Thursday, November 11, 2021

Golden Valley Country Club
7001 Golden Valley Road, Golden Valley

Advanced registration is now closed. Walk-ins will be welcome.

Development, Leasing & Investment. Reading the Tea Leaves.

Join us for another informative NAIOP breakfast program! Our panel of experts from JLL, Cushman & Wakefield, United Properties, and Transwestern will give insight on the following:

  • The surprising facts about 2021 deal activity
  • Deals that got done that nobody knew about
  • Navigating what tenants want vs what investors are willing to pay for
  • Is flexibility the new amenity?
  • Impact of the Nov. 2 election on the office market in Minneapolis
  • The 3 things you need to know going into 2022

Two Ways to Participate:

  • In-person at Golden Valley Country Club
  • Zoom webinar of live-streamed event

The pricing is the same and 1.0 hour of continuing real estate education credit is pending for both options.
Choose in-person or webinar registration at check-out.

Webinar registrants: Links will be sent the day before the event.


7:15 am | Registration & Networking
7:45 am | Breakfast (in-person attendees)
8:00-9:15 am | Program


Choose in-person or webinar at check-out.
Same price for both options!
$35* | NAIOP members & all company personnel from chapter sponsors
$60 | Non-members
*NAIOP members from annual chapter sponsors can attend webinars for free.

License Credit

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 1.0 hour of real estate continuing education.


Email NAIOP staff »
No refunds for cancellations after Nov. 5.


Tom O’Brien

Executive Director
Cushman & Wakefield

Scott Peterson

Vice President, Hospitality & Office Development
United Properties

Brent Robertson

Managing Director

Erin Fitzgerald


Gold Event Sponsors

Associated Bank    Bridgewater Bank    Colliers Mortgage    Davis

Fredrikson & Byron    GREATER MSP    Huntington National Bank    JLL

Link Industrial Properties    The Opus Group    Ryan Companies    U.S. Bank


Gain exposure among Minnesota's commercial real estate development industry by becoming a NAIOP Minnesota sponsor.