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NAIOP New Jersey celebrates commercial real estate leaders


NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ —The Garden State’s commercial real estate community gathered screen-side to celebrate the achievements of its outstanding leaders and to honor the most impactful transactions of 2019 as NAIOP New Jersey held its 33rd Annual Commercial Real Estate Awards Gala. The virtual event also marked the 50th anniversary of the commercial real estate development association and featured appearances by Governor Phil Murphy and Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick.

“At a time when we are all concerned about the economic future of our state, we are grateful to have leaders like you in the real estate industry,” said Murphy. “I want to express my gratitude to Mike McGuinness and the members of NAIOP New Jersey for your incredible partnership. Working together we will get through this unprecedented time in our state’s history, and be stronger for it.” In his opening remarks, NAIOP New Jersey president Eugene Preston of Dermody Properties said, “NAIOP’s core mission is advocacy. Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, we have worked closely with the Murphy Administration, legislative leaders and our business community colleagues to protect your interests and pave the way to a safe reopening and recovery of our economy. This astonishing disruption will reshape commercial real estate, economic and social landscapes, and public policy in unforeseen ways for years to come. Be assured, NAIOP will be part of the solutions.”


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