NAIOP News  

October 21, 2021

Is It Time To Reevaluate How We Rank Real Estate Markets?

The NAIOP Research Foundation has developed a two-dimensional model for evaluating and comparing metropolitan office and industrial markets that simultaneously evaluates multiple market characteristics such as size and risk, avoiding some of the limitations of traditional one-dimensional market rankings.

October 12, 2021

Commercial Real Estate Industry Sentiment Returns to Pre-Pandemic Level

NAIOP, which has created a commercial real estate industry Sentiment Index, reports that sentiment has increased from April and returned to pre-pandemic levels, according to the results from the Fall 2021 survey.

October 07, 2021

Tell Us Why You Should Speak at NAIOP's Industrial Conferences

Our conference planning committees is planning next year's industrial conferences. Are you an expert willing to share your knowledge? Let us know why you should speak at CRE’s top industrial conference.

September 28, 2021

Meet 2021 Developer of the Year: Hudson Pacific Properties

Watch the presentation of the 2021 Developer of the Year Award to Hudson Pacific Properties.

September 13, 2021

NAIOP Selects Four Outstanding Young Professionals to Receive 2021 Developing Leaders Award

NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, has selected four professionals to receive its prestigious 2021 Developing Leaders Award. The annual award honors exceptional professionals under the age of 35 for their remarkable professional accomplishments, strong leadership and significant community involvement. The winners will be recognized during NAIOP's CRE.Converge 2021, Sept. 27-29, in Miami Beach, Florida.

August 24, 2021

Walt Rakowich’s Key Watchword for Leaders: “It’s Not About You”

Connect CRE article previews a keynote address at I.CON West: The Industrial Conference, Aug. 31-Sept. 1, in Long Beach, California.

August 16, 2021

NAIOP Industrial Space Forecast: Demand is Exceeding Supply

Driven by sustained growth in e-commerce, demand for industrial real estate continues to outpace supply, leading to increases in net absorption for the rest of the year and through 2022, according to NAIOP’s Industrial Space Demand Forecast.