Event Ended On: Thursday June 13 2019
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Breakfast & Networking
What Makes a Great Neighborhood - Testing Boston by the Numbers
Construction, Development, & Design Along Boston's Transit Corridors
Post Event Networking
Westin Boston Waterfront
425 Summer Street
Boston MA 02210
Ballroom / Floor: Commonwealth Ballroom, Concourse Level
Self-Parking $32.00 per car, based upon availability
Valet Parking $50.00 per car
Boston continues to see development across its skyline and yet there are always opportunities to gain a competitive edge in the market. There continue to be overlooked
neighborhoods that developers might simply be waiting on for the market to turn. As we approach what might be an economic slow-down, finding the optimal investment brings our attention to Boston's
Hottest Submarkets. Where and why they are on the cusp will come down to a variety of elements, such as transit, competition, and other local magnets. A recent
study show that affordable housing continues to be a major concern for Mayors across America and Boston is not devoid of this issue. Mayor Marty Walsh has
prioritized this issue over the past few years and the CRE industry continues to try to find solutions. Are there opportunities for growth in neighborhoods like the South End, Alewife, Everett and more? Come join us for Bisnow's Hottest Emerging Markets Summit and find out! Please send all questions to: John, Northeast Event Producer, at: email@example.com
Don't forget those business cards!
1. What neighborhoods in the City of Boston are seeing the most development and why?
2. What investment strategies are giving the best ROI?
3. How will the MBTA's Future 40 program impact real estate moves in 2019?
4. What major transportation initiatives will most likely see an investment response and what communities will benefit the most?
5. How are developers addressing Boston's affordable housing crisis and where can we expect to see the new units come online? Does TOD offer a solution?