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Growing e-commerce companies and a shrinking window for last-mile delivery have pushed desirable industrial properties closer to the customer. Beyond improved delivery times, businesses and industrial developers have to contend with another key factor in site selection: the labor pool.
NAIOP is again partnering with CEL & Associates, Inc. to compile the 2018 NAIOP/CEL Commercial Real Estate Compensation and Benefits Survey. A nationally known real estate advisor, CEL has conducted this survey—the largest in the industry—for 29 consecutive years.
U.S. Commercial Real Estate Development and Operations Supports 7.6 Million Jobs, Contributes $935.1 Billion...
New development and ongoing operations of existing commercial real estate buildings in the United States – office, industrial, warehouse and retail – generates significant economic growth at the state and national levels. The combined impact: Commercial real estate supported 7.6 million American jobs and contributed $935.1 billion to U.S. GDP in 2017
NAIOP, the commercial real estate development association representing almost 19,000 CRE practitioners, commends the House of Representatives and Senate for passing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. The bill, once it is signed by President Donald J. Trump and begins to take effect in 2018, will boost economic growth by reducing tax rates and simplifying the tax code.
The following opinion editorial was written by Thomas J. Bisacquino, NAIOP president and CEO, and has appeared in newspapers across the U.S. Tax reform is a priority issue for NAIOP and commercial real estate. The piece reads as follows:
NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, has selected seven young professionals to receive its prestigious 2017 Developing Leaders Award. The annual award honors up-and-coming professionals under the age of 35 for their exceptional professional accomplishments, strong leadership and community involvement.
pplications are being accepted for NAIOP’s 2017 Developing Leaders Award. This prestigious annual award honors up-and-coming commercial real estate professionals, 35 years old and under, for their valued contributions and commitment to the industry. Don't miss out on this tremendous leadership honor and networking experience.
NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, has announced the 2017 recipients of its scholarship. A component of NAIOP’s strategic initiative to promote diversity in commercial real estate, the scholarship program supports students who are pursuing a degree in commercial real estate
NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, recently honored 18 NAIOP chapters and three individuals with the association’s coveted Chapter Merit Awards. Recognizing the best in special events, publications, membership, legislative advocacy and more, the Chapter Merit Awards are presented annually at NAIOP’s Chapter Leadership & Legislative Retreat in Washington, D.C. Recipients are selected by a committee of their peers comprised of volunteer judges.
Marc Selvitelli, CAE, has been named as senior vice president for NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, effective February 13, 2017. In this role, Selvitelli will guide the association’s staff, chapters and volunteers to execute NAIOP’s mission of providing education, advocacy and connections to 18,000+ members in 51 chapters across North America. He will oversee the association’s daily business operations and serve as executive director of NAIOP’s Research Foundation.
NAIOP is committed to the next generation of CRE leadership and increasing diversity in commercial real estate. We are proud to continue our scholarship program for students pursuing a degree which will lead to a career in the commercial real estate industry. Preference will be given to students who have been traditionally under-represented in the commercial real estate field.
From foreign entities investing in properties across international borders to the volitile U.S. political climate affecting neighbors like Canada and the global stage, the new year will shape up the future of industrial real estate trends. Bisnow takes a look at the top 10, which will help shape the conversation at NAIOP's upcoming I.CON: Impact Projects.
“NAIOP is an organization that anyone can get involved in at any level,” Tratt said. “The more that you apply yourself and involve yourself and participate, the more you get out of it. It’s been singularly one of the best things that I’ve done to advance my career.”
Oxford Properties, the real estate arm of OMERS, has been named recipient of the Project of the Year award by NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, for their MNP Tower in Vancouver as part of Oxford Place
Exploring the Impact of Disruptive Technology, Co-working, Data Storytelling, Modern Design and Construction on...
As technology, the changing workforce and demand continue to evolve, over 200 commercial real estate executives from across North America will gather at O.CON: The Office Conference, November 1-2, at the Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza in Los Angeles, to explore trends in current and future office buildings, the impact of technologies like self-parking cars, innovative construction materials, the demand for flex space and more. An exclusive keynote with Julien Smith, CEO of Breather, an on-demand office-sharing app, will explore how technology and workplace trends are driving the evolution of traditional office space.