Entries by NAIOP Southern Nevada

What’s in a name? NAIOP is no longer an acronym.

A name is the first impression people have of a brand – or of anything, for that matter. Professional associations, just like companies and others, need to make sure that their name best conveys its brand to target audiences. NAIOP knows this first-hand. In 2008, NAIOP went through an extensive period of research, interviews and […]

What’s in a name? NAIOP is no longer an acronym.

A name is the first impression people have of a brand – or of anything, for that matter. Professional associations, just like companies and others, need to make sure that their name best conveys its brand to target audiences. In 2008, NAIOP went through an extensive period of research, interviews and member and chapter interaction […]

President’s Message – January 2024

Dear NAIOP Members, I’d like to briefly share my vision for 2024 with you by sharing what NAIOP means to me and my ask of our members. To me, NAIOP is more than the commercial estate development association. NAIOP is a community of like-minded professionals who want to make an impact. You are members because […]

NAIOP National and Prologis Scholarship Application – Deadline 1/10/2024

NAIOP National and Prologis are partnering to provide scholarships for rising professionals, helping prepare a pipeline of diverse talent for careers in commercial real estate development and operations.  Apply now >> Eligibility – Requirements for application: A minimum of 5 years of experience and current employment in the real estate industry, including development, architecture, planning, […]

Nonfunctional turf deadline now just three years out

The deadline for commercial properties across Southern Nevada to upgrade their nonfunctional, decorative grass is creeping ever closer. A state law passed in 2021 prohibits the use of Colorado River water to irrigate nonfunctional, decorative turf starting Jan. 1, 2027. Businesses, HOAs and other non-single-family properties across the valley have already taken a large step […]