CREW Boston

Prior Events

Prior Events

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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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  • An Afternoon of Service at Carolina Hill Shelter

    An Afternoon of Service at Carolina Hill Shelter

    On August 4, 2017, a group of CREW Boston members traveled to Marshfield for an afternoon of service at the Carolina Hill Shelter, a transitional shelter aimed at breaking the cycle of homelessness for families in need.  The event was planned by the Community Involvement Committee, and project coordinator and CIC member Bonny Doorakian worked with the shelter to obtain painting supplies and perennials for planting, with the help of generous donations from East Boston Savings Bank and Lowe’s.  With these supplies and an afternoon of hard work, volunteers Despina Hixon, Chrissy Vincenti, Pat Cooper, Anne Sodergren, Jessica Park, and Gayle Simmons, along with Bonny, were able to make a big impact at the shelter, sprucing up the grounds with newly-planted flowers and brightening the living room with a new coat of paint. 

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  • Committee Thank You Party

    Committee Thank You Party

    On Tuesday, June 27th CREW Boston committee members were honored for their hard work and commitment to the various committees that make CREW Boston successful.  The event was held at the beautiful Society of Arts + Crafts in the Seaport and while networking, members were able to see the works of Tanya Crane, Janice Jakielski, and Julie Morringello, the 2017 Artist Awards winners. We heard from Fabio Fernandez, Executive Director of the SAC to learn more about the organization and its roots starting in 1897.

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  • Golf Clinic at Granite Links

    Golf Clinic at Granite Links

    Over 30 women joined CREW Boston at Granite Links on a beautiful summer evening to improve their swing and short game.  The participants rotated through three stations including full swing, chipping and putting while being instructed by Granite Link's golf pros. Players of all levels benefited from the clinic and became more comfortable with their golf skills.  It was a perfect summer evening to enjoy the gorgeous view of Boston's skyline and network on the Crossing Nines Patio & Bar following the clinic.

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  • Housing & Community Development Tour

    Housing & Community Development Tour

    Michelle Apigian of ICON architecture gave an overview of The Distillery in South Boston, the region’s first passive house apartment building, as part of the Housing and Community Development Committee’s annual Project Tour event. Attendees also toured the Patriot Homes and ended the evening at Coppersmith for networking.

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Upcoming Events

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    Golf Clinic at Granite Links

    Granite Links Golf Club
    100 Quarry Hills Drive, Quincy, MA

    Members Only

    Is your golf game a bit rusty? Looking for a good clinic to get you back in the swing for the season? New to the game and wondering where to start? If so - join us at Granite Links Golf Club.

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    Cambridge Netwalk in Danehy Park

    Mayor Danehy Park
    99 Sherman St, Cambridge, MA 02140

    Members Only

    Join us for a Netwalk to enjoy a beautiful networking walk with your fellow CREW Boston members through Danehy Park, a beautiful 50-acre recreational facility with walking trails in the City of Cambridge.

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    Entrepreneur Exchange Summer Social

    The Farmhouse
    970 Great Plain Avenue, Needham MA 02492

    Members Only

    ​The Commonwealth -- AND CREW Boston -- have lifted restrictions! Let's catch up at a social networking lunch with the CREW Boston Entrepreneur Exchange!

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    How the Build Back Better Plan Will Impact CRE

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    United States

    CREW Network

    President Biden’s Build Back Better Plan, consisting of The American Rescue Plan, American Jobs Plan and the American Families Plan, is working its way through Congress. What does this mean for you, your company and commercial real estate?

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