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NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area Chapter (SFBA) kicked off its weekly members-only Zoom-In series on Thursday April 9th with over 100 registrants. The inaugural session, Leases and Loans: Feeling the Effects of the COVID-19 Crisis was moderated by Chapter President David Karol, Principal, Ridge Capital Investors, and featured Phillip Wang, Partner, Rimon Law and NAIOP SFBA Board Member.
Amanda Bates is a real estate professional who loves seeing developments come to life. She is Vice President of Investments at Kilroy Realty Corporation (NYSE: KRC), the renowned West Coast office and mixed use developer, owner and operator. Bates is responsible for sourcing new investment ideas across the Bay Area and quarterbacking ground-up development projects from land acquisition, to construction budgeting to lease up and analysis.
NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area Chapter (NAIOP SFBA), the premier commercial real estate development association announced that Lauren Young, Partner with PCCP, LLC won a National NAIOP Chapter Merit Award (CMA) for Outstanding Leadership by a Chapter President.
The NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area Chapter hosted its 8th Annual Best of the Bay Awards on Wednesday, February 19, 2020. Over 300 members and guests gathered at The Four Season Hotel in San Francisco for the lively gala event. Back for another command performance as master of ceremonies was Luis Belmonte, along with his infamous NAIOP gong. Unique among real estate awards competitions, the Best of the Bay features live “pitches” by nominees and interactive voting with attendees selecting winners in real time. Like the 1970’s TV Gong Show, Belmonte gongs those whose pitches fail to entertain.
James Nearon is a real estate professional who loves seeing communities benefit from thoughtful and creative development. Just last fall, after 15 years at PCCP, he joined New York Life Real Estate Investors. In his new role as Director, Nearon heads up originations in the Western Region for the company’s structured lending platform which includes bridge, construction and high yield debt. His group focuses on office, industrial, retail and multi-family for transitional and value-add real estate. His primary markets include California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Nevada and Utah. “I love what I do,” said Nearon. “I have the privilege of working with some of the smartest and most creative people as they find ways to improve real estate and the environments where people live, work and play.”
NAIOP SF Bay Area is excited to announce that 18 individuals are now participating in the inaugural class of the NAIOP Executive Development (NED) program. The program began in January with a 3-day intensive retreat in Sonoma, where they met fellow participants, instructors, and advisors and began an introspective look at themselves. The class will continue meeting each month through June 2020.
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.