Exclusive Access within the Real Estate Community

BOMA Baltimore’s collective power creates an invaluable network of time and money-saving resources.

In this rapidly changing environment, BOMA Baltimore helps its members:

  • Understand and evaluate opportunities in sustainability, energy efficiency and green building practices

  • Keep abreast of best practices in building systems, including technological innovations, health and life safety issues as well as important trends affecting efficiency and profitability

  • Harness the knowledge and expertise to enhance tenant satisfaction and retention providing a true competitive advantage

Call upon your fellow Active Members and our broad-base of Associate Members for additional knowledge, products and services by posting a question on our member’s Forum. BOMA Baltimore’s Forum is available to members only. Click here to learn more about the benefits of joining BOMA Baltimore.

Connect to external, industry-related and government partners for insights, support, education, and publications via our Industry Links.

Or, if you are trying to fill a position within your organization or are seeking employment in the Commercial Real Estate Industry, check out our Job Bank to view available jobs in our marketplace.  Members may post a job by logging into the web site and visiting the Member Area.  Non-members who would like to post a job should contact Addie Blevins at [email protected] or (443) 966-3855 ext 1161.

Why Measure Building Performance in the Dark?

Getting the metrics you need just got easier with the new Experience Exchange Report® from BOMA International. It combines the industry’s most comprehensive data on income and operating expenses from hundreds of markets with sophisticated Web-based technology. It’s now all online, easier and faster to use, completely interactive and offers tremendous flexibility. It’s so advanced, it’s actually simple to access the data and generate precisely the market reports you need. Learn more

floor measurement standards

For more than a century, BOMA International has set the standard for measuring buildings. In 1915, BOMA published its first office standard, Standard Method of Floor Measurement. Throughout the years the standard has been revised to reflect the changing needs of the real estate market and the evolution of office building design. Today, BOMA International is the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) secretariat for a suite of area measurement standards. Learn more



If only 2,000 buildings adopt BOMA's Energy Efficiency Program's no- and low-cost best practices over the next three years, energy consumption and carbon emissions will be reduced by 10% which will result in $400 million in energy savings and 6.6 billion pounds less carbon dioxide released in to the atmosphere.