Building Owners and Managers Association of West Michigan


Established in 1968, BOMA West Michigan serves as a forum for those involved in the commercial real estate industry. The members are committed to:

  • Networking and Career Development: providing an environment conducive to the exchange of information, while promoting the next generation of industry specialists.
  • Education: developing a higher level of informed management skills on industry specific topics.
  • Advocacy: working together to promote industry interests before local and national governmental bodies. 

Established in 1968, BOMA WM is one of 95 operating BOMA chapters throughout the U.S. and Canada. The parent organization, BOMA International is recognized as one of today's leading voices for commercial real estate industry members in Washington D.C.

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BOMA members include those whose won and manage buildings, as well as anyone supplying products or services to the commercial real estate industry.


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Upcoming events

09 Aug 2017 4:30 PM • Cannonsburg Zip Lines: 6800 Cannonsburg Road Belmont, MI 49306

Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Event Announcement

Special Presentation - Making Energy Efficiency Upgrades on Commercial, Industrial, Non Profit and Multi-family Properties Affordable


Where​: Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber, 1515 Arboretum Dr SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546 
When:​ July 12th from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. 

U.S. buildings are, on average, over 50 years old and typically waste more than 30% of consumed energy. The required capital for funding energy efficiency, water conservation and renewable energy projects is a major deterrent for going forward with these upgrades. PACE, a powerful financing tool, makes these projects financially “doable” for owners of commercial, industrial, multi-family and non-profit buildings with a desire to upgrade their facilities.  

Who should attend​: property developers, property managers, economic development teams, commercial and industrial property owners, suppliers of energy efficient technology.

Speakers and topics:

Andy Levin​, President Lean & Green Michigan: ​What PACE is, how it works and the key features and benefits. Also, the role of the PACE administrator and Lean & Green Michigan’s approach to developing the Michigan PACE market.

Kyle Peczynski, Petros PACE Finance: ​Project underwriting criteria and how to initiate the PACE process. Also, how much capital is available for commercial PACE projects nationally.

Jeff Dombrowksi, Property Developer: ​The overall impact of PACE on property development, how it enables going above and beyond what traditional financing typically allows in terms of energy efficiency. Review of the Keeler building project – the planned energy efficiency upgrades, and also their economic impact. Discuss the role PACE can play in LEED certification.

Curt Monhart​, The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan: ​The roles and responsibilities of a PACE project developer; ideal candidates for a PACE funded upgrades and how to initiate a PACE project.

Contact us

Address: PO Box 68731 Grand Rapids, MI 49516
Phone: 616.301.0091

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