November 2017 Newsletter

The NAIOP Research Foundation has published a new issue of its newsletter.

Industry Trends Poised to Impact CRE

NAIOP Research Foundation Newsletter, November 2017

Self-driving cars, co-working facilities, resiliency and — of course — technology are four leading trends influencing CRE. These and other topics were discussed during the Industry Trends Task Force meeting at CRE.Converge 2017 in Chicago, where NAIOP Research Foundation governors and guests were asked to identify emerging topics that might lend themselves to further research.

 Industry Trends Poised to Impact CRE

Visionaries Lend Their Voice to the Research Foundation

NAIOP Research Foundation Newsletter, November 2017

The inaugural class of the NAIOP Visionaries was introduced at CRE.Converge 2017 in Chicago. Ten invididuals were selected based on their career accomplishments,history of involvem ent with NAIOP, and a demonstrated interest in the Research Foundation’s mission.

 Visionaries Lend Their Voice to the Research Foundation

Will Office Densification Continue?

NAIOP Research Foundation Newsletter, November 2017

Has densification of the office environment reached a tipping point? Yes, say research directors from national real estate brokerage, data and investment firms, whose consensus is that on the whole, office densification is either approaching or has already reached a tipping point, as most of the larger office space users have already downsized and the smaller ones that are left to downsize are not expected to move the market.

 Will Office Densification Continue?

Meet a Governor

Jack Schultz

Jack Schultz is CEO of Argracel Inc., in Effington, Illinois.

 Meet a Governor

Viewpoint

NAIOP Research Foundation Newsletter, June 2017

NAIOP asked some of the Research Foundation’s Distinguished Fellows: How do you cultivate leadership skills in your organization?

 Viewpoint

Meet Our 2018 Officers

NAIOP Research Foundation Newsletter, June 2017

Welcome William Hunt, Eva Stevens, and Jack Schultz.

 Meet Our 2018 Officers

In Memoriam

George Livingston passed in July at the age of 81 and Terry Stiles died in September at age 70 after a battle with esophageal cancer.

 In Memoriam