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Upcoming Events

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    Negotiating Your Best Offer

    JLL
    One Post Office Square, 26th Floor, Boston MA

    Members Only

    Join CREW Boston for an interactive webinar with Executive Coach Sharon Krohn as she demystify the landscape and help prepare you to negotiate your best offer.

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    Creative Placemaking: Changing the Ways We Activate Communities

    Mandarin Oriental Boston
    776 Boylston Street, Boston MA

    Public

    ​Partnerships bring vibrancy and economic opportunities that empower residents to take ownership of their communities. Join us to hear from thought leaders who will explain why creative placemaking should be an integral part of future developments.

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    CREW Boston at The Massachusetts Conference for Women

    The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
    415 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210

    Members Only

    Join CREW Boston at The MA Conference for Women. Purchase a CREW Boston ticket and have access to the sold out 1-day conference. A limited number of tickets are available. Registration opens on Wed, June 19 at 9:00 a.m. and tickets are non-refundable

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Prior Events

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    Tour of Harvard University’s Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center

    On July 25th, Harvard’s Director of Capital Projects, Shirin Karanfiloglu, Director of Common Spaces, Julie Crites, and Program Coordinator for Common Spaces, Tracey Daley, led a group of CREW members around Harvard’s new Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center.  Shirin, Julie and Tracey shared details about the history of the original building, Harvard’s vision for creating a center of campus that is also open to the public, and the constraints of performing the renovation while the building was occupied.  A few of our CREW members had worked on the project and shared their own insights into aspects of the design and the selection of furniture.

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    How Climate Change is Transforming the Waterfront

    CREW Boston members and guests enjoyed an evening in July for a boat tour of the Boston Harbor, the culmination of our year-long series of events discussing climate change and its impact on the commercial real estate industry. Panelists will discussed the unique features of Boston’s coastline and how that has informed and transformed a diverse array of projects and initiatives from Spaulding Rehab, to Clippership Wharf, to the previously proposed Boston Harbor barriers.

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    Resilient Boston Harbor

    The Sustainability Group hosted a brown bag lunch on July 11 to hear Richard McGuinness, Deputy Director for Climate Change and Environmental Planning at the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) discuss the City of Boston’s planning for the short and long term impacts of climate change and sea level rise. 

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    Committee Thank You Party

    As a thank you to our Committee members for their dedication and hard work, we invited them to a cocktail reception at Tishman Speyer’s Studio, a new concept in co-working space that just opened in the heart of the Financial District. Along with great networking, food, and wine, members were entered into a raffle for some amazing giveaways to show our appreciation. Attendees were able to tour the unique space and hear what makes Studio different from other co-working spaces. 

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    Adapting Urban Environments to Rising Seas

    On June 18th, CREW Boston’s Sustainability Group hosted an event on “Adapting Urban Environments to Rising Seas”.  Jill Allen Dixon and Laura Marett from Sasaki discussed planning for resilience in Boston, including highlights of Sasaki’s work as a part of the citywide Climate Ready Boston consultant team, and in other cities.

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    On the Edge: The Art of High-Impact Leadership

    At CREW Boston's Annual Meeting & June Luncheon at the Mandarin Oriental, we heard from Alison Levine, author of the New York Times Bestseller, “On the Edge” and Team Captain for the first American women’s Everest expedition in 2002. Alison spoke at the CREW Network National Convention and we were excited to bring her pieces of leadership advice to our Boston Chapter. 

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    Walking Tour of the "Point" in Salem

    On June 12th, members joined Mickey Northcutt, founder and CEO of the North Shore Community Development Coalition, Inc. (NSCDC) for a walking tour of the “Point” neighborhood of Salem, highlighting the placemaking efforts of the Punto Art Museum hosted by the Housing & Community Development Committee​.

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    Golf Clinic at Granite Links

    On a beautiful night in June, golfers met at Granite Links Golf Club for a clinic hosted by CREW Boston to help improve their swing and short game. After the clinic, the networking continued at the Crossing Nines Pation & Bar located between the putting green and driving range. 

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    Women in Government Reception with Kristen Lepore, Chief of Staff for Governor Charlie Baker

    CREW Boston cordially invites members and women working in the government/public sector as we celebrate and honor public sector women in real estate at the annual Women in Government Reception with special guest speaker, Kristen Lepore, Chief of Staff for Governor Charlie Baker.

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    Transformation of Washington Village

    On Thursday, May 16th at the Boston Harbor Hotel, Peter Sougarides from Samuels and Associates spoke to a very engaged crowd discussing the company’s upcoming project, Washington Village. The original developer, Core Investments, bought parcels along Dorchester and Old Colony Ave that is part of a 144 acre masterplan by the City of Boston designated for redevelopment.  Samuels and Associates has joined Core Investments to develop 700 residential units, 100K square feet of retail and a large open public space all encompassed on a 4.9 acre site.
     

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    Tour of Boston Landing

    In May, members got an inside tour at Jim Davis’ vision to turn Boston Landing into a premier, world-class wellness hub with Erin Harvey, NB Development Group. Now home to New Balance’s World Headquarters, the practice facilities for both the Boston Bruins at Warrior Ice Arena and the Boston Celtics at The Auerbach Center and a carefully curated offering of retail shops and restaurants, Mr. Davis’s vision will culminate in the delivery of The TRACK at new balance, a hydraulically banked track with seating capacity for up to 5,000 spectators. With the recent announcement of The Bowery Presents, a live music venue in the heart of the project, Boston Landing has emerged as one of Boston’s premier work, live and play communities. 

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    A Night of Networking, Shopping, Cocktails & Bites to benefit The Elizabeth Stone House

    CREW Boston members, colleagues and friends met up at Knoll Showroom for a Spring Shopping Fling - A Night of Networking, Shopping, Cocktails & Bites to benefit the Elizabeth Stone House. Attendees were able to stock up on all of their gift needs for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Graduation and more!  Vendors include Pots of Paradise, Sweet Lydia’s Treats, Ib Designs custom cards, Jewelry by Sage, Goodness Remedies and Project Bread. As a fun addition to the night - there was a Wine Pull and with a $20 cash donation to the Elizabeth Stone House, attendees walked away with a bottle of wine at the end of the night. It was a great night which raised $2,200 for the Elizabeth Stone House.

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    2019 Achievement Awards Celebration

    The 21st annual Achievement Awards took place on April 24 at the Fairmont Copley Plaza with over 275 guests gathered to honor 22 members for their outstanding and impressive accomplishments in commercial real estate. In addition to our Achievement Award honorees, we also recognized two very special groups this year, our Mentor/Mentee program, as well as the cohort of members from our Leadership Academy.  Through these three groups that we recognized – our earnest Mentees; our future Leaders; and our esteemed Achievers – attendees saw how the CREW organization supports its members as they grow both personally and professionally.

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    CREW Boston Members in Government - Discussion with Ellen DeNooyer, MBTA and Mary Knasas, BPDA

    Members attended the Public Strategies' breakfast for a discussion with members Ellen DeNooyer, Senior Project Manager with the MBTA and Mary Knasas, Senior Planner with the BPDA, as they spoke about their respective careers (private to public, planning to project management and back to planning) as well as an update on current real estate activities in each of their organizations.

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    A Night of Networking & Fashion

    CREW Boston gathered on March 14th at Sara Campbells headquarters for a night of networking, appetizers, drinks, and fashion as we welcome our new members and honor our Legacy Council members. The evening included a glimpse of spring fashion, shopping with amazing deals and of course networking. Members got a chance to get shopping advise from Sara Campbell herself as well as hear about her journey, successes and struggles. In the spirit of CREW Boston, many members offered her their gudiance.

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    CREW Boston at The Massachusetts Conference for Women

    Join CREW Boston at The MA Conference for Women. Purchase a CREW Boston ticket and have access to the sold out 1-day conference. A limited number of tickets are available. Registration opens on Wed, June 19 at 9:00 a.m. and tickets are non-refundable

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