Virtual Roundtables: CRE During COVID-19

The need to connect and learn from one another is more important than ever – and NAIOP is here to help. NAIOP is offering a series of Virtual Roundtables that provide a space for you to talk with fellow industry professionals, exchanging ideas and sharing your experiences during this tumultuous time.

Following opening comments from a member volunteer, these one-hour small-group discussions will build off a central topic, but the conversation is whatever you and the other participants make of it, so come ready to engage! NAIOP’s Virtual Roundtables will be conducted on the Zoom meeting platform and will not be recorded; no sales pitches are allowed. Groups are limited to 40 registrants. Registrants will receive an email invitation to join the Virtual Roundtable the morning of the webinar. Please check spam/junk folders if you do not receive it.

DL Roundtable: A Deep Dive into Land Entitlement for Development

Wednesday, July 29, 3:30-4:30 p.m. ET

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This is an exclusive program for NAIOP Developing Leaders. Groups are limited to 40 registrants, first-come, first-served, so don’t wait to sign up!

As commercial real estate developers, we often find ourselves entrenched in a battle over zoning and entitlement disputes. Developing Leaders are invited to join Sal Perdomo, Senior Development Associate with Titan Development, Ltd., for an interactive discussion about land entitlement for development. Share your real-world examples of both successful and challenging land entitlement projects, and the positive and negative impacts they have had on the ultimate development. Connect with other DLs working on similar issues in this special roundtable.



Content and strategies shared on Virtual Roundtables are intended to provide information and insights to industry practitioners and do not constitute advice or recommendations. NAIOP disclaims any liability for actions taken as a result of these discussions. Participants agree to review and comply with the NAIOP Antitrust Policy.

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