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Building Owners and Managers Association of Metro Detroit

Enhancing the human, intellectual, and physical assets of the commercial real estate industry through advocacy, education, research, standards, and information.

Serving Commercial Real Estate Since 1908


WHO WE ARE

Founded in 1908, the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Metro Detroit is a professional trade association whose 400+ members either own or manage commercial real estate, or provide goods and services to the industry. Our charter encompasses nine Southeastern Michigan counties of Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne.

Membership provides commercial real estate professionals with the opportunity to work together for professional growth, corporate profit, and the benefit of the communities we serve. We are THE RESOURCE for commercial real estate.

Who are BOMA members? Real Estate Professionals (Principal) Members are building owners, managers, asset managers, facility managers, leasing professionals, and medical office building professionals. Allied Professional (Supplier) Members furnish services or supplies to the office building industry.


PROVIDING CRE MORE

BOMA/Metro Detroit has played a vital role in advocating on behalf of our members for over a century and continues to be a leader in drafting new building codes, advancing fire and life safety measures, negotiating mutually beneficial labor agreements and enhancing energy efficiency and sustainability practices.

We provide valuable resources that help our members advance Metro Detroit's commercial real estate industry through continuing education and strategic partnerships that equip our members with the tools and information necessary to confront the challenges and opportunities of our ever-changing industry.

Our members also play a significant role in the economic viability of our state. Member buildings support over 27,000 jobs, house more than 1.2 million tenant employees and contribute over $2 Billion to the economy.

By protecting the interests of the owners and managers of these buildings, BOMA also supports the businesses that are housed in them--businesses that require quality office space and quality service. 

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