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...
The NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area Chapter would like to acknowledge all of our sponsors of the 14th Annual Golf Tournament on Monday, June 3rd. Without their support, the golf tournament would not be possible.
The Community Opportunity to Purchase Act (“COPA”), introduced by San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer, was unanimously co-sponsored and approved during an April meeting of the Board of Supervisors. The the act will amend the San Francisco Administrative Code to give certain qualified non-profit organizations both a right of first offer and a separate right of first refusal to purchase either multi-family rental properties (three units or more), or vacant lots zoned for three units or more.