Silvermine Development Partners

Following Scott Toombs’ retirement from active real estate investment and development in 2011, Silvermine Development Partners was founded by his daughter and business partner Alyson Toombs to carry on the family business. Mr. Toombs and one of his former partners, Mr. Norbert Young, remain engaged in Silvermine’s business as senior advisors.

Under Ms. Toombs’ leadership, Silvermine has created what is arguably one of the most exciting commercial real estate development strategies in America, with a current project pipeline exceeding US $500 million.

Notable recent projects commenced in 2012 include Teatro on Parmenter – Boston and Hanover Street Development – Boston.

2013: Hanover Street Development, Boston, MA 2012: Teatro on Parmenter, Boston, MA 2009: 38 Hope St, Niantic CT 2009: Parcel 24 Boston, MA 2008: Virginia Crossings, Glenn Allen, VA 2004: Merrill Lynch Conference Center, Princeton, NJ Sisters of St. Joseph, Boston MA(LEED Certifiable project) 2001: Genzyme World Headquarters, Cambridge, MA(LEED Platinum Certification) 1997-1999: GM Technical Center, Warren Center, MI 1995: New England Patriots Stadium, South Boston, MA 1992-1994: Town of Saugus, Saugus, MA 1990: West End Place, Boston, MA 1990: Siena Village, Watertown, MA 1989: St. Cecilia’s House, Boston, MA 1987: Friendly Garden Cooperative, Revere, MA 1987: Constitution Cooperative, Boston, MA 1987: Hesed House, Billerica, MA 1987: Collins Cooperative, Chelsea, MA 1987: Mt. Carmel Elderly Housing, Worcester, MA 1986: Princeton Forrestal Village, Princeton, NJ 1985: Paul Revere Condo/Cooperative, Boston, MA 1985: Polcari Playground, Boston, MA 1985: St. Helena’s House, Boston, MA 1985: Archdiocesan Center Masterplan, Boston, MA 1985: Redwood Tower, Baltimore, MD 1984: ARAMARK Tower, Philadelphia, PA 1982: St. Mary’s Plaza, Lynn, MA 1980: McNamara House, Boston, MA 1977: Gallery at Market East, Philadelphia, PA 1976: Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston, MA 1967: Columbia, MD