CEO on Leadership: Jordan Lott, President and Founder, Lake Washington Partners

By: Ron Derven, contributing editor, Development Winter 2017/2018 Issue

The president of this Issaquah, Washington-based real estate management and development firm offers his perspective on being a developer.

It's All Up to You

By: Jonathan Tratt, principal, Tratt Properties, LLC, and 2017 NAIOP Chairman Winter 2017/2018 Issue

As I conclude my time as chairman, I offer my appreciation for the honor of leading this organization.

Sound Bites From NAIOP’s National Research Directors Meeting and CRE.Converge

Winter 2017/2018 Issue

Sound Bites From NAIOP’s National Research Directors Meeting in Herndon, Virginia, and CRE.Converge 2017 in Chicago:

Developing Leaders on the Future of CRE

By: Marie Ruff, communications senior manager, NAIOP Winter 2017/2018 Issue

NAIOP’s 2017 Developing Leaders Award recipients offer their insights.

Perspectives Articles from Previous Issues

By: Ron Derven, contributing editor, Development
Fall 2017 Issue
The president and COO of this Milwaukee-based diversified commercial real estate development company shares her insights on the industry.
By: Hannah Buckles, member services associate, NAIOP
Fall 2017 Issue
NAIOP has awarded its second Diversity CRE Scholarships to graduate and undergraduate students in commercial real estate from backgrounds that have traditionally been underrepresented in the industry.
By: Jonathan Tratt, principal, Tratt Properties, LLC, and 2017 NAIOP Chairman
Fall 2017 Issue
Technology is rapidly revolutionizing business, politics and even fashion
By: Various
Fall 2017 Issue
Sound Bites from I.CON ‘17: Impact Projects and I.CON ’17: Trends and Forecasts
By: Alex Ford
Summer 2017 Issue
Uncertainty about how the Trump administration will fulfill its promises to vastly decrease the number of federal regulations is creating uncertainty for the CRE industry.
By: Kelvin Tetz, partner, and Greg Martin, partner and national real estate practice leader, Moss Adams LLP
Summer 2017 Issue
Local and regional developers who want to build relationships with institutional investors will need to implement these reporting and operating guidelines.
By: Jonathan Tratt, principal, Tratt Properties, LLC, and 2017 NAIOP Chairman
Summer 2017 Issue
As I write this, much is happening politically that impacts each of our businesses.
By: Ron Derven, contributing editor, Development
Summer 2017 Issue
The president of an Atlanta-based diversified investment and development company offers his perspectives on the industry.
By: Ron Derven
Spring 2017 Issue
The CEO of the Canadian operation of a major global real estate services firm with more than 43,000 employees in over 60 countries offers his perspectives on leading and growing the business up north.


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