CREW Boston

Prior Events

Prior Events

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  • Holiday Gift & Crafting Party to benefit the Carolina Hill Shelter

    Holiday Gift & Crafting Party to benefit the Carolina Hill Shelter

    On December 12th, more than 35 CREW Boston members participated in the Holiday Gift and Craft Party to benefit Carolina Hill Shelter.  CREW members purchased gifts for 17 families residing at Carolina Hill, who without CREW’s assistance would not have received gifts this holiday season.  This year, CREW members also crafted hand-made ornaments for the families.  The outpouring of CREW’s generosity was overwhelming and truly appreciated by Carolina Hill.  The Holiday Gift and Craft Party, hosted by the Community Involvement Committee, also provided a great networking opportunity to socialize with other CREW members, as well as enjoy pizza and wine.

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  • Development Project Management Group Kick-Off Reception

    Development Project Management Group Kick-Off Reception

    The CREW Development Project Management Group hosted a successful kickoff event on December 4. Nearly 40 women attended the event and enjoyed drinks, snacks and networking. The group co-chairs gave a brief overview of the genesis of the group, its goals, and what members can expect for future programming. Members participated in a icebreaker to introduce themselves and something they are working on in their personal or professional life. Feedback about the group was extremely positive and the members in attendance indicated a strong desire for a group to fill this niche within the CREW offering. Many members provided suggestions for future programming. The next event is expected to be scheduled in early 2018.

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  • 5th Annual Holiday Shop for a Cause

    5th Annual Holiday Shop for a Cause

    On November 30th, the CREW Boston Community Involvement Committee (CIC) hosted the fifth annual Holiday Shop for a Cause event to benefit the Elizabeth Stone House (ESH), an organization that serves homeless and at-risk families and individuals who have experienced domestic violence, substance abuse, and mental illness. CREW attendees and their guests enjoyed delicious appetizers and drinks while shopping the wares of vendors with a treasure trove of goods for the mind, body and soul, including unique jewelry, handmade knits, delicious treats and art!  Most importantly, the event raised $1,800 for ESH, which will be used for ESH’s summer camp program for the children they served. 

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  • 2017 CREW Convention Convention & Marketplace

    2017 CREW Convention Convention & Marketplace

    Over 35 CREW Boston members attended the 2017 CREW Network Convention & Marketplace held in Houston Texas in October. The Convention was a tremendous success with over 1,000 commercial real estate professionals in attendance.
     

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  • Disruption: The Impacts of Seniors & Millennials in the Boston Housing Market

    Disruption: The Impacts of Seniors & Millennials in the Boston Housing Market

    What do seniors, Baby Boomers and millennials have in common? More than you might think, when it comes to housing. At CREW Boston’s October luncheon panel at the InterContinental, panelists Ted Tye of National Development, Larry Gerber of Epoch Assisted Living, and Aeron Hodges of Stantec talked about the current state of the Boston housing market, what millennials and seniors are looking for, and how their needs and demographics are already changing the market.

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  • Discover CREW Boston and Wines Around the World

    Discover CREW Boston and Wines Around the World

    Attendees of the Discover CREW Boston and Wines from Around the World enjoyed a fun evening of conversation and wine in October.  Members and guests had the opportunity to hear about the organization’s amazing committees and groups while sampling 8 wines from around the world along with some delicious hors d’oeuvres!  The room was filled with great energy and excitement as members, guests and committee volunteers mingled and networked.  This was a great way for those new to the organization, as well as potential members, to learn more about CREW Boston and all the different way to to get more involved.   Thanks to all the committee volunteers and our host, Margulies Perruzzi Architects, for making this a great evening.

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  • Conversations and Connections

    Conversations and Connections

    The Rising Leaders Group kicked of the 2017-18 CREW year with a great discussion with this year’s CREW Boston President, Lisa Serafin. Lisa shared key points of her career, including graduating into a recession and the path that led to founding Redgate. The discussion spanned topics from knowing when to take risks to the difference between role models, mentors, and sponsors (and why they are all important in different ways). We also talked about Lisa’s vision for CREW and shared ideas on events and programs that are particularly appealing to the Rising Leaders group.

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  • What’s New with the Massachusetts Community Preservation Act?

    What’s New with the Massachusetts Community Preservation Act?

    The CREW Boston’s Public Strategies Committee Breakfast Series explored the Community Preservation Act (CPA).  A discussion was led by Kathleen O’Donnell, a long-time CREW member, real estate attorney and a Steering Committee member of the MA Community Preservation Coalition and Christine Poff, the recently appointed Director of the Boston Community Preservation Committee.

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  • 21st Annual Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the CREW Boston Educational Foundation

    21st Annual Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the CREW Boston Educational Foundation

    ​CREW Boston members and colleagues enjoyed a round of golf at Wellesley Country Club on a beautiful warm and sunny fall day to benefit the CREW Boston Educational Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) endowed fund that supports the CREW Boston Educational Foundation Scholarship. Thank you to all of our sponsors and donors – and a special thanks to tournament sponsor, Schneider Electric. 

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  • Real Disruption: At the Intersection of Real Estate, Technology and Innovation

    Real Disruption: At the Intersection of Real Estate, Technology and Innovation

    At a breathtaking pace, with rapid progression of slides and capsule descriptions of the plethora of startups and other recent entrants into all aspects of the real estate industry, Steve Weikal, Head of Industry Relations at the MIT Center for Real Estate, described a business that is changing so fast it’s almost impossible to keep up with. Weikal’s message was that technology is enabling a record-speed wave of innovation, creating new products services, and ways of doing business.

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Upcoming Events

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    Dissecting the OAC Meeting

    Turner Construction Company
    2 Seaport Lane, Boston MA

    Members Only

    The weekly OAC meeting is a staple of every development project with people representing diverse viewpoints and interests who must work together to achieve the a goal. Join CREW Boston for a presentation/discussion with representatives of a OAC team.

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    Take Your Business to the Next Level!

    Construction Coordinators, Inc.
    140 Gould Street, Needham, MA

    Members Only

    As owners and managers of our businesses, we understand that business development is a key component. But how do we balance our time between bringing in the work and doing the work? Join the Entrepreneur Exchange Group and hear from Haley Ayraud.

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    A Night of Networking with the Wild Women of Boston

    Robinson & Cole LLP
    One Boston Place, 25th Floor, Boston MA

    Members Only

    Members are cordially invited to join CREW Boston as we welcome new members and honor members of the CREW Boston Legacy Council for a night of networking, appetizers, and drinks, along with a special presentation you do not want to miss.

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    Raising Your Professional Profile

    Redgate
    265 Franklin Street, 6th Floor, Boston MA

    Public

    Most women are quietly confident in their professional capabilities, often to their detriment. Join us as Tina Cassidy explains everything from why visibility is important for success and how to achieve it.

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