At Core we pride ourselves in finding value where and how the market changes.  Over the years we have gained expertise in engaging in multiple properties types.



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Built in 1874 in vintage post and beam loft-style, the Purchase Street property is a four-story and basement structure consisting of approximately 15,000 sq. ft. of net rentable office space. The Brazilian consulate and ambassador occupies the entire building.

The property at Temple Place is a series of five century-old granite industrial buildings in center of Boston’s Ladder District.

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The Property for 371-385 Dorchester Ave. is a complex of three buildings encompassing 144,888 square feet on a 4.51 acre site situated just south of Boston’s Seaport neighborhood. The Property includes industrial, retail and office uses.

The 501-511 Dorchester Ave. property comprises a 6.16 acre parcel of vacant urban industrial land located in South Boston. Since the 1800s it’s been used for industrial purposes. Most recently the property was used as a scrap metal processing facility known as H. Cohen & Co., Inc. from the late 1950’s to 2012.

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For more than 80 years, the four story Back Bay townhouse at 349 Marlborough St. was a single-family home, but in the 1950s it was converted to five, then six apartments. In 2010 the brick row house was reinvented again and converted into four stunning condominiums.

A four-story brick and sandstone building at 395 Marlborough St. in the Back Bay, between Hereford Street and Massachusetts Avenue, was converted from an apartment building to nine sleek condominiums in 2009.  It is one of three built in 1888 as single-family homes for John W. Shapleigh. (Three years earlier he teamed up with Samuel D. Kelley, a prolific builder/architect, and constructed three other row houses across the street at 390, 392 and 394 Marlborough, which look similar.)

Over eight single-family homes built in a new development allowed affordably priced homes in Gardner, Mass.


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This classic art deco building on Washington Street was originally designed to house the nation’s premier and most glamorous furrier, I J Fox. The landmark structure underwent a meticulous renovation where it now serves a premier retail store and 14 smartly designed luxury units.

Our vision for Washington Village is to improve the quality of life in the Andrew Square of Boston through a six block, five acre mixed-used development.  It will transform largely vacant industrial buildings into a new community destination in South Boston.  The development will include a public park, middle-class apartments and condominiums, and potential amenities such as a grocery store and local retailers.














The Westminster Business Park is a land development project consisting of 1.5 million sq. ft. permitted industrial and commercial space in the heart of central Massachusetts along Route 2.  There are 250 industrial and 60 residential acres.  We have 18 acres in solar and the MART occupies as a tenant taking advantage of the 7000 feet of rail frontage.

The Dorchester Ave. complex is a 140,000+ sq. ft. grouping of several buildings in South Boston for industrial, retail and office use.