CANCELED: NAIOP NC Statewide Conference

2015 NAIOP NC Statewide Conference is CANCELED due to expected inclement weather.

If you are registered to attend:

Pinehurst Resort will automatically cancel your room and refund your deposit. Please call 1-855-318-2887 for questions regarding your room.

The NC Governor has declared a state of emergency due to the forecasted inclement weather.

The 2015 NAIOP NC Statewide Conference Committee will follow up with details about possible rescheduling dates and or refunds. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Top CRE Legislative Issues for 2015

Advocacy ensures that the commercial real estate industry has a strong voice on Capitol Hill. Frequent engagement with lawmakers, administration officials and regulators by NAIOP members and staff is imperative in order to educate policy makers about issues that affect the welfare of our industry.

Download the 2015 Federal Issues Agenda today to stay informed about NAIOP’s priority issues for the year. Read in-depth information about important subjects such as:

  • Tax reform.
  • Tax extenders.
  • Carried interest taxation.
  • 1031 exchanges (like-kind exchanges).
  • Internet sales tax (e-fairness).
  • Energy.
  • Transportation/infrastructure investment.
  • Wetlands.
  • Endangered Species Act reform (ESA).

NAIOP Source Updates 2/3

White House Submits FY 2016 Budget Proposal to Congress

The president’s fiscal 2016 proposed budget contains a number of new programs geared toward middle-income families, and raises taxes on higher income families and corporations. House and Senate Republicans have already voiced opposition to aspects of the President’s proposals, including the proposed tax increases. Read More

 

The Impact of E-Commerce on CRE

GlobeSt.com talked with Thomas Bisacquino, NAIOP President and CEO, about how e-commerce has changed commercial real estate development and what we can expect in the future. Read More

 

PacMutual Campus: From Aging LA Landmark to Lifestyle Offices

Explore the conversion of an outdated downtown L.A. office complex into a modern, in-demand space. Read More

 

Vancouver’s Unique Industrial-Residential Building

Construction is scheduled to begin this month on Vancouver’s first effort to combine industrial and residential space in a single building — and most of the residential units have already been sold. Read More