The political, design, economic, and social impacts of large infill development (100+ units per building) are increasingly being felt in Boston and cities across the country. Yet, even as historic neighborhoods of small multifamily buildings soar in value, very little new development is taking this smaller, more incremental, more diverse form. How can we unlock smalldevelopment in Boston and New England? Join developers, planners, architects, activists, entrepreneurs and others for a discussion on how we can rejuvenate the practice of small incremental development. Sessions will be hosted each month in Boston's Back Bay from 6 to 8pm.
Pre-registration is required for building security purposes. Admission fee supports food and beer. Capacity is limited, so register now -- we look forward to your participation! CLICK HERE for registration and event details.
September 10: “Innovation in Real Estate Finance” with Bonnie Burgett and Benjamin Moll
Bonnie Burgett is the Co-founder of Sourced Capital, a real estate investment firm recently founded to raise capital for deals that have been analyzed and vetted by the company’s proprietary algorithms. The firm is committed to utilizing sophisticated analytics to evaluate properties on a risk-adjusted basis and make informed real estate investments. Bonnie co-authored, “Democratizing Commercial Real Estate Investing: The Impact of the JOBS Act and Crowdfunding on the Commercial Real Estate Market,” which was completed in August 2013, and she has continued to monitor and study the nascent real estate crowdfunding industry since then.
Benjie Moll spun Arx Urban out of Atlas Real Estate Partners, a $500 million real estate private equity fund based out of New York. Benjie previously oversaw a $1 billion mixed-use real estate portfolio for JP Morgan Global Real Assets, one of the largest real estate investment groups in the United States, and was a Real Estate Capital Markets Analyst at Barclays Capital. Benjie holds a BA, summa cum laude, from Tufts University and an MBA from Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business where he graduated as Tuck Scholar, was a recipient of the Julia Stell Award for Leadership and was President of the Real Estate Club.