Providing commercial real estate leadership and support throughout Nova Scotia.

Mission Statement

To actively represent our members, through education, networking and lobbying,
in matters affecting the ownership, management and operation of commercial properties.

About BOMA Nova Scotia

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The Building Owners & Managers Association (BOMA) Nova Scotia is one of the eleven federated locals that together form BOMA Canada, which represents over 3,100 Canadian members in the industry and over 2.1 Billion square feet of office space. Since its origins in the United States in 1907 BOMA has grown and prospered, dedicating itself to establishing best practices and researching real estate topics that would be valuable to commercial real estate managers, operators and suppliers. Our mandate at BOMA Nova Scotia is to provide commercial real estate leadership and support throughout Nova Scotia.

Frequently Visited Places

 

Events, education & more… find out what the latest is at BOMA Nova Scotia.Learn More
Offering advantages to Owners, Managers and Suppliers of the commercial real estate industry.Learn More
BOMA’s four-level environmental certification program, available across Canada.Learn More

Recent BOMA Nova Scotia News

March 14th ‘4 in 40′ Luncheon

 ‘4 In 40’ Luncheon
Sponsored by  
Join us for lunch and four different mini-presentations on the latest trends in our industry, featuring the following:

WHAT’S NEW IN ERGONOMICS?
How changes in the workplace impact productivity; sit-stand, smaller workspaces & […]

March 5th O&E Luncheon – Creating a ‘Customer Experience’

Creating a Great Customer Experience for your Tenants
Presented by Nicole Cadek, Nova Scotia Power
Sponsored by

Customer experience is the impression you leave with your customer, resulting in how they think of their experience, across every […]

GEHL Report on Cosgwell District Redevelopment Released

Since the spring of 2018, a group of organizations including BOMA Nova Scotia has worked together to facilitate discussion on the redevelopment of the Cogswell District. Sixteen of those organizations, plus Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM), […]