Thursday, July 7, 2016

SGA/LOCUS: A look back at the 2016 National Summit

On June 13-15,  real estate developers, investors and thought leaders convened in Boston, MA for the 2016 LOCUS National Leadership Summit.
Each day of the conference was filled with cutting-edge analysis, valuable insight on smart growth policies, networking opportunities and thought-provoking panels about various issues facing smart growth development.

As the 2016 LOCUS National Leadership Summit draws to a close, here's a look back at some of the top moments from this year's Summit:

2016 Summit highlights
Summit attendees network and create business deals
During Summit's deal-making and networking sessions, participants were able to exchange information and swap ideas with the nation's top real estate professionals. Networking opportunities are still available by becoming a LOCUS member >>
Speakers deliver key insight on smart growth issues
Participants learned the best development practices and strategies from exceptional speakers including Donald Wood, President of Federal Realty Investment Trust, and King Davidson, Senior Vice President of Real Estate, Fundrise. Speaker presentations >>
Winners accept LOCUS Leadership Awards
Captivating speeches were given by Thomas O'Brien, Founding Partner and Managing Director of the HYM Investment Group, Janelle Chan, Executive Director of the Asian Community Development Corporation, and Mark Falcone, Founder and CEO of Continuum Partners. Full list of winners >>
Leinberger celebrates his last Leadership Summit as LOCUS President
Christopher Leinberger ended his last term as president on a high note with a farewell reception, president's dinner, and a successful 2016 Summit. Since LOCUS' founding, Leinberger has been an integral part of the organization, and will continue to lead LOCUS as a Steering Committee member.

Thanks again for making this year's Summit the best one yet! Find out more about this year's event by visiting our blog and liking our Facebook page for the latest news and Summit resources. 


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