Membership Information & Benefits
If you own, manage, invest in, or provide services to the real estate industry — you belong in NAIOP!
NAIOP Membership provides the knowledge, contacts and regulatory support you need to be successful in today’s market.
NAIOP provides unparalleled networking opportunities, allowing you to meet important industry contacts and raise awareness of your company.
Principal Full Member
The first individual employed by an organization whose primary business is development, ownership, management of or investment in industrial, office, mixed-use or related commercial real estate.
Associate Full Member
The first individual employed by a company or organization who provides products or services to the industrial, office, mixed-use or related commercial real estate firm who belong to the same chapter.
An Individual involved as a developer, owner, investor, asset manager or those providing services in commercial real estate who is 35 years or younger when applying for membership.
The fourth or subsequent (*) individual employed by the Associate or Principal firm, who all belong to the same chapter.
Full Public Official
Any individual employed by a local, state or federal government or a non-profit organization.
Affiliate Public Official
The second or subsequent person from the same organization joining the same chapter as the Full Public Official.
Any full-time professor who is not otherwise employed in the industrial, office, mixed-use or related commercial real estate industry.
Any full-time student who is not otherwise employed in the industrial, office, mixed-use or related commercial real estate industry.
Available to colleges and universities offering undergraduate and/or graduate programs in real estate.
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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.