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The Commercial Real Estate Development Association

NAIOP Massachusetts is the leading association representing the interests of the commercial real estate industry, and professionals engaged in real estate development, investment and ownership in the Commonwealth. Part of an international organization, the Chapter provides outstanding education and networking opportunities, as well as advances the interests of the industry and advocates for effective public policy.

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Industrial 2.0 - Clean Tech, Tough Tech, and What the Future Holds

Join NAIOP us as we engage with a panel of experts on the trends expected to shape these growing sectors, what tenants/owners/occupiers need, and the communities most likely to be impacted. From new forms of energy generation to the foundations for a new food economy, you won’t want to miss a glimpse into Massachusetts’ industrial future, and how the commercial real estate industry needs to prepare.

February 15 | 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM | Goodwin


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A Conversation with MassDOT Secretary Monica Tibbits-Nutt and MBTA General Manager Phillip Eng

Join NAIOP for an exciting conversation with Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation Monica Tibbits-Nutt and Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority General Manager Phillip Eng as they overview the Healey-Driscoll Administration’s commitment to improving the Commonwealth’s transportation system and supporting regional connectivity.

March 4 | 2:00 - 3:30 PM | Foley Hoag LLP


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NAIOP Massachusetts Installs 2024 Leadership Team

By Tamara Small | December 7, 2023

(Boston, MA) – At its Annual Meeting held on November 28, NAIOP Massachusetts, The Commercial Real Estate Development Association, elected a new President and Board members. The Board includes the principals of many of the region’s leading commercial real estate firms.

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Ballot Efforts to Legalize Rent Control Fail to Gather Signatures Needed

By Anastasia Nicolaou | November 13, 2023

Efforts to advance a ballot question seeking to establish a broad spectrum of policies related to the rental housing market, including the legalization of rent control, gathered less than 15% of the required signatures over six weeks of outreach. With the November 22 signature deadline looming, the campaign was unable to gather the remaining 60,000+ signatures required and has suspended operations. This means that the question will not go before voters in 2024.

As NAIOP CEO Tamara Small told The Boston Globe over the weekend, rent control will not address our housing crisis.

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Healey-Driscoll Administration Releases $4 Billion Housing Bond Bill

By Tamara Small | October 20, 2023

Today NAIOP CEO Tamara Small joined business leaders, advocates, legislators, developers, and representatives from the Healey-Driscoll administration in Chelsea for the unveiling of the Administration’s $4 billion housing bond bill, The Affordable Homes Act. The legislation represents the largest proposed investment in housing in the state’s history.

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