As the city of Boston strives to reach its goal of carbon neutrality by 2050, it might look to 52 Fisher Ave. in Mission Hill for a how-to guide. Developer Zeina Talje’s interest in sustainability stretches back to her formative years in Lebanon, where her father was involved in solar hot water installation projects.
The pandemic upended hotels’ business models and forced owners to rethink their strategies for operations, branding and property upgrades. Beverly-headquartered CHMWarnick and its president Chad Crandell step in.
Martha Dean’s career has twice involved her in building operations divisions for de novo banks. Now Eastern Bank’s executive vice president of operations, she’s poised to play a central role in the lender’s merger with Century Bank.
As the youngest partner in Taurus Investment Holdings’ history, Bill Garey has wasted little time putting investors’ money to work acquiring over $3.5 billion in multifamily housing, office and industrial properties.
Adapting historic structures to 21st century real estate needs is a big part of Özge Diler Himes’ role at Boston-based Finegold Alexander Architects, where she’s working on options for interior renovations to The First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston.
When Ronald Homer started looking for a job after finishing business school, he wanted to work for a company where he could help expand economic opportunities in underserved areas. But this had not been his original career goal until a chance meeting with Robert F. Kennedy.
Thad Minshall puts his background in the development world to use in his current role as vice president at the Beverly-based construction managers, overseeing projects for outside clients as well as management of the company’s own portfolio of North Shore properties.
As landlords and retailers searched for safe harbors, Ted Chryssicas’ brokers at Newmark stepped in to salvage long-time relationships and limit the wave of closings and vacant storefronts in shopping districts.
Rick Wayne has gone from founding Boston-based Capital Crossing Bank, to selling it to Lehman Brothers in 2007, to acquiring Maine’s Northeast Bank and leading it to expand into Boston with a national lending office.
With her specialty in interior design, TRIA Architects’ Marilyn Shen says she spends the vast majority of her time anticipating people’s needs and likes. That emphasis has taken on a paramount role in her new position as the Boston-based firm’s director of integrated workplace design.
While several banks have announced plans to reduce their branch footprints, Rockland Trust has continued to expand even as the pandemic has driven customers to digital channels. Overseeing the bank’s retail network is Margaret “Peg” McCarthy.
Jodie Zussman returned to Massachusetts after a series of out-of-state careers to take the reins of the family business, Newton-based Boston Development Group, and she’s leading it as it develops a 450,000-square-foot life science project in Watertown.
Jane Bowman had spent most of her career in the media industry before joining Weymouth-based South Shore Bank a month ago to lead the lender’s new brand, “sharing success.” and brings an outsider perspective to the problems of bank marketing.
Alan Case is the inventor of the locally-manufactured HushFrame noise insulation system which aims to reduce noise between units in wood-frame buildings, and headaches for property managers and developers.
Boston Capital Development is shifting from acquisitions to a multifamily development strategy, including a high-profile project that could bring hundreds of apartments, and Rich Mazzocchi is in the driver’s seat of the transition.
Analyst and author Karen Petrou questions the unintended consequences of the Federal Reserve’s monetary and regulatory policies on the American economy, financial system and workers.
Diane Mahoney began her banking career as a part-time teller at Bank of Boston, has spent most of her career in human resources. Now, she’s the first female CEO of Leominster Credit Union.
Five years after joining Newton-based Northland Investments as chief investment officer, Matthew Gottesdiener is taking over the multifamily investor’s leadership role in the CEO’s office.
Daniel Curtin is leading the expansion of JPMorgan Chase’s private banking arm in New England as the region’s tech and biotech economy continues to grow.
Tony Bond follows a long line of leaders of the family construction business with his recent appointment as the fifth-generation CEO of Bond Brothers Inc.