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Boston Transit-Oriented Development Boom

How CRE Is Riding the Rails to Profit

Event Ended On: Tuesday August 14 2018

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Speakers and Panels

Opening Remarks

Michael Capuano

Michael Capuano

Congressman, State of Massachusetts

The Success of the Boston Landing Station

A Fireside Chat with Jim Halliday of NB Development

Jim Halliday

Jim Halliday

Managing Director, NB Development Group

Tad Read

Senior Deputy Director for Transportation & Infrastructure Planning, Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA)

Transit-Oriented Development

The Intersection of Transportation & Real Estate

Chris Kushel

Chris Kushel

Senior Regional Planner, Metropolitan Area Planning Council

Building Creatively for Boston’s Future

Transportation Redefined

Sandi Silk

Sandi Silk

SVP, Jefferson Apartment Group

Venue

Westin Copley Place
10 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02116

Ballroom: America South Ballroom

Parking Information: Discounted Valet Parking $29

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Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Registration, Networking & Breakfast
8:30 AM
8:35 AM
Opening Remarks by Congressman Michael E. Capuano
8:35 AM
9:00 AM
The Success of the Boston Landing Station
A Fireside Chat with Jim Halliday of NB Development
9:00 AM
9:05 AM
Additional Networking
9:05 AM
9:40 AM
Transit-Oriented Development: The Intersection of Transportation & Real Estate
9:40 AM
10:15 AM
Building Creatively for Boston’s Future
Transportation Redefined
10:15 AM
10:45 AM
More Schmoozing!

Summary

1) Should Boston developers look to the suburbs for the next TOD opportunity? Or are there still opportunities in the city?

2) Boston's MBTA system is notoriously out of date and traffic is a rapidly growing issue. How are Boston's top developers and government officials working together to come up with solutions? 

3) How has the transformation of Boston's Seaport District sped up improvements to mass transit?

4) Is private investment the best way to speed up improvements to the MBTA and is the lack of transit options holding Boston's economy back?

5) What does the Green Line realignment mean for Boston 2030, and how can you get involved?

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