Bisnow: Boston Burbs Bonanza 2019

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Bisnow: Boston Burbs Bonanza 2019

Wednesday, July 17, 2019 - 7:30am to 10:30am

Overview

The 128 Belt has long been the demarkation of suburban life. Major commercial office, retail and mixed-use projects have caught up to the level of traffic to the point of creating micro urban hot spots like the Burlington Mall development. But major companies like Corning Life Sciences and Raytheon have extended their reach out of the hub into the 495 corridor. As Boston's central hub continues to fill up with major companies relocating their headquarters into the city, the 128 corridor looks equally as enticing for companies looking to take advantage of cheaper rents and suburban lifestyle settings while avoiding transportation issues closer to the city. Some reports have described the 128 office market as restrained given lack of net absorption in 2018 but the strength of the life science and technology sectors continue to attract development along the suburban belt in multifamily, mixed-use, and hotel sectors. Find out how the suburbs are evolving in 2019 and answer all your questions at Bisnow's Boston Burbs Bonzanza.

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Eric Smookler CFO WS Development
Cappy Daume Managing Director, Asset Management The Davis Companies
As Managing Director of Asset Management, Cappy is responsible for maximizing value within TDC's real estate portfolio. She serves on the Investment Committee. Prior to joining TDC, she had 20 years of experience in investment sales and leasing of commercial real estate. Most recently, Cappy was the Managing Director in charge of the Jones Lang LaSalle (formerly Spaulding & Slye) Boston Capital Markets Group. During her tenure there, she and her team completed over $7 billion in investment sales and advisory assignments. Prior to this, Cappy was a leasing broker for eight years. Cappy is a member of the GBREB, PREA, NAIOP, NEWIRE and ULI. In 2010 and 2011, she was Co-Chair of the NAIOP Programming Committee and served on the NAIOP Executive Committee. In 2008 and 2009, Cappy was a Co-Chair of the United Way of Boston's Real Estate Fundraising Campaign. Other board experience includes REFA Board Member from 2003 to 2006 and NEWIRE Steering Committee member from 1997 to 2000. Cappy has received numerous awards including Boston's "Top 10" Real Estate Professionals by Women's Business Boston in 2009; CoStar's Power Broker Award in 2007; Boston Business Journal's "40 Under 40" Award in 2003; Boston Magazine's list of Greater Boston's "100 Most Influential Women" in 2003; repeat recipient of GBREB's "Top 5" Investment Sales Person Award and Multi-Million Dollar Sales Award; Forum's Real Estate Power Broker Award in 2006 and 2008; and Banker & Tradesman's "Women of FIRE" Award in 2012. Cappy has a Bachelor of Science degree from Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
Lauren Jezienicki SVP, Boston Bozzuto Development Company
Lauren Jezienicki is responsible for identifying development opportunities and overseeing the company's New England development pipeline of nearly two million square feet. Prior to joining Bozzuto, Lauren worked at The JBG Companies in Chevy Chase, Maryland, where she served as a Vice President of Development and was responsible for the underwriting, design, entitlement, construction, and delivery of nearly one million square feet of urban multifamily projects. Prior to working at The JBG Companies, Lauren was an Assistant Development Manager at The Shooshan Company in Arlington, Virginia on the Liberty Center project, a one million square foot mixed-use project in the Ballston neighborhood. Lauren graduated from Boston University with a bachelor's in business administration and Columbia University with a master's in business administration. She is an active member of NAIOP Massachusetts and the Urban Land Institute. Lauren also serves on as an Executive Committee Board Member of the Design Museum Foundation.
Peter Gottlieb SVP Rubenstein Partners
Mike Eardley Director, Energy & Sustainability EBI Consulting
Mike Eardley is Director of Energy & Sustainability at EBI Consulting, managing EBI's nationwide engineering team. He has 20 years of experience in energy consulting, building commissioning, and high performance facilities. His contributions to the industry have included serving as President of the Northeast Chapter of the Building Commissioning Association, President of the Building Commissioning Certification Board, Board Officer of the U.S. Green Building Council's New Hampshire Chapter, and Program's Chair for a national technical committee of ASHRAE. Aside from work, Mike enjoys the challenges of coaching the baseball and football teams for his two sons.
Robert Buckley Senior Partner ?Riemer ?& ?Braunstein
Land use planning, commercial real estate law, and environmental law are the focus of Bob's practice. He is recognized for his experience in developing comprehensive zoning initiatives for mixed-use development projects and his expertise in environmental issues, including wetlands and Brownfield sites. His work on several projects has been cited by Massachusetts officials as examples of creative and responsive zoning. Bob's projects have been featured in local and national publications, including The Boston Globe, Boston Business Journal, and The Wall Street Journal. He also has written articles for several publications and has spoken at forums on land use and zoning issues associated with commercial real estate development.

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