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Register Today – CBPA Industry Awards Dinner & 50th Anniversary Celebration

January 12, 2022

DINNER CELEBRATES CBPA’s 50 YEARS OF SERVICE TO COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE Awards Event Also Honors Rex S. Hime Upon His Retirement California Business Properties Association Industry Awards Dinner & 50th Anniversary Celebration is scheduled for March 24, 2022, at The Renaissance Hotel in Newport Beach starting at 6:00pm. This bi-annual event More »

CBPA Weekly Update: January 7, 2022

January 10, 2022

Happy new year from CBPA Below is a message from CBPA’s new President & CEO, Matthew Hargrove: Happy New Year from California Business Properties Association!  Thank you for being a member of CBPA and/or one of the affiliated real estate groups we work so closely with. Your involvement shows you have gone above-and-beyond as a leader More »

SPECIAL- Save the Dates

December 13, 2021

TWO IMPORTANT CBPA EVENTS IN 2022 This coming year, 2022, marks two very special and momentous occasions for California Business Properties Association – Our 50th Anniversary and the retirement of Rex S. Hime who led the organization for the last 37 years. We know many of you will want to attend one or both events so want to give you clear More »

CBPA Weekly Update- November 19, 2021

November 19, 2021

REX HIME SET TO STEP ASIDE In case you missed it, after almost four decades leading the commercial real estate industry in California, Rex Hime will step aside. California Business Properties Association (CBPA) Board Chair Joe Markling announced earlier this month that Rex S. Hime is stepping aside from his longstanding role as President & More »

CBPA Weekly Update- November 12, 2021

November 12, 2021

After Almost Four Decades Leading the Commercial Real Estate Industry Rex Hime Set to Step Aside California Business Properties Association (CBPA) Board Chair Joe Markling announced today that Rex S. Hime is stepping aside from his longstanding role as President & CEO of CBPA and taking on the role as Senior Advisor to CBPA, effective at the More »

CBPA Weekly Update- November 5, 2021

November 5, 2021

STRATEGIC ISSUES CONFERENCE – HOTEL DISCOUNT ENDS TODAY ***DISCOUNTED HOTEL ROOM RATE ENDS TODAY.  BOOK YOUR ROOM TODAY!!***  Several major groups have come together to host an event you don’t want to miss! California Business Properties Association (CBPA), American Council for Engineering Companies (ACEC), Building Owners and Managers More »

CBPA Weekly Update- October 29, 2021

October 29, 2021

GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP TO EASE PORT BACKLOG This week Governor Newsom announced a partnership with the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) aimed at speeding up the process of modernizing our port operations and supply chain process as a whole. The partnership agreement includes: Port-specific upgrades;Expanding capacity for freight More »

CBPA Weekly Update- October 22, 2021

October 22, 2021

BUSINESS GROUPS CALL FOR ACTION ON PORT BACKLOG As the backlog at our California ports continues to grow, urgent action is needed.  Along with our partners at the California Business Roundtable, California Retailers Association and California Manufacturers & Technology Association, we created a new goods-movement coalition to come up with More »

CBPA Weekly Update- October 8, 2021

October 8, 2021

LAST DAY FOR GOVERNOR TO SIGN/VETO BILLS Sunday is the last day for Governor Brown to sign or veto bills passed by the Legislature (Art. IV, Sec.10(b)(1) of the State Constitution).  We have already reported on a tranche of bills he signed regarding affordable housing and warehousing regulations.  Next week, after the deadline, expect a full report More »

CBPA Weekly Update- October 1, 2021

October 1, 2021

STATEWIDE COMMERCIAL EVICTION MORATORIUM EXPIRES The California Executive Order explicitly authorizing local government the ability to adopt local COMMERCIAL eviction moratoriums expires today.  The Governor has given no indication he will extend the order again. The original Executive order “N-28-20,” adopted in March 2020, specifically allowed More »