BOMA Boston update: Webinar with mayor Marty Walsh

August 07, 2020 - Owners Developers & Managers

Boston, MA Last month, the Greater Boston Real Estate Board leadership held a webinar with Boston’s mayor, Marty Walsh on the impacts of COVID-19 on residential and commercial real estate. Mayor Walsh and members of his administration shared about challenges facing the real estate industry and how we can work together. BOMA Boston’s president, Shawn Carroll as well as other division president’s with the Greater Boston Real Estate Board participated in the conversation.

The TOBY & Industry Awards recognize the best and brightest in property management, building operations and service in the commercial real estate industry. There are 17 categories for The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Awards, and 10 categories for the Industry Awards. Since the TOBYs are nationally recognized, the local winners move onto the regional competition, and hopefully, the international competition.

If you are interested in submitting your building for a TOBY Award, the BOMA Boston TOBY & Industry Awards website is where you can review all of the call for entries and category requirements, detailed information about the awards process and more. If you plan to enter a building this year, please notify BOMA Boston by emailing Kayla Burmeister, [email protected], at your earliest convenience. 

BOMA Boston encourages all CRE professionals to consider nominating a deserving colleague for an Industry Award. The BOMA Boston TOBY Website,, has all the information on the submissions process as well as the pre-recorded TOBY Tutorial and BOMA360 informational webinar. 

BOMA Boston and BOMA International are both continuously updating their websites with updates and resources surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Save the date for theBOMA Boston Annual BOMA Golf Tournament on September 28th at Pinehills in Plymouth. As of now this event will still be taking place, we will keep folks informed if anything gets rescheduled based on government recommendations.



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