• Suffolk Downs Redevelopment (Webinar)

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    Name: Suffolk Downs Redevelopment (Webinar)
    Date: February 11, 2021
    Time: 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM EST
    Registration: Register Now
    Suffolk Downs Redevelopment
    Event Description:

    Suffolk Downs Redevelopment (Webinar)
    presented by:

       
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    featuring Thomas N. O'Brien, Founding Partner & Managing Director,
    The HYM Investment Group


    What’s happening at Suffolk Downs? Join Tom O’Brien of The HYM Investment Group to hear the latest insight into their redevelopment plans, schedule and construction needs. Suffolk Downs is an important project that will help define Boston’s future. This webinar will identify future opportunities for Massachusetts Building Congress and Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts members, as well as the AEC community at large. Don’t miss it.....

    The HYM Investment Group’s vision for Suffolk Downs has been planned around the goals of connectivity and accessibility. The design is arranged around a strong open space and public realm framework that provides an opportunity to reconnect the East Boston and Revere neighborhoods that surround Suffolk Downs. The redevelopment will create a new neighborhood with an active, lively and appropriate mix of uses (including life science/lab, commercial office, residential, retail, hotel, and other uses), connected and supported by new publicly-accessible open space, neighborhood retail, and civic spaces. The redevelopment of Suffolk Downs provides a unique opportunity to create an engaging open space system, create additional housing, spur economic development, and improve connections between several adjoining neighborhoods as well as the surrounding waterfront, open space and other natural amenities.

    Thomas N. O'Brien is the Founding Partner and Managing Director of The HYM Investment Group, LLC.  HYM is currently leading the development of over eighteen (18) million square feet of mixed-use development in Greater Boston, including the following notable and complex projects: Bulfinch Crossing (Government Center Garage Redevelopment), Boston Landing, NorthPoint, and Suffolk Downs. Prior to HYM, O'Brien served as a Managing Partner for JPI, a national developer and owner of multifamily communities, and as a Managing Director in Boston and New York for Tishman Speyer, one of the world’s leading real estate firms. O'Brien also led the Boston Redevelopment Authority as its Director and Chief of Staff, overseeing the development of over 12 million Square Feet of projects in Boston, from 1994 to 2000.  O'Brien has served as Chairman of The Greater Boston Real Estate Board and is Vice Chair of the Board of Overseers of The Anti-Defamation League of New England. In 2011, the Governor of Massachusetts appointed O’Brien to the Board of the Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency.  In 2016, Mayor Martin J. Walsh appointed O’Brien to the Board of Trustees of the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Conservancy.  O’Brien is a graduate of Brown University and Suffolk University Law School, and is a member of the Massachusetts Bar.

    Event Sponsors:
    • TJ McCartney

    - Lead Sponsor-

    - Corporate Sponsor -

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    • TEC Building Systems, Inc.
    Location:
    via Zoom
    Attendees will receive link information
    Date/Time Information:
    Thursday, February 11, 2021
    2:00-3:15pm
     
    Fees/Admission:

    $45 MBC & ASM Members
    $60 Non-members
    Free to 20|30 Club Members & young professionals in AEC

    The MBC invites you to become a sponsor for the Jan. 28 webinar.  Sponsorship benefits include company logo on MBC website, logo on invitations by email & social media, program recognition during the webinar.

    Lead Sponsors $1,000

    • Includes 10 tickets
    • Company recognition during the webinar

    Corporate Sponsors $500

    • Includes 5 tickets
    • Company recognition during the event

    Event Sponsors $250

    • Includes 2 tickets
    • Company recognition during the event

    Please call us at 978.921.9222 for additional information.

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