CEO on Leadership: Tony Panzica, CEO, Panzica Construction Company

By: Ron Derven Fall 2019 Issue

The leader of this Cleveland-based construction firm offers his perspectives on the industry and on transitioning his company to the next generation of leadership.

Finding Meaningful Ways to Give Back

By: Greg Fuller Fall 2019 Issue

During nearly every chapter visit, I’ve made it a priority to talk with Developing Leaders (DLs), our members who are 35 years of age or less.

From the Editor: Connections, Resiliency, Giving Back

By: Jennifer LeFurgy, Ph.D. Fall 2019 Issue

In what has been the longest economic expansion since such records began in 1854, commercial real estate experienced tremendous gains, especially within the industrial and multifamily sectors.

Six Students Receive NAIOP Diversity Scholarships

By: Hannah Buckles Fall 2019 Issue

For the fourth year, the association has awarded scholarships to graduate and undergraduate commercial real estate students from a wide range of backgrounds.

Chapter Profile: NAIOP Greater Toronto

By: Trey Barrineau Fall 2019 Issue

Canada’s largest city has a strong economy that’s attracting real estate investors from all over the world.

Can We Fix the Interstate Highway System?

By: Robert Dunphy Fall 2019 Issue

A new study says tolls and gas taxes are possible funding solutions to pay for much-needed repairs to this critical piece of transportation infrastructure.

Perspectives Articles from Previous Issues

By: Jennifer LeFurgy, Ph.D.
Summer 2019 Issue
The digital revolution is shifting how we relate to each other and the world.
By: Rich Tucker
Summer 2019 Issue
Five members of the association’s Deal and Investment Concepts Forum tell how members bond through relevant, in-depth conversations in a noncompetitive setting.
By: Ron Derven
Summer 2019 Issue
The leader of this Atlanta, Georgia, industrial development firm reflects on its purchase by two Canadian public pension funds and its strategy to develop logistics buildings in coastal and gateway markets.
By: James Eldredge
Summer 2019 Issue
How often should you review your property insurance policy to make sure you’re fully covered?
By: Trey Barrineau
Summer 2019 Issue
Foxconn has grabbed a lot of headlines, but that’s not the only thing going on in commercial real estate in the Badger State.
By: Trey Barrineau
Summer 2019 Issue
Industry leaders share advice on how to turn lofty ideals into concrete plans for action.
By: Greg Fuller
Summer 2019 Issue
We’re halfway through 2019, and the general outlook of our members remains positive as the industry and economy continue to operate on all cylinders.
By: Jennifer LeFurgy, Ph.D.
Spring 2019 Issue
I’m pleased to be the new editor-in-chief of Development magazine.
By: Ron Derven
Spring 2019 Issue
The leader of this Falls Church, Virginia, turnkey construction company and general contractor encourages young workers “to never stop learning and seeking new challenges.”


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This issue includes a cover story on the Judson Mill District, a mixed-use textile mill revitalization project in Greenville, South Carolina. Other feature articles shine a spotlight on two innovative redevelopment projects that are converting closed auto assembly sites into new uses; the first locally grown, locally sourced mass timber building in the Southeast (Atlanta); and Marquette University’s Summer CRE High School Immersion Program.

Winter20232024Archive Winter 2023/2024 Issue

The winter 2023/2024 issue of Development magazine includes the boom in data center real estate development, economist’s take on what’s working and what’s not working in commercial real estate, a perspective on how artificial intelligence may reshape real estate, and a report on the outlook for capital markets, office, retail and industrial real estate.  

Cover Fall 2023 Issue

The fall 2023 issue of Development magazine features a cover story on NAIOP’s Developer of the Year, VanTrust Real Estate. Other articles include a look at a logistics prototype for dense urban areas, a conversation with author and demographer Joel Kotkin and the challenging renovation of a Seattle landmark.