BOMA Georgia November Luncheon

BOMA Georgia November Luncheon

Shift Atlanta: Changing How Atlanta Moves regarding new developments to transportation in Atlanta & How it will Impact the Commercial Real Estate.

Tim Keane was appointed Commissioner of Planning and Community Development by Mayor Kasim Reed on July 1, 2015. Tim is responsible for design, permitting, zoning, preservation, housing, community development and transportation planning in this role. Prior to this appointment Tim was Director of Planning, Preservation and Sustainability for the City of Charleston, South Carolina for 11 years. Tim worked for Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr. on all matters related to planning, urban design, preservation and economic development. Tim was also the first Planning Director for the Town of Davidson, North Carolina. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Planning and Master’s degree in Architecture from the University of North Carolina in Charlotte. Tim was a Knight Fellow at the University of Miami School of Architecture. Presented by Mid America Metals.

Member Price: Free, but registration is required;Non-Member Price: $69; Late registration fee of $25 after Nov. 5

BOMA Georgia Luncheons bring together commercial real estate owners, asset managers, engineers, product and service providers for a networking lunch and presentation. These lunches attract between 300 and 500 attendees per engagement. BOMA Georgia lunches are free for members and just $69 for non-members who register by the deadline.

Thank you to our event sponsor, Mid America Metals.
11/13/2019 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Atlanta Marriott Northeast/Emory Area 2000 Century Blvd, NE Atlanta 30345
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Wednesday, 14 November 2018

The BOMA Georgia Foundation advances real estate education and research and is exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and contributions are deductible as charitable contributions under the law. Since the foundation was created, it has awarded over 200 scholarships, conducted five research projects, and released one white paper.


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