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NAIOP March's Breakfast Program
Tue, March 21, 2017, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM CDT
RSVP for March's NAIOP Breakfast Program
Stuart Price-Tulsa Business Leader
Stuart Price has recently acquired a 13-plus building portfolio from San Francisco inventor and philanthropist Maurice Kanbar that includes 2.1 million square feet of downtown commercial real estate. Kanbar had originally invested over $100 million dollars in the portfolio.
Among Price’s most recent works is the transformation of the historic Transok Building, 2 W. Sixth St., into the Art Deco Lofts and Apartments, 95 percent of which are occupied. His group also filed a permit with the city late last year to build a 519-space parking garage at 415 S. Main St. The facility, three stories with two basement levels, carries an estimate construction cost of $12.8 million, according to the building permit.
Formerly a member of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, Price has served as chairman of the Tulsa City Park and Recreation Board, trustee of the University Center at Tulsa, member of the Rogers State College Foundation and national co-chair for fundraising at The University of Tulsa College of Law. He was a nominee for U.S. Congress, District 1, in 1994.
Price is a graduate of The University of Tulsa College of Law and a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
Price and his wife, Linda, have four children and three grandchildren.
Registration Begins 7:45 am...
Guests attendance, $30 - checks payable to NAIOP Tulsa Chapter. Credit Cards are also accepted. (Visa/MC/Discover)
PLEASE NOTE A FEW HOUSE KEEPING NOTES BELOW:
Dear NAIOP members and guests:
Our board looks forward to serving the NAIOP Oklahoma chapter in 2017; please note we have officially changed our name to reflect the state-wide appeal of our organization.
Historically, one of the cornerstones of membership is the monthly breakfast programming we plan. We can all appreciate the quality networking amongst our industry peers and speakers. In that spirit, we are making a slight change to the guest policy, to encourage our more-frequent visitors to consider joining NAIOP as a member. Similar to the best practices used by several other industry organizations, we will limit a guest’s attendance to our monthly meetings, to a total of two (2) per the year. We typically host eight (8) breakfast programs annually. Should a guest wish to attend more than two breakfast programs, we encourage them to join NAIOP as so many of you have over the years.
There is one other house-keeping item we need to ask for your help with related to the breakfasts. I want our board to be fiscally responsible with the chapter’s budget, and in turn, we need to request more accurate RSVPs amongst our membership for the breakfast meetings. We hope these new policies for 2017 will continue to draw strong attendance at our programs while helping the chapter to be more fiscally sound. Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me personally or anyone on our board, as we all work to improve the benefits of membership.
Guests are restricted to attend two breakfasts per year as a guest. The fee is $30 per guest per breakfast in 2017.
RSVPs will be required by 9 a.m. on the Monday prior to a Wednesday breakfast program.
Members who RSVP but do not attend, or who do not cancel their reservation prior to 9 a.m. on the Monday prior to a Wednesday breakfast program, will be billed a rate of $25 to cover the cost of the meal.
Thank you for your on-going interest in NAIOP, and for supporting our best efforts to continue to deliver a quality experience to our membership.
Cheers to a prosperous 2017,