Entries by NAIOP Southern Nevada

Community Service St. Jude’s Ranch for Children Cottage Renovation – Getting Dirty For a Cause!

Getting Dirty for a Cause!  The NAIOP Community Service Committee is preparing for one of its largest and most intricate projects and WE NEED YOUR HELP!  As you may know, the Community Service Committee holds several donation drives and coordinates various volunteer opportunities throughout the year.  We strive to find new ways to actively seek […]

Ed Lubbers Condolances

NAIOP Southern Nevada offers our deepest condolences to his family and friends.  We are greatly indebted to Ed Lubbers who served on our Board from 1993 – 2001 and as Chapter President in 1999. An active and avid volunteer, Ed was always willing to lend a hand and received the “President’s Award for Volunteerism” in […]

Golf Tournament – Volunteers!

Our 26th Annual Golf Tournament is at Spanish Trail Country Club. Player registrations are sold out, however there are Volunteers Opportunities Available! If you are a NAIOP Member and would like to volunteer on the day of the tournament contact Stacy Blattner at 702-430-8109 or stacy.blattner@communityvision.com. Thank you again to our event sponsors!    

Lessons From a Rich History of Development in Las Vegas

The Thursday, February 15th NAIOP Southern Nevada’s breakfast program was titled – “Lessons Learned from a Rich History of Development in Las Vegas.”  That morning we were graced with The Moderator of moderators. None other, than Mr. Rick “It Matters” Myers, President of Thomas & Mack Development. The panel that morning … whoooooooo weeeeeeee! The panel was a […]

Government Affairs Report – May 2018

“If you build it, they will come.” Shoeless Joe Jackson, Field of Dreams What can Las Vegas’ commercial real estate market expect from a brand new stadium? Does this project promise guaranteed growth, more opportunities for mixed-use developments, sustainable jobs in the form of leases and tenancies? The answer is: probably, however it’s difficult to […]

DLI Class #7 Review – Real Estate Operations

DLI Class #7 happened on April 9th, 2018. The topic was real estate operations from an owners’ perspective and was held at a redevelopment project that is currently under transformation by Harsch Investment Properties. The Sunset Airport Center is a good representation of how different types of owners analyze investments based on their business plan […]

Community Service Update – May 2018

Thank you to each and everyone who donated food & supplies at our Street Teens drive at the April 2018 Breakfast Meeting!  Your donations will help the lives of local homeless teens. June is around the corner and the weather is getting warmer so it’s that time again for our annual ‘Knot Tied Down’ at […]

Issues Impacting Our Industry

As many of you know, the Communications Committee in conjunction with the Government Affairs Committee surveyed the attendees at the April 2018 Breakfast. This survey was intended to provide Government Affairs with insight about the top issues impacting our industry. We collected more than 125 surveys and gathered some interesting data. Hopefully, many of those […]