NAIOP Charlotte News
NAIOP is the nation’s leading trade organization representing the commercial real estate development industry including industrial, office, mixed-use, retail, multi-family, and related commercial real estate providers. NAIOP Charlotte Chapter offers opportunities for networking, education, advocacy and business exchange. Visit for more information.
   Upcoming Events
Join NAIOP Charlotte for breakfast and a presentation by Ted Abernathy, Managing Partner, Economic Leadership discussing the state of the economy and emphasizing the external influences that will shape it over the next few years.
Join NAIOP Charlotte Developing Leaders for a mobile tour of Hazel SouthPark, followed by networking at Reid's Fine Foods.
Save the date for the NAIOP Annual Meeting featuring “It’s Not About the Candidate:  The Real Scoop on the RNC.” Learn about the real potential the RNC has for our community and the future relationships that can lead to growth for Charlotte. 
   Member News
Thank you to everyone who came out on Monday, September 30, for the NAIOP Charlotte & CRCBR Annual Golf Tournament at Carolina Golf Club. Thank You to all our Participants and Sponsors!
We are proud to introduce our new association members.
At the October 21 City Council Meeting, NAIOP Charlotte supported the proposed text amendments to the Tree Ordinance.
Save the date for the 2020 Statewide Conference on March 21-22 in Pinehurst, NC.  Check back for more information at
Members on the Move
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We have combined forces to create the Commercial Real Estate PAC (for all NAIOP, CBC and CRCBR Members). CRE-PAC allows us to further strengthen relationships with our local and state elected officials by supporting candidates who understand and support the interests of our industry, regardless of the candidate's party affiliation. Click here to find out more or click here to contribute today.
Members of NAIOP’s three North Carolina chapters (Charlotte, North Carolina Piedmont Triad and Raleigh Durham) converged in Raleigh to take part in the annual event. They discussed topics that are important to NAIOP North Carolina including economic development, tax reform and regulatory reform.
The Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works held a hearing on the need for a multiyear reauthorization of highway transportation infrastructure programs. Expanded infrastructure investment, for surface transportation and for broader infrastructure needs, is one of NAIOP’s 2019 legislative priority issues.
Charlotte City Council voted Monday night on controversial amendments to the Noise Ordinance, but REBIC and our partner associations have successfully advocated for the removal of a highly problematic provision that impacted home builders, developers and general contractors.
   Industry/Local News
E-commerce is driving growth in neighborhoods where malls used to stand tall, and multistory is the name of the game in industrial development today. In Brooklyn, an 18-acre site in the Red Hook district will be the future home to a four-story, 1.3-million-square-foot distribution center – the largest multistory warehouse in the U.S.
The NAIOP Research Foundation has published a new report titled "Profiles in the Evolution of Suburban Office Parks," by Dustin C. Read, Ph.D./J.D. The author interviewed five developers who have recently updated suburban office parks in the United States and Canada to learn how they made these properties relevant for today's market.
A report published by the NAIOP Research Foundation in July, "Addressing the Workforce Skills Gap in Construction and CRE-related Trades," examines how employers are partnering with local communities in innovative training and recruitment programs to boost the supply of skilled construction workers in both urban and rural areas.
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Thank you to our 2019 Cornerstone Sponsors
Balfour Beatty | Batson-Cook Construction | Bohler Engineering
Choate Construction Company | ECS Southeast, LLP | InterCon Building Corporation | Northwood Development LLC | Rodgers Builders, Inc
Beacon Partners | Childress Klein | Clancy & Theys Construction Company | ColeJenest & Stone, P.A. | Elliott Davis | GreerWalker | Horack Talley Pharr & Lowndes | KDC Real Estate Development & Investments | LandDesign | Lincoln Harris | MCI | NOVA Engineering | SteelFab | Trinity Capital Advisors