The NAIOP Georgia School Challenge is an annual case competition between teams from the following business schools: Emory University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University and the University of Georgia. The case statement incorporates current and relevant topics affecting the Atlanta real estate market. The challenge to the teams is to research the available market data and present the “best” solution given certain parameters.
The NAIOP GA Cocktail Party is a special evening of networking and camaraderie among our chapter colleagues as NAIOP honors Atlanta’s top producers.
The members only NAIOP GA Golf Tournament is a tradition for NAIOP Georgia. It was started in 1992 and continues to be a great day of fun and networking.
The purpose of the NAIOP GA Awards of Excellence is to focus attention on activities conducted by those in our industry, which both highlight and show sensitivity to the quality of life in Atlanta. In 2020, the program was revamped to include many new and exciting awards:
April 28, 2022
Nearly 600 patrons attended our annual black-tie charity fundraiser benefitting the Ron Clark Academy.
Attendees enjoyed cocktails, a seated dinner and were entertained by comedian and impersonator, James Austin Johnson.
April 21, 2022
Graduate students from four Georgia universities–Emory, GA State, GA Tech & UGA–competed to solve a real life commercial real estate case study in Atlanta. The winner of this year’s 30th annual competition was Georgia State University!
March 30, 2022
What in the World is Going On? Gain Perspective in a Time of Uncertainty. Mark Vitner, Wells Fargo, gave an economic forecast followed by a panel discussion with Kevin Turpin, The Conlan Company, and Brian Devine, Industrial Workforce Advisors.
December 08, 2021
Burunda Prince, Chief Operating Officer with the Russell Innovation Center for Entrepreneurs, was our Keynote Speaker. Our annual Awards of Excellence highlight outstanding achievement and community service in our industry.
June 24, 2021
Mid-Year Capital Markets Meeting–Panel Discussion with Stewart Calhoun, Cushman & Wakefield; Melissa Frawley, Wells Fargo; Thomas Lee, Trammell Crow Company; Marshall Nevins, Blackstone and moderated by Justin Parsonnet, CBRE