ULI Boston - YLG Presents: The Opportunity in Sharing

When

Tuesday, January 28th, 2020
5:30pm - 8:00pm EST

Where

Studio at 125 High Street Will open in a new window 125 High ST FL 2nd Boston, MA 02110-2704 UNITED STATES

Pricing

Standard Pricing Until January 28 Members Non-Members
Private $95.00 $130.00
Public/Academic/Nonprofit $65.00 $90.00
Retired $60.00 N/A
Student $45.00 $60.00
Under Age 35 $60.00 $80.00
Seen as one of the most important trends of the 21st century, the sharing economy has made its impact in just about every aspect of our lives. From co-working to co-living, car-sharing to maker spaces, ownership, management, and use of shared resources are not what they once were. Whether considered from a business, user, or public perspective, the real estate ramifications are often difficult to grasp. This program will explore the various real estate challenges and opportunities we face in the sharing economy by hearing from some of the industry leaders who are taking on this complex, evolving set of services and products.

Studio at 125 High Street 125 High ST FL 2nd Boston, MA 02110-2704 UNITED STATES

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Speakers

Speaker

Justin Miller

Tishman Speyer

Justin Miller is a Director of Asset Management in Tishman Speyer’s Boston regional office. Currently, he focuses his time overseeing a three million square foot office portfolio as well as the completion of the Pier 4 mixed use development in the Seaport. Prior to relocating to Boston, he spent three years Tishman Speyer’s corporate headquarters in New York, where he worked as a portfolio manager across several of the firm’s separate accounts and closed-end funds. Prior to joining Tishman Speyer, he worked in asset management at Thor Equities and as a consultant in KPMG’s Economic and Valuation Services team.

Speaker

Samantha Randel

National Development

Sam is a Vice President of Development at National Development, where she manages all aspects of the real estate development process including design, permitting, financing, and construction. Sam’s current responsibilities include managing the development of several multi-family/mixed use projects in the City of Boston, including a 180-unit residential project at the Ink Block, which will be the first co-living project in Boston. She is also currently managing the entitlement process and ultimate development of a 190-unit residential mixed-use project in the Allston/Brighton neighborhood. Sam’s completed projects over her 7-year career at National Development include an urban 92-unit independent living/hotel mixed-use project with associated retail in the Cleveland Circle neighborhood of Boston, two 63-unit memory-care assisted living projects in Andover, MA and Mashpee, MA, and the leasing of approximately 80,000 SF of retail at the Ink Block project. Sam’s professional affiliations include ULI Boston’s Young Leaders, NAIOP of Greater Boston’s Developing Leaders as well as the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston. Sam holds a BA from Brandeis University in Economics and Spanish (completed in 2012) as well as a MA from Brandeis International Business School in International Economics and Finance, with a specialization in Real Estate (completed in 2013).

Speaker

Stas Gayshan

Cambridge Innovation Center

Stas Gayshan is Managing Director at the Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) and the founder of CIC Boston. Stas leads the development of new CIC projects in the Americas, Asia, Australia, the Middle East, and beyond, connecting innovators across boundaries and borders. Stas works with governments, universities, large corporations, real estate developers, entrepreneurs, nonprofits, funders, and other stakeholders to solve difficult problems, build powerful, interwoven innovation ecosystems, and help cities craft lasting, impactful outcomes. A globally sought-after thought leader on innovation and entrepreneurship, Stas is often seen speaking at conferences and judging startup competitions around the world. Stas Gayshan joined CIC in early 2014. Previously, Stas was the Founder & CEO of Space with a Soul, a 20,000 square foot coworking space in Boston’s Innovation District. Stas is an entrepreneur and an attorney, and he worked in Democratic political campaigns at various levels prior to starting Space with a Soul. In his political work, Stas focused on the intersection of collaboration, technology and activism. Stas has been recognized by the Boston Globe as one of the Most Innovative People in Massachusetts Business and by CJP as one of Boston’s most influential young leaders. He holds leadership positions in several philanthropic and nonprofit organizations active in the Greater Boston area. Stas has a B.A. and J.D. from Boston College.