Mike Leyba helps lead City Life Vida Urbana, the most vocal and prominent of Greater Boston’s tenant advocacy groups, a position that makes him a powerful voice in Boston’s debate over rent stabilization policies.
Life science brokers like Molly Heath are adjusting to new market fundamentals as they help match biotechs with space availabilities even as the industry’s rapid growth in the last two years cools.
The pandemic and a pending recession has left many business owners contemplating their own futures along with everyone else. UBS’ Brian Lynch is helping them figure out what’s next.
Don Peebles’ pair of developments at highway tunnel portals in Boston come with complicated design considerations, but also potential transformational changes.
The Warren Group owes some of its success and longevity to its CEO falling off a mountain.
First as the youngest Boston city councilor in history and then as a prominent real estate attorney, Lary DiCara’s had a ringside seat – and sometimes a part in the show – as Boston was transformed from an arson-riddled shell to the busy metropolis of today.
Dyer Brown architect Laurel Christensen’s mission is to wean commercial tenants away from a throwaway mentality when designing and building out interior spaces.
Patrick Smith, Santander’s new head of consumer and business banking, got hooked on retail banking after a career in the IT sector. It’s proving to be an asset as he guides the bank’s efforts to simplify its consumer products.
Real estate was always a side hustle for Ricky Beliveau until a series of condo conversions opened the door to a new career. Six years later, he’s working to build a 21-story luxury tower in Everett’s rapidly-transforming industrial zone.
Jesse Kanson-Benanav wants to help change the rules that shape who gets to live where and why, and he’s on a mission to bring new voices to the table who want to see more housing in Massachusetts.
After 27 years working with community financial institutions at technology provider COCC, Marco Bernasconi is taking his skills to North Brookfield Savings Bank as the $350 million-asset lender orients itself for growth.
Art galleries, Bocce courts and farm-to-table restaurants serving up produce grown on-site: Not the amenity list at a Millennial-focused apartment complex but features at recent developments by Benchmark Senior Living, led by CEO Tom Grape.
Boylston Properties’ real estate investment strategy is as steeped in Greater Boston as its name, and it has no plans to divert from its traditional course under new leadership.
As Jim Regan looks back at his long tenure leading Marlborough-based Digital Federal Credit Union, he describes one of the credit union’s big accomplishments during that time as “a relatively quiet effort.”
Under its new CEO Peter Gottlieb, Hobbs Brook Real Estate is diversifying the geography and asset mix of its real estate portfolio from its traditional office and lab stomping grounds along Route 128 to different asset classes and regions of the country.
Nancy Nesbitt’s four-decade career in commercial real estate, economic development and banking gives her the experience she needs at AccuBranch to help lenders build their branch strategies.
When Dallas-based Hillwood Investment Properties sought to develop a 4.2 million-square-foot campus including a new Amazon distribution facility in North Andover, it turned to John Smolak.
Tom Senecal is leading Hoyloke-based PeoplesBank into a future even more dedicated to mutuality than before specifically because mutuality is the bank’s secret weapon.
His architecture firm has grown to more than 30 employees and expanded its commercial work, but David Hacin likes to keep a hand in the design of Boston’s distinctive residences.
Cambridge’s Kendall Square might never have become the world’s life science capital save for a chance connection between David Clem and a New Hampshire timber company.