If it’s not fun, you’re not doing it right.
– Bob Basso
Timing, perseverance, and ten years of trying will eventually make you look like an overnight success.
It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up.
I’m convinced that about half of what separates the successful entrepreneurs from the non-successful ones is pure perseverance.
Risk more than others think is safe. Dream more than others think is practical.
Always deliver more than expected.
Never give in-never, never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honor and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.
The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now
I’ve missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times I’ve been trusted to take the game’s winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life and that’s why I succeed.
Do. Or do not. There is no try.Show More
Washington Village is a fully entitled, six-block, mixed-use development in South Boston that will help address the need for middle-income housing near public transportation. Our goal is to create a diverse mix of residences for first-time homebuyers, renters and longtime 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 the area into a place for residents to come together.
Long before it was Washington Village, this area was discovered by Native Americans who called it Mattapannuck. In 1850, it was renamed Washington Village in honor of George Washington, the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army. In subsequent years, it was renamed yet again in honor of John Andrew, the governor of Massachusetts during the Civil War. Today, the effort to bring back the original name is currently underway. The goal is to enhance and transform this South Boston neighborhood into a thriving community of green spaces, new trees, community gatherings, homes and new places to shop.
This classic art deco building was originally designed to house the nation’s premier and most glamorous furrier, I.J Fox. It was rehabilitated in 2014 using historic tax credits and was awarded the Paul E. Tsongas Award for excellence in historical preservation. Today it houses the Gap Factor store within the first three levels, with luxury downtown Boston apartments above.
416 West Broadway is a 30,000 SF commercial building with a retail floor and a finished basement. The property was converted from an abandoned furniture store into a vibrant hub for community amenities. Our diverse list of tenants includes Caffè Nero, Verizon Wireless, a cutting edge early childhood education center, and an exercise studio.
Assembled and developed over the past decade, the DotAve Industrial Portfolio consists of over 40 tenants spread across 13 buildings and many acres of land. The tenant roster includes a wide variety of tenants, including national credit tenants such as Greyhound Bus lines, Target, and Marr Contracting, as well as local favorites like Peter Welch’s gym and Grandten Distillery. The complex boasts more than 95% occupancy and offers a mixed use of industrial, retail and office uses.
Situated in the Financial District facing Purchase Street with views of Fort Point Channel, Rowe’s Wharf and the Boston Harbor, 175 Purchase Street abuts the Central Artery Park / Rose Kennedy Greenway and is just steps away from South Station and a 15 minute walk from North Station.
Built in 1874 in vintage post-and-beam loft style, the five story property once housed multiple historic figures of Boston including John Quincy Adams, and was rehabilitated in 2012 using historic tax credits. Today the 18,000 SF building is fully leased to the Brazilian Consulate.
The Westminster Business park consists of 311 acres of industrial and commercial space in the heart of Central Massachusetts along Route 2. It currently houses a gravel operation, two solar farms, and is permitted for 1.5 million square feet of commercial space. The Pan Am Southern railway — a joint venture with the Norfolk Southern rail – parallels Route 2 and provides access to the network of intermodal facilities serving central and eastern Massachusetts, New York and the Great Lakes.