Kate Nolan Bryden of MRP Industrial Elected to NAIOP Maryland Board of Directors

Kate Nolan Bryden, Senior Vice President, Development for MRP Industrial, has been elected to the Board of Directors of NAIOP Maryland. The local trade association, which has more than 400 members and represents the interests of the commercial real estate industry throughout the state, is part of NAIOP, a network of approximately 55 chapters in North America. NAIOP Maryland is comprised of commercial real estate development companies and professionals engaged with affiliated service companies including the architectural, brokerage, construction, interior design and legal industries.

Nolan Bryden manages all Maryland-based development and ground-up construction operations for the Baltimore-based company which has developed more than 18 million square feet of feet of warehouse, industrial and logistics space throughout the Mid-Atlantic region since 2013. An affiliate of MRP Realty, the group additionally has nearly 15 million square feet of space in the development pipeline.

She has approximately 20 years of directly-related real estate and construction management experience and earned a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Vanderbilt University and a Master in Science in Real Estate and Commercial Real Estate Development from The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. Nolan Bryden currently serves as Vice Chair, National Forums for NAIOP Corporate and was recognized with NAIOP Maryland’s Rising Star Award in 2018. She was also named to The Daily Record’s Leading Women List in 2016 and was honored as “Top 40 under 40” professional by the Baltimore Business Journal in 2015.

“MRP Industrial remains a long-term supporter and advocate of NAIOP, as we recognize the importance of the association to ensure the continued health and vitality of the commercial real estate industry both nationally and locally,” stated Nolan Bryden. “My involvement with NAIOP on a national level has provided me the opportunity to interact with leaders of the commercial real estate industry and my peer group. My appointment to the local board will enable me to add another voice to assist with critical decision-making to advance the goals and objectives of NAIOP Maryland.”

“Kate is a highly-achieving and extremely-respected commercial real estate professional, and we are confident she will add unique perspectives and important insights as we continue to build the NAIOP Maryland brand and serve the interests of our members,” stated John Hermann, President of NAIOP Maryland.

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