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What You Missed at the Technology in CRE Event


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The Chapter kicked off 2019 with an exceptional event, Technology in Commercial Real Estate on January 23rd at the historic and soon to be reimagined Armory in San Francisco. Here's what was discussed.

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Winners of the 7th Annual Best of the Bay Commercial Real Estate Awards


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NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area Chapter hosted its 7th annual Best of the Bay Awards on Wednesday, February 13, 2019.  Over 300 members and guests gathered at Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco for the lively gala event.

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CBPA's California Legislative Update 2/15/19


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  • 2020 SPLIT ROLL MEASURE MUST BE DEFEATED
  • MORE REAL GROUPS SUPPORT HIME FOR SENATE 
  • SUPPORT FOR RENTER RELIF MEASURE
  • CSLB URGED TO CLARIFY WHO CAN INSTALL BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE
  • TEJON RANCH AND MAJESTIC LAND MAJOR DISTRIBUTION CENTER
  • COMMERCIAL ENERGY CODE WORK BEGINS
  • CBSC LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE
  • CBPA 2019 CALENDAR
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CBPA's California Legislative Update for 2/8/19


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- Commercial Real Estate Groups Support Hime For Senate
- Commercial Energy Code Work Begins
- State Takes Action With Another City On Housing
- By The Numbers: Governor’s Housing Goals Are Aggressive
- Bill Expanding Lactation Accommodations Reintroduced
- New Lactation Requirements For Employers

 

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Real Estate Challenge Participants – Where Are They Now? Featuring Xinyi McKinny


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Xinyi McKinny is a former architect with a passion for helping clients visualize the potential of a property. As Senior Managing Director at Cushman & Wakefield, she oversees China direct real estate investment and development projects in the Bay Area and Los Angeles markets. 

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Board Member Focus: Jordan Angel


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Jordan Angel is a commercial real estate finance professional with over 15 years’ experience and specialized expertise in debt and equity placement transactions. As Managing Director at HFF with responsibility for the Western United States, he spends the majority of his time working on deals in San Francisco, Silicon Valley and the Pacific Northwest.

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CBPA's California Legislative Update for 1/4/18


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- Real Estate Champion Rex Hime Running For Senate
- The “Blue Wave” Was Actually A “Blue Tsunami” In California
- Proposition 10 Defeated Soundly – On To Split Roll Battle
- Commercial Tax Lawsuit In Sf Has Statewide Implications
- 40th Governor Of California Inaugurated On Monday

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Message from 2019 Chapter President Lauren Young

As the San Francisco Bay Area NAIOP President for 2019, I want to thank our members and sponsors for your contribution to our record-setting 2018 membership and programs. I am honored to serve as the 2019 Chapter President.  

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Real Estate Challenge Participants - Where are they now? Featuring Alexandra Stoelzle

Alexandra Stoelzle is real estate development professional and self-professed “plannerd” who loves the challenge of shaping the urban environment.  As Director of Development and Land Planning at Kilroy Realty she has ample opportunity to indulge her passion.

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2018 Election Results


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NAIOP has closely followed the results of the November 6, 2018 election. Above is a summary of the results of propositions that were on the November ballot. 

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NAIOP SFBA welcomes the YPG Class of 2018-2019!

On September 21 - 23, NAIOP San Francisco held the annual Young Professionals Group (YPG) Class Retreat at the Tiburon Lodge, ushering in the 6th 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.

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CBPA's California Legislative Update for 10/12/18


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- Support Prop 3 – Water Bond
- Support Prop 5 – Property Tax Transfers
- Oppose Prop 10 – Rent Control

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