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Justin Shapiro is a real estate investor and developer with a passion for aviation and a penchant for politics. He is Principal of Long Market Property Partners, LLC. a San Francisco-based real estate investment firm that focuses on value-add and core-plus office and retail projects in the San Francisco and East Bay markets.
NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area Chapter (NAIOP SFBA), the premier commercial real estate development association, will host “Winning the Talent War: Lessons on Intentionality and Best Practices to Attract, Engage and Retain Today’s Workforce” on Wednesday October 23, 2019, at the offices of Columbia Property Trust at 221 Main Street in San Francisco from 8:00 to 9:30am.
On September 20 - 22 NAIOP San Francisco held the annual Young Professionals Group (YPG) Class Retreat at the Tiburon Lodge ushering in the 7th class of YPG participants. The class will meet monthly through July learning personal and professional development from Bay Area leaders and Pepperdine University professor, Julie Chesley.
Alex Mast is a commercial real estate finance expert who enjoys contributing to the success of real estate developers and investors and seeing the tangible results of their combined efforts. As a Managing Director at J.P. Morgan, Mast has the rewarding opportunity of working with clients who are making a significant impact on the communities they invest in.
Thank you to all the members and guests who joined NAIOP SFBA on Thursday, September 12th for our inaugural Waterfront Development Tour on the historic USS Potomac. On board the elegant 165 foot vessel, which once served as Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Presidential yacht, attendees were treated to amazing weather, and a fabulous lunch while enjoying a spectacular Bay cruise.
The NAIOP Executive Development (NED) Program is a 6-month personal and professional development program offered by the NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area Chapter.
We are pleased to announce that 35 participants have just completed the Chapter’s Young Professionals Group, a year-long program for personal and professional development.
The NAIOP SFBA Board and Advisory Council have identified a need within the commercial real estate industry for advanced training targeted at mid-career professionals to help them develop their skills to maximum potential. This innovative new program is designed to help meet that need.
The California Schools and Local Community Funding Act is an $11 billion special interest backed statewide ballot initiative that has qualified to appear on the November 2020 ballot. The measure amends Proposition 13 to raise taxes on commercial property by...