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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  
October 22, 2014
 
Maine Real Estate & Development Association Announces Additions to its Board of Directors
 
Eben Adams of South Portland and Amy Booth of Cumberland have been elected to the board of directors of the Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA), a statewide organization of commercial real estate owners, developers and related service providers.

Eben Adams is a partner at Pierce Atwood LLP, whose practice includes all aspects of real estate law with a focus on commercial and residential development, acquisitions, sales and leasing. Eben has extensive experience representing developers of condominium projects including residential, commercial and mixed-use condominiums. Eben regularly assists energy companies with real estate matters including wind power leases and transmission corridors.

Prior to joining Pierce Atwood in 2000, Eben served as a law clerk to the United States District Court Judge Gene Carter.  Previously, Eben served for four years as a legislative assistant to U.S. Senator William S. Cohen in Washington, D.C.

Eben is listed in The Best Lawyers in America and Chambers USA for Real Estate Law, with bar admissions in both Maine and Massachusetts.  Eben served on the Board of Directors of the Casco Bay Hockey Association from 2008-2012.  Eben is a graduate of Bowdoin College and the University of Maine School of Law. 

Amy Booth joined CBRE | The Boulos Company’s Property Management Group in 1994 as Senior Property Manager and is currently Senior Vice President. Her years of experience include zero-based budgeting; coordination of capital improvement programs; and negotiating maintenance contracts. Ms. Booth’s responsibilities include overseeing the property management division encompassing the management of over 40 properties totaling in excess of 4M square feet of commercial space.  Amy works directly with clients to achieve their real estate goals and has extensive experience in drafting and negotiating leases and renewals, creating and executing tenant relation programs and assisting tenants with current and future space needs. She supervises the property management team and reviews maintenance-related contracts and programs for cost effectiveness and efficiency. 

Amy holds an Associate Broker’s License in the State of Maine, and serves on The Board of Directors for the Center for Grieving Children, and participates on their golf and business development committees.  She also serves on the MEREDA Conference Committee. Ms. Booth was formerly with MB Management, a residential and commercial asset management and real estate development company.

For further information, please contact MEREDA’s Vice President of Operations, Shelly R. Clark at 207-874-0801.
 
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