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NAIOP Arizona announces mentor program protégés

NAIOP Arizona
by in AZRE Magazine

The 2016-2017 NAIOP Arizona Developing Leaders Mentor Program protégés have been announced, and the 16 young professionals come from all corners of the Valley’s commercial real estate industry. Each protégé was selected to participate in the year-long program in which they will attend educational seminars and complete a full scale development project by the end… Read More →

NAIOP-AZ board elects news officers and board members

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by in AZRE Magazine | Newsmakers

The Arizona chapter of NAIOP, the commercial real estate voice for the state, elected its 2017 officers and board members at its annual board meeting held November 1. The 2017 NAIOP-AZ officers are Chairman of the Board Larry Pobuda, Opus Group; Vice Chairman Matt Mooney, Cousins Properties; Programs Chair Andrew Cheney, Lee & Associates; and… Read More →

NAIOP Arizona names chairman, board for 2016

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by in AZRE Magazine

NAIOP Arizona named Bob Hubbard of LBA Realty as its Chairman for 2016. The commercial real estate industry group also named its new officers, five new board members and re-nominated an existing board member. Hubbard, Vice President at LBA, will be joined by officers Larry Probuba, Vice Chairman, The Opus Group; Matt Mooney, Programs Chair,… Read More →

Demand for Class A office space improves vacancy

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Cushman & Wakefield announced that the Metro Phoenix office vacancy dropped to 18.9% in the third quarter, largely due to demand for prestigious, Class A space. The metropolitan area has added nearly 45,000 jobs in the past 12 months with almost one-third of those being office sector jobs. Demand for office space led to the overall vacancy… Read More →

Arizona’s Commercial Real Estate Market On Path To Slow-Going Recovery

Commercial Real Estate Market - AZRE Magazine March/April 2011
by in Economic Development

Arizona’s commercial real estate market is on the path to recovery, but the climb is steep and slow-going, local brokers predict. The Phoenix market experienced slight positive absorption of space in its too-many, too-empty properties last year, and the plodding progress will continue through 2011, says Craig Henig, senior managing director at CB Richard Ellis.… Read More →