A bank renovation project launched Gregory Minott’s entrepreneurial career at age 18 and piqued his interest in architecture. Now, leading Boston’s DREAM Collaborative, he’s trying to build new pathways for Black professionals in architecture and more inclusive city planning.
People with disabilities face limits on how much they can spend without affecting their government benefits. But that does not mean they cannot save, inherit and invest money. That’s where Joan McGrath comes in.
After starting out in suburban home construction, J.D. Wild is adding to the multifamily inventory in Boston neighborhoods that are seeing a surge of condominium construction as head of Boston-based Elevated Realty’s development business.
Just days before the start of the pandemic, Bill Clark started a new job as CEO of the Tewksbury-based technology company TimeTrade when it was acquired by Boston-based private equity firm Clearhaven Partners.
Pickard Chilton punches above its weight on a global scale. With 55 employees, the architectural firm was recently selected to design a pair of office-lab buildings totaling nearly 863,000 square feet in Kendall Square.
Michael Mattos’ organization finds overlooked properties that can be repurposed as affordable housing and refreshes aging housing complexes to extend their useful life.
Gloucester-native Marianne Smith was a college student when she first worked at Cape Ann Savings Bank as a teller. Thirty years and jobs at several other institutions later, she became its first female president, ever.
Redgate is best known for major projects such as the 1.7 million-square-foot L Street Station in South Boston and luxury apartments like 500 Ocean in Revere. Kristi Dowd is leading another growing business line for Redgate: its project management division.
With regulatory burdens, economies of scale and other challenges driving credit union consolidation in recent years, Carmen Sylvester wanted a growth strategy to ensure that Southern Mass. Credit Union survived into the future.
Traveling round trip between Martha’s Vineyard and Falmouth might take three hours, but for Martha’s Vineyard Bank and its president and CEO, James Anthony, the two locations make up one community.
As former Massport security official Herby Duvernéhis Boston-based development firm, RISE Together work to develop projects from Haverhill to downtown Boston, they’re seeking out new investors from diverse local communities who haven’t traditionally been part of real estate projects.
Jonathan Landau’s Fortis Property Group made its first splash in Boston commercial real estate by buying the One Lincoln office tower in 2007. Now, it’s starting to make its mark in downtown multifamily development.
Paul Katz is leading an initiative at Promontory MortgagePath to support CDFIs and minority depository institutions in their efforts to expand homeownership in underserved communities.
Jeff Talka’s new role is to expand architect S/L/A/M Collaborative’s work in the science and technology sectors, but he needs some experienced help as the company pursues more design work in Boston and other metros with growing lab clusters.
Generations of Bostonians and visitors to the city will see the results of the vision developed by Kate Tooke and her colleagues at Sasaki for two signature public spaces undergoing generational redesigns: Boston’s City Hall Plaza and Copley Square.
Eric Merlis has an uncommon seat to watch Massachusetts as it emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic. Head of global markets trading at Rhode Island-based Citizens, as Citizens Bank is rebranding itself, Merlis must track a range of key aspects of the economy.
As the industry returns to a more normal atmosphere, Peabody Properties COO Melissa Fish-Crane has a new leadership role at IREM in advising area management companies on best practices.
When Michael Welch became CEO of UniBank, he had no banking experience. Two years later, the lender has now crossed the $2 billion threshold in assets and is eyeing continued growth.
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.