NAIOP News  

November 09, 2017

Office Conference 2017 Presentations

Presentations and resources for the Office Evolution conference.

October 25, 2017

How to Craft Tax Reform That Works

NAIOP President and CEO pens an October 2017 opinion editorial on why Congress and the administration should created tax policies that foster long-term investment and will lead to stronger economic growth.

October 19, 2017

50 Years of Leadership: Meet the Leaders Who Have Guided NAIOP

Five decades of leadership … 47 individuals … 19,000 members today who gratefully thank the men and women who have given their time, thought-leadership and expertise as chairmen, guiding NAIOP and its members forward.

October 13, 2017

CRE.Converge 2017 Presentations and Coverage

Tap into NAIOP's resources for CRE development, including session recordings and insights from CRE.Converge in Chicago.

October 03, 2017

What the Move Toward Urban Fulfillment Centers Means for Last-mile Logistics (Bisnow)

Online delivery has become the norm for many Americans living in urban areas. An average city resident generates approximately 0.1 deliveries per day. In a major city like Chicago, which has a population of 2.7 million, that is a minimum of 270,000 deliveries a day.

September 20, 2017

Leadership as a Mindset, Not a Job Description (GlobeSt.com)

As more millennials ascend the ranks in the workplace, how to cultivate the next generation of leaders is at the front of most organizations’ strategies. It’s a delicate dance that requires self-awareness from current leadership, Julie Benezet, founder and managing principal for Seattle-based Business Growth Consulting LLC, tells GlobeSt.com. Benezet, a former Amazon.com executive, will be one of the keynote speakers at NAIOP’s CRE.Converge 2017 conference in Chicago Oct. 10-12. She will be addressing the topic “Navigating the New: Leading and Succeeding in the 21st Century.” We spoke with her about formulating a leadership strategy and getting past the uncertainty that leadership presents.

September 14, 2017

Urban Pioneers: Developers Brave Unknowns In Search Of Infill Opportunity (Bisnow)

When Courtland Development CEO Jon Napper found an opportunity in the Dallas neighborhood of Deep Ellum to convert a brick-and-timber warehouse into a loft-style office, he had no idea what was beneath the foundation. Located in what was an industrial area in the 1930s, the property’s parking lot was the site of an old icehouse and an environmental disaster, Napper said.

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