A 20-year employee at Boston-based Icon Architecture, Kendra Halliwell is working with Berkeley Investments on a signature project in Sullivan Square, redeveloping the Graphic Arts Finishers’ property into 171 apartments.
Scott Budde previously worked in the investment management arm of TIAA and would go on to create the first division of the bank focused on social and impact investing strategies. Now he’s part of a group of stakeholders launching the first ever credit union in the country to lend exclusively to farmers and food entrepreneurs.
After turning Boston’s Fenway neighborhood into a new market for class A office space and luxury condominiums, Samuels & Assoc. is looking at other development frontiers in Boston. Leslie Cohen, the firm’s chief operating officer, led the 30-story Pierce Boston project that opened last winter overlooking Audubon Circle.
Konrad Martin is the CEO of the IT and cybersecurity firm Tech Advisors, which has offices in Medfield and Boston. The company provides businesses of all sizes with a range of services including network security, converting information to the cloud and disaster recovery.
Darryl Fess came from humble beginnings, but now runs one of the largest community banks in Massachusetts. He grew up with four siblings in an apartment his parents rented for 20 years in Somerville.
Architect Vickie Alani’s specialties in the multifamily and hospitality sectors are starting to blur together, as hotel and housing developers borrow each others’ design trends.
Heather Quintal is the fifth generation in her family to work with stone.
Dyer Brown’s restaurant practice has a long list of reservations. The Boston-based architecture firm recently completed projects for Red Heat Tavern’s newest location
Jeremy Fried was ready for a career change while building on his experience as a commercial broker in the Boston suburban markets.
Tamara Small has been the commercial real estate industry’s leading voice on Beacon Hill in her role as senior vice president of government affairs for NAIOP Massachusetts.
When he was in college three decades ago, Dave Dirubbo dreamed of building the small construction company he started with his brother Anthony into a thriving business. But after he was diagnosed with stage IV lymphoma, those dreams were put on hold.
When Laura Portney graduated from Clemson University, she faced a pivotal decision: pursue her master’s degree at Boston Architectural College, or enter the workforce full-time at architects Prellwitz Chilinski Assoc., Portney chose to do both.
StonehamBank has hired Mark D. Drew as a senior vice president to head the bank’s commercial lending department.
Noticing the resurgent popularity of urban living, Durand shifted gears toward condominium developments in Boston and Brookline, where the bulk of his Back Bay Development Group’s activity is taking place.
As a partner and chairman of the cannabis practice at the Boston-based law firm Foley Hoag, Kevin Conroy represents cannabis-related operators and investors in all aspects of their business including corporate formation and transactions, not-for-profit regulation, employment matters, trademark matters, banking and finance issues, coordination with federal regulations, legislative issues, business and regulatory disputes and real estate transactions.
If you’re a developer in Boston, Alexander Shing might want to give you a loan.
Health care costs are rising and companies are getting creative if they want to provide the most comprehensive plans for their employees in a cost-efficient manner. Michael McKenna has been helping financial institutions do this for 13 years, when he launched Norwell-based Comprehensive Benefit Administrators in 2005.
Jessica Curtis helps small restaurant groups make the leap to the national stage.
Eastern Bank last month hosted an event called the Asian American Women Leaders of Massachusetts to celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
After years of community discussions and uncertainty about the timing of the MBTA Green Line Extension, the billion-dollar redevelopment of Somerville’s Union Square is scheduled to break ground this fall.
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