BOMA Georgia November Luncheon

BOMA Georgia November Luncheon
Sponsored by Mid America Metals

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

Douglas Nagy is Deputy Commissioner of City Planning for the City of Atlanta. He previous led city-building and business strategy teams across Asia & Latin America with McKinsey & Company. Douglas co-founded McKinsey's office in Medellin, Colombia and previously served as the youngest Main Street manager in America. 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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