Several of our ongoing projects


imageedit_3_9244861580Washington Village is a planned six-block, mixed-use development in South Boston that will help address the need for middle-income housing near public transportation in the City of Boston. Our goal is to create a diverse mix of residences for first-time homebuyers, renters and longtime are residents of all ages. 

With robust public open space and vibrant retail uses, Washington Village will replace an underutilized industrial site with a community-based development that will transform this area into a place for residents to come together.





416WThe West Broadway complex consist of two buildings, circa 1910.

The building at 416 West Broadway is a three-level over finished basement, mixed use retail/office property. Each level contains about 6,862 square feet with floor one built out for retail use while the upper two floors are utilized as office space. 

The property at 420 West Broadway is the site of a former movie theatre. The former building that once contained 30,336 square feet of building area is now in shell condition awaiting redevelopment.





371-385 Dorchester Ave is a complex of three buildings encompassing over 140,000 sq. ft. on a 4 1/2 acre site.

The site includes industrial, retail and office uses and has 24 tenants with an approximate 6% vacancy and two billboards on the roof.

The complex is situated just south of Boston’s Seaport neighborhood. And enjoys excellent access to Boston’s transportation infrastructure







The Westminster Business Park is a land development project consisting of 310 acres located 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 MBTA as a tenant taking advantage of the 7000 feet of rail frontage.






dot1The 501-511 Dorchester Avenue 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.