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Chicago Chapter

The Chicago Chapter of NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, has over 400 members who are the voice of commercial real estate in the Chicago area. Our members represent the top real estate firms in Chicago who are on the cutting-edge of today’s emerging development opportunities.

NAIOP is the leading organization for developers, owners and related professionals in office, industrial and mixed-use real estate. NAIOP’s powerful membership has enabled the industry to become one of America’s leading economic engines. NAIOP advances responsible, sustainable development that creates jobs and benefits the communities in which our members work and live.  Learn more

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Upcoming Events

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SOLD OUT – Golf Outing – Members Only

Monday, August 10th

Mark your calendar for a memorable day of golf, networking, and prizes… Read More

Farewell to Summer Networking Event

Thursday, September 3rd

Join industry professionals from nine Chicago real estate organizations for the fourth… Read More

Boat Tour – “Goose Island: The Transformation”

Wednesday, September 16th

Hear from experts that are leading the charge on the transformation of… Read More

Meet Another Outstanding Developing Leader

Brett Tomfohrde, Associate – Industrial Services, NAI Hiffman, is a new NAIOP Chicago Developing Leaders board member. Read more about Brett

NAIOP: Join the Journey

Like our members, NAIOP is growing and expanding to capture new opportunities in today’s thriving real estate market. NAIOP: Who are our members today? What is their focus? What’s on the horizon for this prospering industry and association?  Learn More

Chicago Chapter Updates

  • Legislative Newsflash - Rauner Launches Turnaround Agenda

    Legislative Newsflash
    June 9, 2015

    Governor Rauner recently launched his Turnaround Agenda consisting of six individual “vehicle bills”.  His agenda…