Zach Greene is Vice President of Asset Services at Core Investments. He will oversee Core Investments’ existing properties and deal with leases, tenants and tenant agreements, and coordinating with buildings’ managers.
What did you do before Core?
I was with MassDevelopment as Senior Vice President for Asset Management. I developed and implemented strategies for the agency’s owned and leased real estate. Before that, I was a Commercial Real Estate Appraiser for Byrne McKinney and Associates, Inc.
Where did you go to school?
I went to Brandeis University. I got a Bachelors of Economics degree there.
Where did you grow up?
Where do you live now?
I live in Newton with my wife and two teenage sons and our COVID puppy, Cookie.
How do you have fun outside of work?
I try to stay active; I’m a road cyclist, I play golf and tennis and I’m a player/coach for a men’s league softball team. I’m also interested in technology, and photography, especially architectural subjects. But to me the important thing is family, and we spend a good deal of time together at home and with extended family both locally and in Vermont and California.
What’s a favorite location of yours in Boston?
I love the inbound drive along Memorial Drive, the view across the Charles to the skyline. I also appreciate any rooftop — from a South End brownstone to the roof of the tallest office tower. Lastly, I can’t ignore Fenway Park, it’ll always hold a special place in my heart.