BOMA NASHVILLE is the Nashville chapter of the Building Owners and Managers Association. The purpose of the Building Owners and Managers Association is to actively and responsibly represent and promote the interests of the commercial real estate industry through effective leadership and advocacy, through the collection, analysis and dissemination of information, and through professional development. We encourage you to join. See the benefits of a membership in BOMA.
Our monthly meetings are a luncheon held on the second Wednesday of each month at Maggianos on West End in Nashville. Attending BOMA Luncheons is a great way to get involved in the association. Each luncheon features a speaker of interest to the commercial real estate industry. Luncheons also provide members with an opportunity to network with others engaged in the industry through an informal setting. BOMA luncheons are free for registered members. An RSVP is required each month. To attend a luncheon, you must be a registered member or be invited as a guest by a member. The fee for guests to attend is $35.00. Guests may attend twice a year and a reservation inlcuding the guest name must be made below by a current member.
See what's coming up in BOMA Education!
Exciting Webinars On-line! Earn CPD Credits.
BOMA's webinars qualify for continuing professional development
credits for the renewal of these industry designations:
RPA, FMA, CPM, ARM, SIOR, and SMA/SMT.
For more information contact our current President,
Keith Hargis at Keith.Hargis@cat.com or email
|The Nashville chapter of BOMA had two winners of the Southern Region TOBY Awards!! Congratulations to the following property managers on their wins:
• Pam Deville with Cassidy Turley for winning in the Medical Office Building category,
for StoneCrest Physician's Building.
• Linda Medlin with Wells Real Estate Services, for winning in the 500,000 –
1 Million Square Foot category, for One Century Place.
The Southern Region competition was very difficult this year with almost forty entrants.
Congratulations to our local winners who also competed in the Southern Competition – Keith Hargis-Caterpillar Financial Center, Jennifer Caughey-The Pinnacle at Symphony Place, and Kent Smith – Meridian Cool Springs.
Thank you all for your hard work in this competition, and best of luck at International!