The Building Owners & Managers Association of Greater New York (BOMA New York) is pleased to announce the formation of its Asset Management Committee. The Committee will seek opportunities to better serve the New York commercial real estate asset management community through education, information and networking.
The Asset Management Committee
The goal of the Asset Management Committee is to enhance asset value by connecting property and asset managers through education and networking. The Committee will provide a forum to discuss topics and issues related to commercial real estate asset management.The Committee oversees the development of programs and services for asset managers and information for property managers and others who need to better understand the asset management function within commercial real estate.
“We realized that the asset management role in commercial real estate was presenting itself on a large scale and there is a shift in the responsibilities of our members in property management,” said BOMA New York President Ron Zeccardi. “As such, we wanted to appeal to all our members, emerging leaders and seasoned property management professionals, to provide a better understanding of the role asset management plays and offer the necessary tools and information to succeed in that realm. I encourage all interested commercial real estate professionals to join us in this endeavor.”
The Committee, led by Chair Dominec Rauccio of Hines, will hold its first meeting on August 16, 2018 at 8:30 AM in the BOMA New York office at One Penn Plaza.
To sign up for the committee, please contact BOMA New York’s Executive DirectorBobbi McGowan at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our committee sign-up form here.
About Building Owners & Managers Association of Greater New York (BOMA NY)
BOMA New York is the largest member of BOMA International, which represents commercial real estate responsible for the ownership and management of some of the world’s most prestigious properties. BOMA New York serves as the first line of defense for New York’s working public, accountable for the safety, physical well-being and security of the City’s 3 million office tenants. For more information, please visit the Association’s website at www.bomany.org