  • Stan Gniazdowski CRE, CCIM this May, has completed teaching a week long CI 101 Investment Analysis course in Warsaw Poland. Stan has been teaching in Poland since 2000 as well in Russia, Egypt and Taiwan.

  • New York University

  • Stan Gniazdowski CRE, CCIM was recognized this April with completing 25 years as an adjunct assistant professor at NYU in the Schack Institute of Real Estate. in 1996 he was honored with the Award for Teaching Excellence.

  • Note Worthy Assignments 2016

  • *We performed an in depth Market Analysis on an 800 acre parcel of land for a significant client. We identified possible property type uses, unit sizes, amenities, estimate values and absorption based on lifestyle demand and current state and local economic condition through an Economic Base Analysis. We coordinated with a national architectural and engineering firm in developing site design for the various development nodes.

    • We were commissioned to perform a market analysis for the Town of Farmington, CT on a parcel of land acquired by the town and on the surrounding properties. We identified possible, property uses, demand factors for a mixed use development, including demographics, retail sales analysis, retail rental rates, apartment demand and rental rates and lifestyle factors impacting demand.This assignment was done in cooperation with a National Architectural and Engineering firm.

    *Mr. Gniazdowski was an expert witness in a class action law suit representing 600 Connecticut property owners in a major tax appeal. He developed support for issues that were in question as to market value via standard appraisal practice vs. mass appraisal methodology.

    *We performed a demand analysis and for a mixed use apartment, retail and hospitality complex in Fairfield County CT. Demand had to be developed from primary research, in depth demographic analysis, shift-share analysis, economic base analysis, market analysis and lifestyle analysis to demonstrate the demand for the proposed mixed use development.

  • September 2016

  • Gniazdowski Teaches in Poland

  • Stanley Gniazdowski, CRE, CCIM has completed teaching an Investment Analysis course, CI 101, for the CCIM Institute in Warsaw Poland. The week long course was filled to capacity with students from Poland and European countries. The course concentrated on investment cash-flow analysis, yield analysis and the impacts of financing and taxation on real estate investments.
    Gniazdowski has been teaching at least annually in Poland since 2000 CCIM Courses CI 101 Financial Analysis and CI 102 Market Analysis. He also teaches domestically on a regular basis.

  • Gniazdowski Honored by CCIM Institute

  • Stanley A. Gniazdowski, CCIM has been honored as CI 102 (Market Analysis) Senior Instructor of the year for 2012 at the CCIM Institutes July annual instructor conference held in Chicago.

  • Gnizadowski Instructs NYU Students

  • In late 2015 a four day intensive course, Stanley A. Gniazdowski, CRE, CCIM, FRICS, adjunct assistant professor at New York University, presented a series of the Harvard Case Studies to NYU students, involving real estate investment and industry issues. The student teams analyzed, structured and addressed intricate investment and industry issues impacting the real estate decision process.

  • JULY 2013

  • In conjunction with the CCIM INstitute, a 3 hour class before the Northeast Retail Live program “Analyzing Your Market” will be presented by Stanley Gniazdowski, CRE, CCIM, FRICS

  • Attendees will Learn to apply the CCIM Strategic Analysis Model to your next market analysis. The purpose of strategic analysis is to determine whether there is an adequate current supply of real estate of a particular type in a particular place to meet demand, and if not, whether there might be a profit opportunity for those who wish to add supply.

    Strategic analysis is the overall process of determining whether the market will support a particular use at a particular site so that it is profitable. The difficulty with defining the strategic analysis process is that it is not a step-by-step linear process. Rather, it is an iterative process that moves back and forth among several different steps to hone the analysis to the point where a decision can be made. This 3-hour session introduces the Strategic Analysis Model and the need for such analysis.