EVENTS & EDUCATION
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Basic Real Estate Finance is designed to provide entry level professionals with the skills necessary to analyze the financial feasibility of real estate investment opportunities. It provides a step-by-step approach for completing a financial feasibility analysis. Students will become more familiar with real estate market participants, valuation fundamentals, determinants of real estate returns, the impact of leverage on real estate investments, and interactions between the real estate space market and the capital market. This course is ideal for developers, asset managers and owners who have very little financial analysis experience. It will therefore emphasize fundamentals and will not delve into more complex issues that are covered in NAIOP’s Advanced Real Estate Finance course.
Advanced Development Practices is a sequel to the Essentials of the Development Process and builds on the concept of a Development Matrix where the seven stages of Real Estate Development are combined with the eight Tasks required in each stage to produce a 56-cell matrix.
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Join the Chapter for breakfast and chapter updates.
Find out what is going on in the committees and how you can get involved.
Recap events and initiatives from this past season
Participate in planning for events for the upcoming Fall
Years of Service Awards to be presented
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Today’s buildings are being transformed and revitalized in radical ways to reach a new generation of workers who are disrupting the business-as-usual model. Join this dynamic panel to understand forces driving the shift, how the market has responded and what the future holds.
Kick off your day with expertise and insights in an engaging conversation with Francis Greenburger, Time Equities, Inc.
NAIOP NYC will again partner with the Suburban NY/Connecticut Chapter for this event.
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The Financial Analysis of Development Projects course provides a combination of analytical theory and practical tools needed to evaluate the financial feasibility of complex value added and opportunistic real estate investments. This includes speculative land, land development, and commercial and residential rehabilitation and development for all property types: office, industrial, retail, multi-family and mixed-use. Accounting, risk management, taxation, capital markets and organizational issues influencing the financial viability of these real estate projects will also be considered and discussed.
The Site Feasibility and Market Analysis course is designed for the intermediate experienced- level real estate professional. The course starts with an analysis of macro- economics that drive and support the demand for real estate development. Students explore how to navigate through the capital considerations of a project to include the cost and availability of financing. The underlying contributors to supply, what drives the demand for development and the potential political, legal and regulatory challenges are also examined.
Gensler’s designers converted the office into an architecturally significant space with elements that add up to a new way of working. Gensler occupies 120,000 square feet in the Theatre District, taking up the second through the sixth floors of a 42-story office tower on Broadway between 53rd and 54th streets, allowing for the firm’s continued growth.
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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.