Event Ended On: Thursday May 17 2018
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Breakfast & Networking
2018 Forecast: Development Pipeline and Market Fundamentals
Workplace of the Future: What Tenants Want
Closing Fireside Chat: Co-working vs. Traditional Office Space
Boston Marriott Long Wharf
296 State St
Boston, MA 02109
Ballroom: Grand Ballroom
Harbor Garage for a flat fee of $30 per vehicle up to 12 hours. Garage rates below if you do not pay the flat fee:
Less than 20 minutes - $9.00
20-40 minutes - $18.00
40-60 minutes - $27.00
60-80 minutes - $36.00
80 minutes – 24 hours - $40.00
½ – 1 hour – $20.00
1 – 2 hours – $40.00
2 – 3 hours – $42.00
3 – 4 hours – $46.00
4 – 5 hours – $50.00
5 – 24 hours – $55.00
As Boston's economy continues to flourish, the
creative, office space is higher than ever. A top contender for
Boston is a "must have" location for many industries. As the
for Boston office space continues to
skyrocket, Boston's best and brightest CRE professionals are up for the task. Join us for breakfast, networking, and exciting panels on Thursday, May 17th. We look forward to seeing you there!
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2) As tenants opt for short-term leases, what is Boston's office leasing outlook over the next few years?
3) What are the latest CRE practices disrupting the way we develop, build, design, and think about our workplaces?
4) Will co-working space continue to expand throughout the city? How are Boston's traditional workplaces competing?
5) What are firms doing to inspire creativity and increase productivity in the workplace to attract and retain talent?