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Boston Student Housing & Higher Education Real Estate Summit

How Academic Institutions are Driving CRE Investment

Event Ended On: Thursday October 31 2019

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Speakers and Panels

Higher Ed Investment Strategy

John Nucci

John Nucci

SVP, External Affairs, Suffolk University

Dan Cummings

Managing Director & Head of Bain Capital Real Estate, Bain Capital
Young Park

Young Park

President, Berkeley Investments
Sarah Eusden Gallop

Sarah Eusden Gallop

Co-Director, Government and Community Relations, MIT
John Whitney
Moderator

John Whitney

Northeast Events Producer, Bisnow

Developing & Designing Student Housing for Boston

Joe Albanese

Joe Albanese

CEO, Commodore Builders

The Campus of Tomorrow

Thomas Glynn

Thomas Glynn

CEO, Harvard Allston Land Company, Harvard University
Marika Reuling

Marika Reuling

Managing Director, Allston Initiatives, Harvard University
Patricia Filippone

Patricia Filippone

Executive Director of Public-Private Partnerships, University of Massachusetts

Venue

Westin Waterfront
425 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02210

Ballroom/Floor: Marina Ballroom – Lobby Level

Parking Information: Self-Parking $32.00 per car, based upon availability
Valet Parking $50.00 per car

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Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
9:15 AM
Higher Ed Investment Strategy
How Can Owners Partner with Institutions for Future Development Deals?
9:15 AM
10:00 AM
Developing & Designing Student Housing for Boston
The Challenges of Constructing Student Housing for the 21st Century
10:00 AM
10:45 AM
The Campus of Tomorrow
How Boston Continues to Set the Standard and Maintain the Title as the Intellectual Capital of the World
10:45 AM
11:00 AM
Post-Event Networking

Summary

  1. Is private student housing a viable option for Boston given the available options?
  2. Will universities resist co-living as a possible housing solution?
  3. What major institutional investments are leading the way in student housing?
  4. Can student housing and co-living solve some of Boston's housing challenges?
  5. Will universities consider partnering with independent student housing developments?