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We are thrilled to announce the winners of the ARGUS Scholarship and will be introducing them over the next few issues of the newsletter.
Briana Harney is a capital markets expert who is passionate about diversity and inclusion in the commercial real estate industry. As Vice President of Debt & Equity at NorthMarq Capital she is breaking barriers in the traditionally male dominated environment of commercial real estate finance. In her role, Harney finances all commercial property types throughout the Bay Area and brings her clients a depth of experience in multifamily, office, mixed-use and industrial product types. Through the course of her career, she has built a substantial expertise in structured finance transactions and construction financing.
Sponsorship is now available for the NAIOP SFBA 15th Annual Golf Tournament on October 11th at Claremont Country Club.
Become a sponsor of this year's tournament -- Download the sponsor packet for more information.
NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area Chapter is thrilled to announce the winners of the ARGUS Scholarship and will be introducing them over the next few issues of the newsletter.
NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, has selected Hudson Pacific Properties as the 2021 Developer of the Year – the association’s highest honor. The award will be presented during NAIOP’s CRE.Converge conference in Miami Beach this September.
NAIOP SFBA hosted a Virtual Bus Tour on Tuesday May 25th. The event incorporated videos featuring three of the region’s most active developers, each showcasing one of their most noteworthy projects including:
Geoff Sears, Partner, Wareham Development – EmeryStation West in Emeryville
Matt Field, President, TMG Partners – 300 Lakeside in Oakland
Matt Lituchy, Chief Investment Officer, Jay Paul Company – 181 Fremont in San Francisco
Upon completion of each video, Amanda Bates, VP, Portfolio Director, EQ Office, and NAIOP SFBA President-Elect, engaged each speaker in a Q & A that took attendees behind their deal. Then, Melinda Ellis Evers, Co-Founder and Managing Principal, Ellis Partners, moderated a candid conversation with all of the speakers to discuss the Bay Area development landscape and how they are positioning themselves for the future.
Stanford University’s team, Cardinal Partners, took home bragging rights, the coveted James W. Brecht Memorial Golden Shovel, and a $2,000 check for charity, compliments of Mechanics Bank, at NAIOP SFBA’s 32nd Annual Cal-Stanford Real Estate Challenge on Thursday, April 29th.
September 28, 1950 - March 3, 2021 Byron Warren Pinckert husband, father, architect and novelist passed away on March 3, 2021, in Long Beach, CA. Pinckert was the author of both editions of NAIOP’s influential publication, “Rules of Thumb for Distribution/Warehouse Facilities.” After graduating in 1968 from Pacific High School in San Bernardino, CA, Byron earned a bachelor's degree in architecture from the University of Southern California (1968-1972) followed by a master's degree in architecture (MArch) from Harvard University Graduate School of Design (1972-1975).
Dan Engler is a real estate lawyer who is passionate about solving complex problems for his clients so their transactions and development projects can proceed. As a partner at the law firm of Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP in San Francisco, his work provides a never-ending supply of such challenges.
NAIOP SFBA’s March 25th Zoom-in webinar explored the hot Bay Area Life Sciences Market with a panel of leading experts. Moderated by veteran broker Ben Paul, Executive Managing Director/Principal, Cushman & Wakefield, the discussion focused on the needs and wants of today's tenants, as well as the challenges and opportunities that this dynamic market presents.