Chris Molina: Emerging Star of Development from NAIOP Developing Leaders Institute
McDonald Carano congratulates Chris Molina on graduating from the NAIOP Southern Nevada Developing Leaders Institute, serving as 2023 Class President, receiving Emerging Star of Development recognition, and leading his team to win the best project award! Chris is a Real Estate & Land Use attorney focusing his practice on real estate transactions, land use matters and real estate litigation.
The Developing Leaders Institute program is a 12-month curriculum of leadership and real estate training courses taught by Southern Nevada real estate and development industry professionals. The program includes a hands-on team activity to plan a project from site selection to the disposition of the completed project. Participating in the Developing Leaders Institute is very competitive and only 22 people were chosen for the Class of 2023. We congratulate Chris on this important achievement.
McDonald Carano is proud to support the Southern Nevada Chapter of NAIOP (the Commercial Real Estate Development Association) through our annual President’s Circle Sponsorship and sponsorship of additional events throughout the year that help NAIOP serve its members, the commercial real estate industry, and the community.
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