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NAIOP NC Award Nominations Deadline is February 20

Posted on January 24, 2018

Annual NAIOP NC Awards scheduled for March 22

Join NAIOP NC as we celebrate the "Best of the Best" in North Carolina's Commercial Real Estate Industry on Thursday, March 22, 2018 during the NAIOP NC Conference at Pinehurst Resort.

Now Accepting Nominations

Awards are given to acknowledge achievements in NAIOP participation, development, and other special categories to include:

  • Developer of the Year
  • Project of the Year
  • Developing Leader of the Year

Award Submissions are accepted online or by email to [email protected].
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Call for Nominations - Annual NAIOP NC Awards

Posted on January 10, 2018

Join NAIOP NC as we celebrate the "Best of the Best" in North Carolina's Commercial Real Estate Industry on Thursday, March 22, 2018 during the NAIOP NC Conference at Pinehurst Resort.

Now Accepting Nominations

Awards are given to acknowledge achievements in NAIOP participation, development, and other special categories to include:

  • Developer of the Year
  • Project of the Year
  • Developing Leader of the Year

 Award Submissions are accepted online or by email to [email protected].

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2018 REBIC Forum with the Honorable Mick Mulvaney

Posted on December 6, 2017

Join REBIC for an exclusive conversation with Mick Mulvaney (Director of the White House, Office of Management and Budget and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau), who will discuss the President’s vision for federal Tax and Regulatory Reform, and how it will impact the Real Estate Industry.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018
8:00-9:30am
Quail Hollow Club
3700 Gleneagles Rd, Charlotte

Cost is $25, breakfast will be served.

Click here to register.

RECAP: Connectivity: Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Posted on October 5, 2017

On September 19, 2017, NAIOP Charlotte hosted a breakfast that discussed Moving people and products into, around and outside of Charlotte with bikes, automobiles, trucks, airports, light rail, and trains.  It all impacts the future growth and development of our region.  This breakfast discussion included diverse perspectives on local, state and national policy and the priorities and challenges for the next 25 years.  Are their tools to help move the priorities forward?  How does the 2040 Transportation Plan, managed lanes, and rail impact your business and the future of development?  And, how can our industry help ensure good mobility in our region?  

A special thank you to our panel, moderated by Tracy Dodson and including Ned Curran, Northwood Office, and former NCDOT Chair, David Howard, NC Department of Transportation and former Charlotte City Council Member, John Lewis, CATS.

Click here to view more photos from the event.

Some of the areas of discussion include:

Where do we get the funding?

  • North Carolina has the second largest road system in the US (second to Texas) because there are no county-managed roads
  • Take advantage of Federal Grants
  • We need to find new funding sources as the gas tax is not enough.  Can counties around Charlotte use the .04 cent to fund regional connectivity?
  • Tax Increment Financing
  • Encourage regional conversations
  • Exhaust local opportunities to fund, then go to state for help
  • Old model – 50% FEDERAL, 25% STATE (now 10%)

Future Conversations

  • Value Capture proposal – Blue Line extension (the incremental tax revenue not necessary new tax, allocated to future growth)
  • P3 (Denver, CO example)

Public-Private Partnerships as a Powerful Tool

  • To move transportation forward
  • Because of the controversy of North I-77, fear to consider P3

Regionalism and Connectivity

  • Need visionary leaders – need forward thinking
  • Embrace the new means of mobility (fixed rail, managed lanes, etc.)
  • Need multi-modal app
  • CATs – support of Economic Development

Call to Action

  • Get involved with the politics – know what is going on and advocate for the opportunities in our community.
  • Make sure the elected officials know the issues – now
  • Look bigger than your project
  • Get involved – serve on a committee
  • Share information with city staff
  • Discuss with region about the benefit of Charlotte growth and small towns and counties connectivity

2017 NAIOP Charlotte/CRCBR Golf Tournament Winners

Posted on October 4, 2017

Congratulations to our Tournament Winners!
Thank You to all our Participants and Sponsors!

Thank you to everyone who came out on Monday, October 2 for the NAIOP Charlotte and CRCBR Annual Golf Tournament at Carolina Golf Club. Congratulations to all of our tournament winners.

Click here to view photos from the event.

GROSS Winners

Our first place winners based on GROSS were:

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REBIC BBQ and Candidate Meet & Greet

Posted on September 21, 2017

Join REBIC to meet candidates for CMS Board of Education, Charlotte Mayor and City Council, and Mecklenburg, Iredell, and Cabarrus County Town Boards.

Thursday, October 19, 2017
11:30 am to 1:30 pm
SMS Catering Facility
1764 Norland Road, Charlotte

Tickets are $20 per person – all you can eat.


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2017 Battle of the Bands Rocked! Check out winners and pictures

Posted August 3, 2017

NAIOP Charlotte hosted its second annual Battle of the Bands on Thursday, July 27th and it was a hit! Check out photos from the Battle.

Many thanks to Grievous Angels, Irrashional and The Holdouts for their outstanding performances! Congratulations to Grievous Angels who took home the trophy again this year!

We are appreciative of all of our partners in success, whose support allowed NAIOP Charlotte to donate $5,000 to The Harvest Center.

Planning Committee
Jim Gamble, Bohler Engineering | Mike Kramer, Bank of America | Henry Pharr, III, Horack Talley | Dawn Royle, Investors Title | Cheryl Steele, Horack Talley | Amy Sullivan-Hicks, ECS Carolinas



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Enroll Now: Two Online Courses Start in August

Posted on June 23, 2017

Advanced Development Practices and Basic Real Estate Finance start the week of August 7. The NAIOP Center for Education online and on-demand courses deliver exceptional education in 10 core competency areas. Read More

2017 Six on Six Volleyball Classic is on May 11

Posted May 10, 2017

Childress Klein and Beacon Partners will host the 10th Annual Six on Six Volleyball Classic on May 11th, 2017. The event will pit teams from the Charlotte commercial real estate industry in a head to head competition that promotes camaraderie and networking while raising awareness and support for local charities.

May 11, 2017 11:am-5:00pm
VBGB 920 Hamilton Street, Charlotte NC
100% of the proceeds will benefit Charlotte Housing Authority

Click here to register and for more information.