Retrench, Recover and Retool: Timely Facts and Strategies for the Post-COVID-19 New Normal WebinarRecorded On: 05/28/2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused massive changes in just 90 days, with significant implications for our society, the workplace and the commercial real estate industry. Christopher Lee, president and CEO of real estate consulting and advisory firm CEL & Associates, will share his outlook on the shape of the recovery, the major shifts underway in each asset class, and where we are in this real estate cycle.
Repurposing Retail Centers: Profiles in Adaptation, Repositioning and Redevelopment WebinarRecorded On: 05/21/2020
Based on the findings in “Repurposing Retail Centers” – a recent research report commissioned by the NAIOP Research Foundation – this webinar will examine how developers have revitalized properties by adding new uses, amenities and services, transforming struggling or closed malls into properties that serve the needs of their surrounding communities.
National Forums Exclusive: Economic and Fiscal Policy Outlook WebinarRecorded On: 05/20/2020
Dr. Doug Holtz-Eakin will examine the current state of the U.S. economy and provide National Forums members with an exclusive look into the policy side of today’s most pressing economic topics. He will share insights on the five structural reforms he believes will get the economy back on track
Preparing for Autonomous Vehicles: A Survey of Local Governments WebinarRecorded On: 05/19/2020
The NAIOP Research Foundation commissioned a report to examine how local governments are preparing for fully autonomous vehicles and to explore how future AV related policies could affect the commercial real estate industry. During this webinar, David Dale-Johnson, Ph.D., Stan Melton Executive Professor in Real Estate at the Alberta School of Business Real Estate Program, will discuss the findings of this report. Professor Dale-Johnson will also discuss the implications for these findings for the post COVID-19 environment.
Emergent Integrated Development in the Post-Covid-19 Environment: Industry, Workplace, Community & the Importance of WELL WebinarRecorded On: 05/18/2020
COVID-19 has accelerated the already changing nature of commerce and work and introduced a new layer of considerations that development must respond to. In this session, KSS Architects Partner Ed Klimek, AIA, NCARB will discuss how industrial and office development can respond to these changes in order to bring the most value in a post-COVID-19 world.
National Forums Exclusive: Making Sense of an Uncertain Future from a Supply Chain Perspective WebinarRecorded On: 05/11/2020
In this interactive discussion, Chris Caplice will present a number of upcoming trends and technologies that could potentially disrupt how supply chains are designed, managed, and staffed.
The Impact of COVID-19 Supply Chain Disruptions on U.S. Industrial WebinarRecorded On: 05/05/2020
In this webinar, explore supply chain relationships around the world, the evolution of these linkages post-crisis and the potential impact on the U.S. industrial sector.
What Happens When We Return to Work? WebinarRecorded On: 04/30/2020
In this webinar, attendees will learn and discuss what it takes to return to the office. In order to move forward, we must rethink past workplace design paradigms, mine the present situation for lessons learned, and create smart, scenario-based road maps for how, and when, we return to work, and what the workplace looks like.
National Forums Exclusive: Dotzour on the Industry and the Economy WebinarRecorded On: 04/29/2020
A Forums’ favorite is back: Economist Mark Dotzour, Ph.D., with talk exclusively with the National Forums to illustrate how the CRE industry and global economies will emerge from the pandemic.
NAIOP DLs Ask: What's Next for CRE? WebinarRecorded On: 04/23/2020
For NAIOP Developing Leaders, the effects of the current pandemic are creating their first career downturn. Whether professional- or career-related, the questions surrounding it are significant: What kinds of transactions are happening, or have deals stopped? Will remote working, office shifts and coworking be the new norm to reduce exposure, particularly in the next year? DLs are invited submit questions in advance for our power panel.