Congratulations to Our 2015 Golf Tournament Winners!

Thank you to everyone who came out on Monday, September 14, for the NAIOP Charlotte & CRCBR Annual Golf Tournament at Carolina Golf Club. We enjoyed a great day on the golf course.

Congratulations to all of our tournament winners!

GROSS Winners

Our first place winners based on GROSS were:

  • AM Flight
    Tom Fitzgerald, Barry Fabyan, Charley Leavitt, Ross Howard
  • PM Flight
    Steve Gosselin, Tom Catone, John Hunter, Erik Freeburg

Our second place winners based on GROSS were:

  • AM Flight
    Ben Wilhelm, Keith Bell, Greg Copps, Matt Ventimiglia
  • PM Flight
    Barry Stocker, Ralph Oldham, Kevin Doherty, Mark Schadler

Our third place winners based on GROSS were:

  • AM Flight
    Rob  Reddick, Mitchell Puckett, Rhyne Cannon, Frank Bryant
  • PM Flight
    Dimitri Mavropoulos, David Stanford, Tim Garrison, Maxwell Hank

NET Winners

Our first place winners based on NET were:

  • AM Flight
    Chip Pope, John Hunter, Donny Hicks, Scott Millar
  • PM Flight
    Jessica Brown, Kevin Link, Mark Simmons, Kim Simmons

Our second place winners based on NET were:

  • AM Flight
    Montgomery Morris, Shaw Cornelson, Adam Farber, David Gaston
  • PM Flight
    Steve Hoots, Steve Fijalkowski, John Dosser, Jeremy Scharpenberg

Our third place winners based on NET were:

  • AM Flight
    Deane True, Bob Jones, John Hadley, George Kornegay
  • PM Flight
    Will Caulder, Josh Schlechty, Dan Heath, John Taylor

Contest Winners

Closest to Pin Sponsored by American Asset Corporation

  • AM Flight
    Donny Hicks
  • PM Flight
    Davis Strawn

Closest to Pin Sponsored by KDC Real Estate Development & Investments

  • AM Flight
    George Kornegay
  • PM Flight
    Chris Plate

Longest Drive Contest Sponsored by Cline Design

  • AM Flight
    Mitchell Puckett
  • PM Flight
    Charlie Eadie

Longest Drive Contest Sponsored by Spectrum Properties

  • AM Flight
    Sean McCarthy
  • PM Flight
    Charlie Swanson

Photos from the day

Thank you again to all of our participants and sponsors. For a full list of sponsors click here.


NAIOP Source Updates 9/15

How Cost Segregation Studies Boost ROI

To maximize after-tax cash flow, consider accelerating depreciation deductions through the use of cost segregation studies. Read More


Climate Change Legislation Fails to Pass Before Session Adjournment in California

The California State Legislature adjourned on Friday without taking action on two controversial climate change bills opposed by NAIOP California that would have negatively impacted the commercial real estate industry across the state. Read More

NEW! 2015 NAIOP CRE Compensation Survey

NAIOP MEMBERS — Order by October 30 and save $250!


The 2015 NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Compensation Survey Is Now Available!
This report provides current data by nearly 400 companies on nearly 200 positions reflecting more than 120,000 distinct jobs, in office, industrial and retail, including executives and key personnel in the fields of acquisitions, development, leasing, management, financing and more.

Information is presented by:

  • Four levels of company size
  • Company type (private and public)
  • Seven real estate specializations
  • Seven U.S. regions and 28 metro areas

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NAIOP Source Updates 9/9

Environmentalist Lawsuit Withdrawn After NAIOP Massachusetts Intervenes

NAIOP Massachusetts achieved an important legal victory with the withdrawal of a federal lawsuit by environmental advocacy groups that sought to compel the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to establish a new, duplicative and burdensome stormwater control (discharge) program. Read More


Click-to-Knock: E-commerce and CRE

From the “click” of the customer’s online order and the “knock” on their door announcing its delivery, e-commerce has picked up speed at a dizzying pace and retailers are working round-the-clock to meet delivery demands. Read More


Factors in Heath Care Leasing

From HIPPA to medical waste to zoning and the ACA, issues surrounding leases for health care facilities are evolving. Read More


CRE Shines Despite Economic Volatility

Commercial real estate offers investors compelling benefits in today’s increasingly volatile global economy. Read More


Light Industrial Buildings in Demand

Light industrial and manufacturing buildings have experienced the highest year-over-year rent growth of any property type, according to CoStar. Read More

NAIOP Source Updates 9/1

The Corner Office: Is Office’s Most Coveted Space Fading?

Open space work spaces are making the corner office – once office’s most sought-after space – nearly defunct, as companies literally take down the walls between executives and employees. Read More


Federal Judge Blocks EPA Water Rule in Certain States

In a surprise decision by the U.S. Court for the District of North Dakota, a federal judge blocked the joint EPA and Army Corps of Engineers controversial water rule from immediately taking effect in 13 states. The new regulation determines which waters across the country receive federal protection. Read More


U.S. Industrial Rents Rising

Surging demand for U.S. industrial real estate is outstripping supply, pushing rents to near pre-recession levels and attracting speculative investment in new facilities, according to CBRE’s second-quarter 2015 U.S. Industrial MarketView report. Read More


TI Packages Grow

Tenant improvement (TI) allowances are gaining momentum, as office landlords compete with newly completed properties by offering more attractive TI packages, according to a new report from JLL. Read More


Speedy Skyscraper Construction Techniques in Boston

Using a “vertical assembly line,” workers are building Boston’s tallest new building at a rate of two stories each week, finishing lower floors even before upper ones are enclosed, according to The Boston Globe. Read More

Call to Action – Get Out There and Vote!

As the Primaries quickly approach us, we wanted to provide you with some voting resources:

  • REBIC Candidate Questionnaires – a general questionnaire was mailed to each candidate for Charlotte City Council and Town Candidates in Mecklenburg and Iredell Counties. See the answers from those who responded.
  • SPPACE Election Guide to the 2015 Democratic Primary
Additionally, if you need to register to vote click here for more information. For Charlotte-Mecklenburg, you can find important dates about voting by clicking here.