Greg’s deep experience planning and permitting large-scale, mixed-use urban redevelopment projects over the last 30 years taught him the importance of patience – good things take time. His previous roles included work in both the public and private sectors, including as cabinet secretary for the Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts under Governor Deval Patrick, who showed him the value of public service, a value that continues to drive Greg to create community-centric projects today.
As principal on the project, he directs due diligence and financing activities for the site, as well as working directly with community and City leaders to ensure the project celebrates the site’s past and paves the way for an inspired future. Greg’s passion for transforming promising sites into developments that work for all constituencies is one of the reasons he’s so excited to have the opportunity to work on this project – it’s the chance to re-integrate the historical site back into the South Boston community and connect it to the area’s many nearby amenities (the Innovation and Design Building, Cruise Terminal, and a number of parks, restaurants, beaches, museums and public transit stations are just a short walk away!).
Greg received his degree in economics from Harvard College and went on to graduate from Harvard Law School.