Town Hall: Bozzuto Chairman Tom Bozzuto
Tom Bozzuto is a 45-year real estate industry veteran who has seen — and overcome — more than his fair share of adversity. The Bozzuto Group chairman started his company during the 1988 recession and has weathered multiple economic disasters while his business has grown into a nationally recognized construction, development and property management juggernaut. As the commercial real estate industry faces the unprecedented challenges brought on by the coronavirus, we turn to leaders like Bozzuto to ask: Where do we go from here?
Join Bisnow as we host a virtual town hall with Bozzuto to discuss how The Bozzuto Group is handling its operations during the pandemic and what he has learned from his more than 45 years in CRE.
Throughout the discussion, we will ask about Bozzuto’s history leading a company through economic downturns, how he is keeping his employees safe, how local and federal legislation are impacting his business and how he is communicating with the thousands of people who call Bozzuto Group-managed buildings home.
This Bisnow webinar will take place April 21 at 11 a.m. ET, register here for tickets.
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Tom Bozzuto is the chairman and co-founder of The Bozzuto Group, and during his 45 years in the real estate industry, Bozzuto and his partners have overseen the development of more than 50,000 residences.
Each year, The Bozzuto Group starts more than 1,000 homes and apartment buildings and the company currently manages 70,000 apartments. Along with his real estate expertise, Bozzuto is known for his philanthropy and community involvement and he has served as president of Baltimore Citizens’ Planning and Housing Association, chair of the Maryland Science Center and chairman of the National Multifamily Housing Council.