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Eco-friendly offices

The Most Eco-friendly Office Markets in the U.S.

In the post-pandemic office market, the “flight to quality” trend among tenants has been growing alongside increased demands for sustainability. Consequently, demonstrating to clients that a property is equipped with the latest in energy-saving technologies and smart materials is the new standard. And, increasingly, clients are looking beyond their office windows to take a more holistic approach to sustainability, considering factors such as the city’s commitment to reducing carbon dioxide emissions, plans to build electric vehicle infrastructure or the stringency of local building policies.

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Leadership

The Three Es of Learning

Companies must commit to enabling a culture of learning that delivers relevant and engaging learning experiences that are easy to access and accelerate the growth of their business. The offerings must be tailored to meet employees where they are in their development journey, whether it be entry-level, mid-level management or even C-suite leadership positions, and empower employees at all levels to take ownership of their development.

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Albuquerque, New Mexico, skyline

The Impact of Proposed Air Quality Control Measures in Albuquerque

A new proposed rule change to how air quality permits are issued in the Albuquerque metro has many economic development organizations, associations and businesses very concerned. While the goal of protecting vulnerable communities and improving air quality is necessary, we must also carefully consider the impact of rigid regulations on economic development.

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Running professional

Developing Leaders Spotlight: Going the Distance in CRE

“Driven but balanced” is how one colleague describes Sal Perdomo, a recipient of the 2022 Developing Leaders Award, and with good reason. This former NCAA cross country and track athlete now  represents and competes at USA Track and Field Championship meets across the U.S. as part of the Dukes Track Club. Perdomo’s drive and calculated risk-taking have served him well, both on the track and in his commercial real estate career.

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New possibilities in commercial real estate

Developing Leaders Spotlight: Envisioning New Possibilities in CRE

When he was a college student, James Kline, a recipient of the 2022 Developing Leaders Award, knew that he wanted to pursue a career that would help people, but he wasn’t sure yet which direction that would take. As an intern, Kline saw how commercial real estate owners could benefit lives by providing quality housing at an affordable price. Now, Kline serves as senior director in the Orange County office of JLL Capital Markets, Americas.

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Mentoring concept

Developing Leaders Spotlight: Championing Future Leaders

When he first joined NAIOP, Nicholas Kitaeff, a recipient of the 2022 Developing Leaders Award, was eager to connect with and learn from fellow professionals in commercial real estate. He found NAIOP membership to be a “transformational milestone” in his career advancement and soon discovered ways that he could invest his time and expertise to build up other young leaders in the industry. While his colleagues note his remarkable passion, strong leadership and deep commitment to successful real estate development, his contributions to the NAIOP Colorado mentoring program stand out as exceptional achievements.

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Dedication

Developing Leaders Spotlight: Going the Extra Mile

Known by his commercial real estate colleagues as a driven professional with a high degree of initiative, Shawn Jaenson, a recipient of the 2022 Developing Leaders Award, is also known for exhibiting those characteristics in other areas of his life, from mentoring athletes to guiding aspirants to the elite special operations forces.

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