EVENTS & EDUCATION
The NAIOP NYC Chapter invites you to its annual North River Lobster Co. Boat Cruise and Happy Hour on Thursday, June 30, 2022. Guests will enjoy early sunset views of the New York City skyline along the Hudson River while networking with industry professionals. NAIOP NYC Members and Non-Member Guests are all welcome. Space is limited.
Come join us for a night of indoor golf at Five Iron Herald Square. The event fee is $120/pp and will include golf, food, and open bar.
A skills competition will be held with prizes for long drive and closest to pin.
Examine the biggest trends in commercial real estate employment so you can make more strategic hiring and business decisions. Join these two experts for a discussion on how the pandemic has reshaped the talent management industry, recent findings on industry employment trends and compensation, recruitment and retention tactics, and the future of the commercial real estate workforce.
Christopher Lee, President and CEO, CEL & Associates
Marc Torrey, Vice President, SelectLeaders
Jim Costello with RCA (Head of Real Estate Economics MSCI – Chief Economist MSCI) presents on the 2022 Market Outlook for CRE
The first ten minutes will be dedicated to chapter business for NAIOP NYC members. After which, the event will be opened to both members and non-members for the featured presentation on economic fundamentals affecting CRE in 2022.
The event will be hybrid allowing both in person and virtual attendance.
Members – Free
Non-Members – $60
The NAIOP NYC Developing Leaders Committee invites you to attend virtual monthly meetings to highlight upcoming chapter events, introduce new members and present industry highlights. To kick-off the 2022 calendar year, our fellow Developing Leaders Co-Chair Ashkán Zandieh will present on the Future of Proptech and Venture Capital on Thursday February 10, 2022, from 9:30 to 10:00am. Ashkán is the Chair at the Center for Real Estate Technology & Innovation (creti.org), a global real estate tech research center and think tank.
In this webinar, experts from Bridge Investment Group will discuss data-driven methodologies for identifying the industrial sector’s prime growth markets with long-term growth potential. Explore how to analyze top-down demographic and macroeconomic data inputs in conjunction with bottom-up submarket metrics to develop relative value insights and drive market selection. Q&A to follow.
NAIOP celebrates and empowers those who step up to lead their local chapter. You motivate volunteers, delegate tasks and manage schedules. You raise awareness, conduct community outreach and demonstrate the value of membership. You contribute your time, your expertise, and your dollars. NAIOP provides the annual Chapter Leadership & Legislative Retreat for you.
AI, data and automation technologies are upending traditional real estate investing and lending processes already today. Advanced technologies speed up deal screening and execution, cut deal processing costs, and dramatically increase market information transparency – enabling confident data-driven decision-making and increased ROI. In this webinar, experts will share practical applications of automation and AI in property investment and asset management used today by leading investors and asset managers, new alternative data sources used for more comprehensive investment analyses, and how to optimize property screening and acquisition process to secure the best deals.
Laura Krashakova, CEO, SpaceQuant
NAIOP Corporate: Researching and Evaluating Market Opportunities: A Two-Dimensional Approach Webinar
Traditional one-dimensional tier and ranking systems (primary/secondary markets, etc.) can be helpful in prioritizing markets, but they also have limitations. A recent report from the NAIOP Research Foundation, “A Two-Dimensional Approach to Evaluating Commercial Real Estate Markets,” offers an alternative approach: using two-dimensional analysis allows for simultaneously evaluating multiple factors, such as size and risk. In this webinar, the authors of the Foundation report will discuss how upgrading to a grid-type analysis can help investors and developers identify their target markets faster and more reliably, aligning their strategy and risk tolerance to the markets that will offer the greatest opportunity.
Maria Sicola, Co-founding Partner, Heybrook West
Charles Warren, Ph.D., Co-founding Partner, Heybrook West
Megan Weiner, Managing and Co-founding Partner, Heybrook West
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The Sponsorship Committee meets bi-annually and oversees and consults on sponsorship initiatives and prospective partnerships, determines and defines value propositions, prospect opportunities and pricing. The committee also participates in member outreach to solicit new partnerships.
Programs & Special Events Committee
The Programs & Events Planning Committee is responsible for organizing NAIOP New York City’s activities, special events, programs and networking opportunities. This committee meets quarterly to propose new ideas for NAIOP’s calendar of events. The Events Planning Committee works closely with the Executive board to actively promote programs.
The Membership Committee meets quarterly and develops strategies for attracting and retaining members, follows up on leads with personal contacts and invitations for prospects to join. The committee also hosts new member orientation receptions, provides input and consultation to membership drive events, chapter value propositions and marketing.