About the BOMA Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC)

The Middle Atlantic Conference is comprised of 16 local associations with a combined membership in excess of 3,500 members covering 11 states and the District of Columbia. The Middle Atlantic Conference meets at the BOMA International Winter Business Meeting and the BOMA International June Convention as well as holding its own annual meeting in the spring.

The purpose of the conference is to promote the exchange of ideas and information, promote the general welfare of the industry, and groom the future leaders of BOMA International.

As the largest and most active region in BOMA International, BOMA MAC has utilized its position to provide leadership opportunities to our local members and training to our TOBY winners to improve and capitalize on the abundance of intellectual property that resides within the MAC membership. Many members have risen to leadership positions in BOMA International as BOMA International Officers, chairs of committees, Task Force Chairs, SIG Chairs, and committee members that support BOMA and our industry.

2017 Regional TOBY Award Winners

250,000 - 499,999 Square Feet

ONE Marina Park Drive, Managed by CBRE | New England

Earth Building

100 Federal Street, Managed by Boston Properties

Historical Building

501 Boylston Street, Managed by CBRE | New England

Renovated Builidng

177 Huntington Ave., Managed by CBRE | New England

BOMA International Winter Meeting

Sunday, January 29- Tuesday, January 31, 2017
San Diego, CA

BOMA International Conference

Sunday, June 24 – Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Nashville, TN

International TOBY Awards Dinner: Tuesday, June 27th

For more information about the MAC and International Conference, please contact Adrienne Maley.

 

Calendar

Event
BOMA Summer Cruise
Rowes Wharf
5:30pm
 
BOMA Roundtable: Marijuana In CRE
South Station Conference Room
11:45am
 
BOMI: Real Estate Investment & Finance
Reservoir Place
8:30am
 
BOMI: Managing The Organization
BOMA Offices
4:00pm
 
BOMI: Environmental Health & Safety Issues
8:30am