News Flash | September 21st

NAIOP Charlotte Blog Has Officially Launched!

Get the latest updates through NAIOP Charlotte’s online newsletter including 2011 Golf Tournament winners, news flashes, industry news and event details.

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Annual SPPACE BBQ with the Candidates

2011 SPPACE BBQ will be held on Thursday, October 6th at 5:00 pm at The Palmer Building (2601 E. 7th St.).

Tickets are $30 each and it is a great opportunity to hear some great bluegrass music, eat some tasty BBQ, drink some cold beer (we’ll also have iced tea and lemonade), and mix and mingle with their peers and the candidates.  The SPPACE BBQ provides an opportunity for our members to meet the 2011 Charlotte Mayoral and City Council, CMS School Board, and outlying Towns’ Mayoral and Town Board candidates. 

To get your tickets, you can purchase them from a NAIOP Board Member, at the NAIOP office, or by credit card(www.rebic.com/paypal_page.html) with your ticket held at the door. Remember only cash, personal checks, or personal credit cards can be accepted.

The money raised from the ticket sales goes towards paying for the BBQ expenses and whatever funds are left are used to help elect qualified candidates who support continued economic growth and the interests of the real estate and building industry.

For more information, visit www.rebic.com or call 704-940-3171.

2011 Golf Tournament Winners

2011 NAIOP Charlotte & CRCBR Annual Golf Tournament

Thank you to everyone who came out on Monday, October 12th for the NAIOP Charlotte & CRCBR Annual Golf Tournament at Carolina Golf Club.  We enjoyed beautiful weather and a great time was had by all.

Congratulations to this year’s winners:

  • Putting Contest
    Stephen Woodard, Brett Boner, Mark Newell, and Marsh Spencer (tie)
  • Closest to the Pin (#12)
    Preston Fred Griffith
  • Closest to the Pin (#16)
    Scotty Beam
  • Longest Drive (#6)
    Keith Rains
  • Longest Drive (#17)
    Marc Horgan
  • First Place Net
    Darryl Smith, Mike Boyd, Ron Steinbrink, and Paul Webber
  • Second Place Net
    Andrew McCollough, Charley Leavitt, and Chris Schaaf
  • Third Place Net
    Brooks Bostic, Doug Curley, Grant Autry, and Keith Raines
  • First Place Gross
    Ned Austin, Mac Barksdale, Brian Crutcher, and Michael Teague
  • Second Place Gross
    Bo Smith, Brett Boner, Marsh Spencer, and George Macon
  • Third Place Gross
    Marshall Williamson, Craig Carlisle, Chase Allen, and Ralph Oldham

We would also like to congratulate Marshall Williamson for getting a hole-in-one on hole #9.

Thank you to everyone who purchased mulligans, we raised $1,320 for SPPACE.

For more information and photos, click here

News Flash – September 6, 2011

Call to Action!
Encourage City Council to Approve PCCO Changes

On August 22, the City Council’s Environment Committee began debate on a proposed package of changes to the Post Construction Controls Ordinance (PCCO). These changes would remove the natural area requirements and expand a mitigation fee option to all redevelopment sites in the city on a 2-year trial basis. REBIC supports the changes, but Council is getting a tremendous amount of opposition from tree advocates and the environmental lobby. The committee will take up the proposal again at its next meeting on September 26, and is expected to take a vote at that time.
 
In the new few weeks, our industry needs to let Council know how important these changes are to economic development and job growth. Please click HERE to review the proposed changes, and then use the attached letter (Word document) to make your voice heard on this critical issue! If you have any questions, please feel free to call Joe Padilla at REBIC, (704) 940-3174.
 
The attached letter is provided for your use in e-mailing members of the City Council Environment Committee on the proposed changes to the PCCO. Please feel free to add any personal remarks or examples you may have before sending.
 
The members of the Environment Committee are:
· Councilman Edwin Peacock (Chair): epeacock@charlottenc.gov
· Councilwoman Nancy Carter (Vice Chair): n3157w@yahoo.com 
· Councilman David Howard: dhoward@cmhp.org 
· Councilman Andy Dulin: adulin@charlottenc.gov 
· Councilman Jason Burgess: jasonburgess@charlottenc.gov


Legislative Lunch with House Speaker Tillis
 
Wednesday, September 14th, 12:00 pm -1:30 pm
Charlotte Regional Realtor® Association Building
1201 Greenwood Cliff, Charlotte, NC 28204

NC House Speaker Thom Tillis will discuss:
· How Charlotte Fared in the 2011 Legislative Session
· What to Expect in the 2012 Session
· Implications for the Real Estate and Building Industry
 
Suggested Contribution – $20 per person

Supporting the Shelter Providers Political Action Committee Enterprise (SPPACE)
 
To RSVP, visit www.REBIC.com or call 704-940-3171.

Lunch With A Leader Success with Sue Myrick

Over 25 NAIOP Charlotte members sat with Representative Sue Myrick on August 22nd at the Lunch With A Leader

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Lunch With A Leader | August 22nd

Join Us for Lunch With A Leader
Limited Number of Seats Available

Sue Myrick, US Representative, 9th District

August 22nd, 2011
11:45 am – 1:30 pm
Charlotte Regional Partnership
NASCAR Plaza

Lunch with a Leader! Our August 2011 guest, Sue Myrick, joins us for an intimate luncheon to present what’s new and to answer our questions.

Registration
This is a NAIOP Charlotte members only event. The cost is $15 a person and includes a box lunch. Registration cutoff for this event is August 17, 2011.

News Flash – June 7, 2011

NAIOP Charlotte Members Featured at
2nd Annual InterFace Carolinas Conference

June 15, 2011
7:30 am – 1:45 pm
Charlotte Convention Center
501 S. College Street

France Publications’ InterFace Conference Group, Southeast Real Estate Business and the Carolinas Commercial Properties E-Newsletter are pleased to hold the 2nd Annual InterFace Carolinas information and networking conference. Last year’s event attracted over 300 attendees and we expect an even larger crowd of office, industrial, multifamily and retail property owners, investors, developers, brokers, lenders and others allied to the industry at this year’s event.

This year, Chris Thomas and Tom Coyle of Childress Klein and Jon Morris of Beacon Partners, three of NAIOP Charlotte’s own, are speaking amongst some of North and South Carolina’s top bankers, investors, developers, brokers and other service providers.

The cost to attend this year’s event is $185 for the first registrant of each company and $145 for each additional registrants from the same companies.

For more information about the 2nd Annual InterFace Carolinas, visit www.interfaceconferencegroup.com/carolinas.