NAIOP Charlotte Summer 2020
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
The always sold-out industry golf tournament hosted by NAIOP Charlotte & CRCBR is happening this year! On September 28, get your company name in front of brokers and developers, and catch up (from a safe distance) with your industry peers.
As COVID continues to take a toll on the world, come learn about real estate repurposing, relocating people and companies, reshoring, remote everything, robots, ROI, and rising risk during this virtual event on the state of the economy and gain insight into what it will now look like over the next couple of years.
   Member News
The majority of one-on-one meetings between DLs and Mentors were able to take place prior to social distancing and some have taken place virtually! Both Mentors and Mentees thought this year's program was enjoyable and successful.
It's time once again for Business North Carolina's annual Building NC Awards--for commercial real estate projects with the greatest impact and most innovative designs, to be featured in our November issue.
NAIOP NC, comprised of NAIOP Charlotte, NAIOP Piedmont Triad, and NAIOP Raleigh Durham, is proud to recognize projects that positively influence our communities and industry in North Carolina.
NAIOP conducted its fifth monthly survey of its U.S. members on the impacts of COVID-19 on commercial real estate and how firms have responded.
NC Representative Jay Adams announced the passage of NC House Bill 1105 that will directly provide positive economic impact for Catawba County and Future Jobs.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced revised prohibitions and restrictions to protect lives in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Federal Reserve last week announced it was ending its longstanding practice of preemptively hiking interest rates to stave off inflation.
U.S. Federal Reserve officials agreed on the need for additional government action to support the economy, according to minutes from the July 28 meeting.
   Industry/Local News
The second-quarter contraction in commercial real estate (CRE) capital markets evokes memories of the significant liquidity and price discovery challenges encountered during the global financial crisis (GFC).
As global markets, economies and governments marshal their resources to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, real estate professionals must assess their options to address and absorb the impact.
COVID-19 spurs demand for e-commerce, but recession produces headwinds for industrial real estate.
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Thank you to our 2020 Cornerstone Sponsors
Balfour Beatty | Batson-Cook Construction | Bohler | Choate Construction Company | Crescent Communities | ColeJenest & Stone | ECS Southeast, LLP | InterCon Building Corporation | Northwood Development LLC | Rodgers Builders, Inc
Asana Partners | Barnhill Contracting | Beacon Partners | Childress Klein | Clancy & Theys Construction Company | Elliott Davis | GreerWalker | KDC Real Estate Development & Investments | LandDesign | Lincoln Harris | MCI | McIntosh Law Firm | NOVA Engineering | SteelFab | Trinity Capital Advisors | Truliant Federal Credit Union
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