December 8th General Membership Meeting 

The General Membership of the Greater Saint Paul Association of Building Owners and Managers (BOMA) will meet on Monday, December 8, 2014 at the Crowne Plaza. 

At this meeting, Economist, Toby Madden from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis will join us and provide us with an economic outlook for our region.  He will look back on 2014 and touch on areas of greatest growth and challenge areas.  He will also discuss how economic growth will impact properties and employment in the future, what will drive it and what role the Federal Reserve plays in all of this. 

Monday,   December 8th, 2014                        

11:40 – 12:00 Networking
12:00 – 12:30 Lunch
12:30 – 1:30 Program                                                  

Cost: Location:  
Crowne Plaza
11 Kellogg Blvd E, St Paul, MN 55101      

$37.00 early member registration
$42.00 late/walk-in registration
$45.00 non member 

To register, call 651-291-8888 or visit click here

Not a Saint Paul BOMA Member yet, but interested in checking out a meeting? Contact the BOMA office today at 651-291-8888 to attend a monthly meeting as our guest! 

If you need to add or cancel a reservation, please email or call 651-291-8888. All cancellations must be received by the 10:00 a.m. the Friday before the Monday Membership Meeting. Substitutions will be honored.  Credit cards are accepted online and through the BOMA Office.

Donate Hats, Mittens, and Scarfs

In lieu of the Annual Silent Auction, the Special Events Committee is asking all our BOMA members to donate hats, mittens, and scarfs for the local children and teenagers at the Dec. 8th Membership Meeting.  The donations will be given to Amherst H. Wilder Foundation which is a non-profit community organization that helps children, familes, and older adults in the greater east metro area of Saint Paul through their direct service programs, research , leadership development, and community building.  If you are unable to bring your donations to the membership meeting, please contact the BOMA office for assistance. 


Downtown St. Paul

BOMA successfully launched our new website!  After 20 years,  BOMA has moved from the printed version of the Market Report and revamped it with BOMA's brand new website, Downtown St. Paul DataSource.  Alongside the regular annual office data that BOMA is known to provide,  the website will also include new sections on residential and retail growth.  With its launch, DataSource becomes the first integrated, downtown development-centric website in the country.

You can visit the new site at: