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  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 01/24/2023 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    In this webinar, hear from the author of “Sustainable Brownfield Redevelopment,” a research report from the NAIOP Research Foundation. Christopher De Sousa, Ph.D., MCIP, RPP, professor at the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Toronto Metropolitan University, has studied more than two dozen brownfield redevelopment projects across the U.S. and will share lessons learned from these projects offer developers guidance on how they can partner with the public and nonprofit sectors to explore, realize and advance a more sustainable future.

    Social, economic and environmental sustainability are now key considerations for most brownfield redevelopment projects backed by public-private partnerships. In this webinar, hear from the author of “Sustainable Brownfield Redevelopment,” a research report from the NAIOP Research Foundation. Christopher De Sousa, Ph.D., MCIP, RPP, professor at the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Toronto Metropolitan University, has studied more than two dozen brownfield redevelopment projects across the U.S. and will share lessons learned from these projects offer developers guidance on how they can partner with the public and nonprofit sectors to explore, realize and advance a more sustainable future.

    Speaker:
    Christopher De Sousa, Ph.D., MCIP, RPP, Professor, School of Urban and Regional Planning, Toronto Metropolitan University

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    Christopher De Sousa, Ph.D., MCIP, RPP

    Professor, School of Urban and Regional Planning

    Toronto Metropolitan University

    • Christopher De Sousa, Ph.D., MCIP, RPP, is a Professor and Associate Director in the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Toronto Metropolitan University and was previously at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  He received his BA, M. Sc. Pl., and his Ph. D., all from the University of Toronto.  He is a Registered Professional Planner and a member of the Ontario Professional Planners Institute and the Canadian Institute of Planners.
    • Professor De Sousa’s research activities focus on brownfield redevelopment, urban environmental management, and sustainability in the United States and Canada. His research has been funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, MITACS, US EPA, USDA Forest Service, National Academies (HUD Urban Scholars Postdoctoral Fellowship), US Trade and Development Agency, Consul General of Canada, UW-Milwaukee, and private foundations. He is the author of numerous journal articles, technical publications, and two books, including a recent book entitled Sustainable Brownfields Development: Building a Sustainable Future on Sites of our Polluting Past, published by Routledge.
    • Professor De Sousa has been actively involved with government agencies and nonprofits. He is the past President of the Canadian Brownfields Network, a Steering Committee Member of the US Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) Brownfields/Land Reuse Health Initiative, jury member and chair for the Canadian Brownie (Brownfield) Awards, and on the Executive Committee for TMU’s Center for Urban Research and Land Development. He is the proud recipient of Canada’s 2018 Brownfielder of the Year award.
  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 12/20/2022 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    Gain an understanding of the real-life benefits of tokenization and secondary trading in the real estate industry with this webinar led by Ryan Zega, Associate Director of Business Development and Capital Markets at tZERO.

    Gain an understanding of the real-life benefits of tokenization and secondary trading in the real estate industry with this webinar led by Ryan Zega, Associate Director of Business Development and Capital Markets at tZERO. Zega, the author of a recent Development magazine article on this topic, will explore how these solutions can be executed on both existing and future individual properties, portfolios, operating companies, funds, non-traded REITs, and more. Join the discussion to uncover the current state and trajectory of this ecosystem and the process of tokenizing real-world assets with case studies as proof points.

    Speaker: Ryan Zega, Associate Director of Business Development and Capital Markets, tZERO

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    Ryan Zega

    Associate Director of Business Development and Capital Markets

    tZERO

    • Ryan Zega is an Associate Director of Business Development & Capital Markets at tZERO. He spearheads the firm's real estate and tangible asset issuances.
    • Ryan has an extensive institutional real estate background.
    • Prior to joining tZERO, Ryan was Director of Acquisitions & Business Development at Paramount Group, Inc. (NYSE: PGRE), where he was tasked with acquisition, disposition, and debt origination across Paramount's Trophy and Class A office portfolio in New York, San Francisco, and Washington D.C.
    • Ryan also worked at Normandy Real Estate Partners, a vertically integrated real estate private equity firm focused on office product in the Northeast and Mid Atlantic regions. Ryan began his real estate career as an investment analyst at PGIM Real Estate.
  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/06/2022

    Get the inside track on upcoming opportunities in the office sector with Hany Guirguis, Ph.D., Professor, Economics & Finance, Manhattan College and Michael J. Seiler, DBA, J.E. Zollinger Professor of Real Estate & Finance, College of William & Mary.

    Get the inside track on upcoming opportunities in the office sector with Hany Guirguis, Ph.D., Professor, Economics & Finance, Manhattan College and Michael J. Seiler, DBA, J.E. Zollinger Professor of Real Estate & Finance, College of William & Mary.  They will provide insights and data from the latest NAIOP Office Space Demand Forecast, identify linkages between overall economic activity and the demand for office real estate, and engage in a live Q&A session with attendees.

    Speakers:
    Hany Guirguis, Ph.D., Professor, Economics & Finance, Manhattan College
    Michael J. Seiler, DBA, J.E. Zollinger Professor of Real Estate & Finance, College of William & Mary

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    Hany Guirguis, Ph.D.

    Professor of Economics and Finance

    Manhattan College

    • Professor of economics and finance at Manhattan College and the recipient of the Ambassador Charles A. Gargano Endowed Chair in Finance.
    • Has taught numerous graduate and undergraduate courses in finance, econometrics, statistics, accounting, and economics.
    • Specializes in financial modeling and applied econometrics and has published more than forty articles in several finance and economics journals.
    • Received his B.A. in accounting from Helwan University, M.A. in economics from the American University in Cairo, M.B.A. in Finance from Baruch College, and M.S. and Ph.D. in macroeconomics and econometrics from the University of Oregon. 

    Michael J. Seiler, DBA

    J.E. Zollinger Professor of Real Estate & Finance

    College of William & Mary

    • Michael J. Seiler is an internationally recognized behavioral real estate researcher whose studies have been cited in the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, LA Times, and Washington Post. He has published over 175 research studies, has written several books, and serves as the co-editor of Journal of Real Estate Research.
    • He is formerly a Visiting Scholar at Harvard University and the London School of Economics and a Visiting Professor at Johns Hopkins University and the Australian National University.
    • A former hedge fund Chief Economist, Michael is a past recipient of the William N. Kinnard Young Scholar Award, and more recently received the James A. Graaskamp Award which recognizes extraordinary iconoclastic thought/action throughout a person’s career in the development of a multi-disciplinary philosophy of real estate in the areas of behavioral real estate and decision-making.
  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/15/2022

    This webinar will provide members with an update on recently enacted legislation and proposed federal regulations of importance to the commercial real estate industry, focusing on NAIOP’s legislative priorities, including developments in tax, energy, and environmental policy.

    This webinar will provide members with an update on recently enacted legislation and proposed federal regulations of importance to the commercial real estate industry, focusing on NAIOP’s legislative priorities, including developments in tax, energy, and environmental policy. Aquiles Suarez, NAIOP’s senior vice president for government affairs, will also provide an assessment of the results of the November midterm congressional elections and their likely impact of the on the future course of policy. Attendees can pose questions regarding federal issues affecting their business and gain insights to prepare them for future regulatory or legislative challenges. 

    Speaker: Aquiles Suarez, Senior Vice President for Government Affairs, NAIOP

    Aquiles Suarez

    Senior Vice President for Government Affairs

    NAIOP

    • Senior Vice president for government affairs for NAIOP
    • Responsible for overseeing the association’s advocacy efforts at the federal, state and local level.
    • Prior to joining NAIOP, he served as a director of government and industry relations at Fannie Mae.
  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/08/2022

    Kristin Jensen, principal and managing director at Gensler Seattle, will leverage firsthand knowledge from over 20 years of experience leading development projects to bridge the perspective of developer and designer as she facilitates a conversation around the value of technology in the design, construction, and operation of buildings designed for the future.

    With the pandemic now in its third year, the role of the office building and the workplace inside continues to evolve. Office buildings must provide meaningful experiences that can’t be found at home, as well as address the new health, safety and wellness priorities of the occupants. In this webinar, learn how architects and designers are using new digital tools to collaborate more efficiently to design, construct and deliver unique, market-driven, sustainable buildings and spaces. Kristin Jensen, principal and managing director at Gensler Seattle, will leverage firsthand knowledge from over 20 years of experience leading development projects to bridge the perspective of developer and designer as she facilitates a conversation around the value of technology in the design, construction, and operation of buildings designed for the future.

    Speaker: Kristin Jensen, AIA, Principal and Managing Director, Gensler Seattle

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    Kristin Jensen, AIA

    Principal and Managing Director

    Gensler Seattle

    • Kristin Jensen is Principal and Managing Director of the Seattle office of Gensler, global architecture and design firm.
    • Her ability to understand client needs and objectives stems from over 20 years of experience managing commercial development projects in the Northwest region – from suburban office parks and hotels to urban infill office and mixed-use.
    • For much of her long career, Jensen has been active in the commercial real estate industry and local community – including as a past president of NAIOP’s Washington State chapter and as a current board member of the Downtown Seattle Association, as well has holding board positions within other CRE organizations.
  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/01/2022

    Hear analysis of the CRE sector across Canada and for selected major metropolitan centres including Montréal, Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver. Metrics are also provided for the provinces of Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia.

    The commercial real estate sector plays an important role in the Canadian economy. In this webinar, an author of the recent NAIOP Research Foundation report of the same name will detail the economic benefits of commercial construction across four distinct CRE asset classes, namely industrial, retail and entertainment, office, and multifamily housing during 2021. Hear analysis of the CRE sector across Canada and for selected major metropolitan centres including Montréal, Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver. Metrics are also provided for the provinces of Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia.

    Speaker: Peter Norman, M.A., PLE, Vice President and Chief Economist, Altus Group

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    Peter Norman, M.A., PLE

    Vice President and Chief Economist

    Altus Group

    • Peter Norman is a well-known professional land economist and forecaster and is Vice President and Chief Economist at Altus Group.
    • Widely quoted in the Canadian media, Mr. Norman is a frequent expert witness on economic matters and leads a national team of economic consultants advising private and public sector organizations across Canada, providing economic intelligence and strategic information.
    • Mr. Norman earned a BA at Trent University and an MA at the University of Guelph, has sat on the Executive Committee of the Toronto Association of Business and Economics, the Economic Research Committee of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association and is a member of the Association of Ontario Land Economists and a member of Lambda Alpha International, an Honourary Society for the Advancement of Land Economics.
  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/18/2022

    In this webinar, hear from experts at Skanska USA Commercial Development on a new term that characterizes the new reality of our built environments as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and environmental concerns: “Sustainovation.”

    As the pandemic has impacted how and where we live, work, and play, our built environments have been put under the microscope – we are reevaluating how we use certain places and spaces, how they function, and the impact they have on our health and wellness. What does the future of our built environments look like? Are our workplaces filled with flashy amenities that hope to lure people back to the office such as robot manicures, virtual golf simulators, and pool tables? Or should our buildings be driven by smart, intentional innovations that are seamlessly integrated into buildings that impact how we utilize spaces, our behavioral patterns, our health and wellness and the environment? In this webinar, hear from experts at Skanska USA Commercial Development on a new term that characterizes the new reality of our built environments as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and environmental concerns: “Sustainovation.” Learn more about Sustainovation and how it encapsulates the future-forward outlook the commercial real estate industry must have in evolving innovative technologies that foster health and wellness as well as prioritize sustainability in development.

    Speaker:  Heidi Creighton, Vice President of Sustainability, Skanska USA Commercial Development

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    Heidi Creighton, FAIA

    Vice President of Sustainability

    Skanska USA Commercial Development

    • Heidi Creighton is the National Head of Sustainability for Skanska USA Commercial Development.
    • As a passionate advocate and pioneer in the green building industry, Heidi serves as a thought leader and strategic driver of all initiatives and policies related to sustainability, across the company’s US portfolio.
    • She is charged with identifying solutions that improve asset performance, energy management, community engagement and user experience while furthering Skanska USA Commercial Development’s Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) strategy.
    • With a career spanning over 20 years, Heidi leverages her experience and holistic approach to sustainability by engaging with communities and occupants, to better understand user needs, thereby creating environments that benefit the health and well-being of all who occupy them.
    • In 2017, Heidi created the Collective Impact speaker series to bring fellow sustainability advocates and colleagues together.  After a series of speed talk presentations, the speakers engage in collaborative discussions geared to foster comradery and spark new ideas. To date, there have been 18 events, with 236 speakers representing 190 different organizations.
  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/04/2022

    In this webinar, hear from experts operating in the Chicago metro area who will cover the state of the market in the region, what’s driving demand for different product types, and opportunities for commercial real estate developers and investors.

    In this webinar, hear from experts operating in the Chicago metro area who will cover the state of the market in the region, what’s driving demand for different product types, and opportunities for commercial real estate developers and investors.

    Moderator: Molly McShane, Chief Executive Officer, The McShane Companies

    Panelists:
    Neal Driscoll, Midwest Region Partner, Dermody Properties
    Nader Elrashidy, Managing Director, Life Science Ventures, Sterling Bay
    Greg Moyer, Founder, Moyer Properties LLC and Co-founder, Ravine Park Partners LLC
    Joseph Powers, Regional Manager, Marcus & Millichap

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    Neal Driscoll

    Partner, Midwest Region

    Dermody Properties

    • Neal Driscoll is Midwest Region Partner for Dermody Properties and is responsible for the company’s expanding portfolio across the region through the pursuit of acquisition, development, redevelopment and build-to-suit opportunities, as well as oversight of the existing portfolio.
    • Mr. Driscoll was previously Vice President and Market Officer for Liberty Property Trust.  During his 15-year career with Liberty, he oversaw a portfolio that grew from approximately 8 million square feet to 19 million square feet of industrial space across the midwestern United States including Chicago, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Indiana, Cincinnati and Columbus.  In this capacity, Neal was responsible for all aspects of Midwest enterprise including acquisition, disposition, (re)development, leasing and operations.
    • Prior to his time at Liberty, Mr. Driscoll was an industrial broker in the Midwest providing investment and representative services.

    Nader Elrashidy

    Managing Director of Life Sciences Ventures

    Sterling Bay

    • Nader joined Sterling Bay in 2022 as Managing Director of Life Sciences Ventures, where he manages all aspects of the firm’s life sciences business ventures, including the company’s early-stage venture incubator and investment platforms.
    • A veteran pharmaceutical executive, Elrashidy brings over two decades of diverse industry experience, including investing in therapeutics, medical technologies, and bioinformatics startups.
    • Prior to that, his work focused on the development of complex generic injectable drugs. Elrashidy also held leadership positions at AbbVie, where he managed a variety of financial and business development responsibilities.

    Molly McShane (Moderator)

    Chief Executive Officer

    The McShane Companies

    • As Chief Executive Officer, Molly manages the overall operations and resources of The McShane Companies. She focuses on creating, planning, implementing and integrating its strategic direction to achieve operational excellence.
    • Molly consistently delivers innovative thinking on behalf of a wide range of projects, markets and geographical areas.
    • During her long-standing tenure with the organization, she has held a variety of positions within the construction and development businesses. She has focused on a wide variety of product types and, as a result, possesses extensive knowledge of the industrial, multi-family, office, healthcare and commercial market sectors.
    • This comprehensive experience grants Molly a unique perspective of the entire commercial real estate development and construction process, contributing to the overall growth and success of the firm.

    Greg Moyer

    Founder

    Moyer Properties LLC

    • Greg Moyer is the founder of Moyer Properties LLC and co-founder of Ravine Park Partners LLC with an expertise in identifying investment properties ripe for development, repositioning, and appreciation.
    • Both firms were formed in 2008 and have since completed over $750 million in developments and acquisitions.
    • Prior to these firms being formed, Greg served as a managing partner and divisional manager in the national expansion of Marcus & Millichap.

    Joseph Powers

    Regional Manager

    Marcus & Millichap

    • Joe Powers is regional manager of the Chicago Downtown office for Marcus & Millichap.
    • He leads an office of 50+ investment sales and capital markets professionals focused on advising clients in the acquisition, disposition and financing of all income producing real estate.
    • Prior to joining the leadership team of Marcus & Millichap in 2017, Joe was an investment sales broker for eight years focusing on office & industrial assets throughout the Midwest.
  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/27/2022

    In this webinar, the author of a recent NAIOP Research Foundation report by the same name​ will share key takeaways from the report in which he examined three trends: the conversion of shopping centers to distribution centers; adding distribution uses to existing retail buildings; and the development of mixed-use properties that include both distribution and retail. Learn about the opportunities and risks associated with each strategy and engage in a Q&A following the presentation.

    Dramatically accelerated demand for e-commerce has led developers in land-constrained markets to consider new formats for distribution buildings and pursue redevelopment projects that may not have been feasible a few years ago. In this webinar, the author of a recent NAIOP Research Foundation report by the same name will share key takeaways from the report in which he examined three trends: the conversion of shopping centers to distribution centers; adding distribution uses to existing retail buildings; and the development of mixed-use properties that include both distribution and retail. Learn about the opportunities and risks associated with each strategy and engage in a Q&A following the presentation.

    Speaker: Dustin C. Read, Ph.D./JD, Professor and Director of the Master of Real Estate Development Program, Clemson University

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    Dustin Read, Ph.D./JD

    Professor and Director of the Master of Real Estate Development Program

    Clemson University

    • Dustin C. Read, PhD/JD, has two decades of experience conducting real estate research.
    • In addition to holding academic positions at Clemson University, Virginia Tech and UNC Charlotte over the course of his career, he has consulted with numerous public- and private-sector organizations to promote socially responsible real estate development.
    • Dr. Read is a NAIOP Research Foundation Distinguished Fellow, an inductee into the Institute of Real Estate Management’s Academy of Authors, and an eight-time recipient of honors from the American Real Estate Society for his contributions to real estate theory and practice.
  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/20/2022

    In this webinar, explore how use of the FTZ program by importers, exporters and 3PLs can provides significant cost savings; strengthen and expedite the supply chain; drive compliance and inventory accuracy; and provide flexible options despite unplanned global logistics disruptions.

    Foreign Trade Zones (FTZ) are the U.S. version of what are known internationally as “free trade zones.” While in a zone, merchandise is not subject to U.S. duty or excise tax. In this webinar, explore how use of the FTZ program by importers, exporters and 3PLs can provide significant cost savings; strengthen and expedite the supply chain; drive compliance and inventory accuracy; and provide flexible options despite unplanned global logistics disruptions.

    Speaker: Rebecca Williams, Managing Director, FTZ Services, Vice President, RGDC, Rockefeller Group

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    Rebecca Williams

    Managing Director, FTZ Services, Vice President, RGDC

    Rockefeller Group

    • Rebecca Williams is Managing Director for Rockefeller Group Foreign Trade Zone Services, a division of Rockefeller Group Development Corporation and a part of Rockefeller Group. Rockefeller Group is a private corporation dedicated to excellence in commercial real estate development and services including foreign-trade zone (“FTZ”) feasibility, site selection, approval, activation, and operational support.
    • For over 15 years, Ms. Williams has assisted companies with the implementation and integration of FTZ operations as well as general import/export compliance strategies.
    • Ms. Williams and the Rockefeller Group FTZ team successfully lead multi-national clients across a broad range of industries through every aspect of FTZ implementation including detailed FTZ feasibility analysis, FTZ designation and production authority, activation preparation and approval, coordination with Partner Government Agencies (“PGAs”), detailed FTZ “go live” and operational support, and more.