Industry came out strongly against the establishment of a Municipal Development Corporation in Edmonton last year, fearing it would lead to an uneven playing field and wasted tax dollars. Last week NAIOP was happy to support administration’s latest recommendation to cease work on the establishment of a Municipal Development Corporation.
Edmonton’s Industrial Investment Action Plan and Infrastructure Cost Sharing Program are the result of two years of collaboration and hard work on the part of city administration, NAIOP Edmonton and UDI. It has been a major priority of NAIOP, and we believe its recommendations will help improve Edmonton’s competitiveness for regional and international investment.
Thank you to Gordon Kent from the Edmonton Journal, for attending our April Luncheon on the Edmonton City Centre redevelopment. Read more.
Olympia Trencevski (General Manager, Edmonton Downtown Portfolio, Oxford Properties Group) and Lindsay Whyte (Retail Property Manager, Oxford Properties Group) presented on Edmonton City Centre's dramatic redevelopment. From how th...
Congratulations to The University of Calgary for winning the 2017 Battle of Alberta Real Estate Challenge on March 22, 2017 at the University of Alberta. The four month long real world case study drew for over a dozen industry experts.
Thanks to the support of the industry and our city, NAIOP Edmonton received two awards at the 2017 NAIOP Chapter Leadership and Legislative Retreat in Washington this week. As the newest chapter out of 52, NAIOP Edmonton was founded 4 years ago, this week we were recognized for the largest growth in 2016, increasing our membership by 41%.