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Bisnow interviewed Michael Kloppenburg, senior consultant for flexible office solutions at Avison Young, and Daniel Levinson, chairman, CRE Holdings, subject matter experts for NAIOP’s new Real Estate as a Service course on the REaaS model.
The challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic are unprecedented and far-reaching. During this time of crisis, NAIOP is focused on delivering the invaluable education, advocacy and research that you expect – and that your business depends on.
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Webinar in the NAIOP Advantage Series: CRE Response to COVID-19
NAIOP commends the U.S. House for today’s passage of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), following the U.S. Senate's passage on Thursday. We expect President Donald Trump to sign it into law shortly.
Senate and House leaders and the White House reached agreement on a $2 trillion economic stimulus bill designed to provide relief to individuals, businesses, and state and local governments during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The questions are numerous, and NAIOP is here with guidance to support you today and get you thinking ahead for tomorrow.
The unprecedented COVID-19 situation is affecting every aspect of our businesses and lives. While NAIOP member benefits and services will not be impacted, the NAIOP Corporate office is adjusting our normal business practices to protect the health and well-being of our staff.
The National Forums Symposium 2020 in Boston is postponed due to the March 13, 2020, announcement by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that limits large gatherings.
Due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, NAIOP has made the difficult decision not to hold the I.CON Spring 2020 conference in Huntington Beach, California.
Your company's participation in the 2020 NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Compensation Survey will help shape the future of commercial real estate. Survey respondents at the overall company level will receive a complimentary electronic copy of the full comprehensive survey report – a $2,250 value!
As trade disputes dissipate and the economy remains strong, NAIOP has revised its first quarter 2020 industrial forecast upward to early-2019 levels, says the NAIOP Industrial Space Demand Forecast Q12020.
What makes urban infill desirable? For infill properties to be attractive, cities need two factors: population density and vehicle congestion, JLL Managing Director Leslie Lanne told Bisnow in a recent interview. This combination provides a large group of consumers plus enough traffic to make it prohibitively expensive or time-consuming to deliver goods from larger suburban facilities.
The impact of new development and of the ongoing operations of existing commercial real estate buildings in the United States – office, industrial, warehouse and retail – has grown to support 9.2 million American jobs and contribute $1.14 trillion to the U.S. GDP in 2019, according to a report by the NAIOP Research Foundation.
NAIOP honored 16 chapters and seven individuals on Tuesday, February 4, 2020, at the Chapter Merit Awards Celebration gala.
Watch our annual report video to learn about our recent accomplishments and what's ahead for 2020.
The NAIOP Research Foundation announces the selection of five Visionaries, part of a select group of rising commercial real estate professionals who are invited to engage with the Foundation’s Governors and Trustees. The 2020 cohort of Visionaries will be inducted at NAIOP’s National Forums Symposium, April 30 in Boston.
Thomas J. Bisacquino, president and CEO of NAIOP issued a statement upon announcement of a final Waters of the United States rule announced by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Army Corps of Engineers.
Nominations are now being accepted for the Developer of the Year Award – NAIOP's highest honor.