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About the Foundation
The NAIOP Research Foundation fosters building better communities through practical research and education that advances the quality and makes evident the benefits of commercial real estate ownership and development.
The Foundation's research projects, educational programs and outreach activities have a united purpose: to support developers, owners and others involved in commercial real estate to meet and exceed the needs and expectations of our communities, now and in the future.
Everyone involved in the work of the Foundation is a member of a community that is being shaped and created by commercial real estate development. It is this sense of purpose, ownership, trust and giving back that drives our work. Among the Foundation’s activities are:
- Conducting research activities on how real properties, particularly office, industrial and mixed-use properties, impact and benefit communities throughout North America
- Developing resources and disseminating research findings for individuals and organizations engaged in real estate development, investment and operations to plan and develop better communities
- Building the capacity of the profession's current and future leadership to address economic and other challenges the industry faces, and to successfully capitalize on new trends.
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Meet Our Distinguished Fellows
Meet the NAIOP Distinguished Fellows who help bridge the gap between the practicing commercial real estate community and the academic community.
Mirle Rabinowitz Bussell, Ph.D.UC San Diego
George D. Cashman Ph.D.Marquette University
Suzanne Lanyi Charles, Ph.D.Cornell University
Jim Clayton, Ph.D.Schulich School of Business at York University
Morris Davis, Ph.D.Rutgers Business School
Mark J. Eppli, Ph.D.University of Wisconsin-Madison
Mariya Letdin, Ph.D.Florida State University, College of Business
Emil Malizia, Ph.D.University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dustin Read, Ph.D.Clemson University
Spenser Robinson, Ph.D.Central Michigan University
Brian Schwagerl, J.D.New York University
Mark StappArizona State University
Zhou Yang, Ph.D.Robert Morris University
Hybrid Work and the Future of Office
Adapting to a New Paradigm in Occupier Demand
The NAIOP Research Foundation commissioned this report to examine the current state of hybrid work and how it affects the office sector. The study draws from survey and market data provided by CBRE to explore how occupiers are approaching their use of office space, and the building locations, features and amenities they prioritize.Read the Report