NAIOP Charlotte News
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Register for the 2019 REBIC Public Policy Forum with guest speaker Michael Stegman, author of the white paper "Eliminating Exclusionary Zoning Should be the Civil Rights Issue of Our Time."
NAIOP is the nation's leading trade organization dedicated to representing industrial, office, retail and related commercial real estate.  
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We are now accepting nominations for the NAIOP NC Project of the Year awards. The Project of the Year Awards are given annually to project teams to recognize outstanding commercial development in North and South Carolina.
Held on Wednesday, December 18, 2019, at the Charlotte City Club, NAIOP Charlotte elected the 2020 Board of Directors and announced the winner of their Award of Excellence.
The mentorship program provides DL members with valuable opportunities for personal and professional growth through focused, one-on-one sessions with leaders in commercial real estate. Due to high participation, all sessions have been booked.
Join us in welcoming the newest members of NAIOP Charlotte!
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The Charlotte Land Development Standards Committee has determined that various details in the CLDSM need to be revised or added as Revision No. 19 of the CLDSM. DRAFT updated details are available on the CLDSM website at in a PDF marked up with revision clouds and revision notes.
Last week, the House Committee on Financial Services unanimously (57-0) passed a bipartisan bill that would extend the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program (TRIA) for seven years. The reauthorization of TRIA can now move to the floor of the full House of Representatives.
The Charlotte City Council voted to approve updates to the sign and tree ordinances. NAIOP Charlotte supported the proposed text amendments to the Tree Ordinance.
   Industry/Local News
The Urban Design Center in the City of Charlotte’s Planning, Design, and Development department is leading the effort of using urban design and placemaking to transform underutilized public spaces into vibrant places for people with their own projects while creating opportunities for neighborhoods to use placemaking to promote community collaboration and accomplish public space goals.
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.
The NAIOP Research Foundation has published the NAIOP Office Space Demand Forecast for Q4 2019.
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