Executive Management

Alyson Toombs

Ms. Toombs is the Managing Partner of Silvermine Development Partners, with general management leadership responsibility for the organization. Prior to this, she was a Partner in Silvermine’s predecessor organization Merritt Capital Investors, a family owned commercial real estate development and investment company founded in 1981. Through their history, Merritt and Toombs Development Company developed over 1.5 million square feet of high profile commercial real estate projects in the US Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, and were industry leaders in their groundbreaking vision for developing real estate projects to create vibrant, efficient communities of the future. High profile developments include Aramark Tower (formerly known as One Reading Center) in Philadelphia, Redwood Tower in Baltimore, Princeton Forrestal Village in Princeton, New Jersey and Virginia Crossings, Richmond, VA.

Ms. Toombs is an actively involved thought leader in the global real estate industry as a Trustee of the Urban Land Institute and serves as Vice Chair of the ULI’s Urban Mixed Use Product Council among other roles. The ULI is a global, non-profit research and education organization supported by its members, with over 38,000 members in 95 countries representing the entire spectrum of land use and real estate development disciplines working in private enterprise and public service. The ULI is regarded as the preeminent, multidisciplinary, global real estate forum which facilitates an open exchange of ideas, information, and experience among local, national, and international real estate industry leaders and policy makers.

Prior to joining Merritt, she worked in public finance for Morgan Stanley with a focus on providing financing solutions for higher education and not-for-profit institutions, including Harvard, Cornell, the University of Michigan, the National Geographic Society, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Toombs has a B.Sc. from Bucknell University.

Jack Moriarty

Jack Moriarty is a Partner of Silvermine Development Partners.  Mr. Moriarty is a builder and construction consultant in Boston with 30 years of experience.  He has done dozens of projects and shepherded many projects through the BRA and other approvals.  His deep knowledge of the Boston permitting and approval process is a valuable skill to the team.  Jack is well respected in the Boston construction community.  Mr. Moriarty also holds a Boston ABC Building License from the city’s Board of Examiners.  This license allows Jack to be an Owner’s Rep for construction projects within the City of Boston.  Having this expertise on the team allows Silvermine to construct very high quality projects very efficiently.

Jerry Pucillo

Mr. Pucillo is a Partner of Silvermine Development Partners, and is responsible for managing Silvermine’s construction activities. With over 28 years of real estate development and program management experience, Mr. Pucillo has an extensive construction background and has been instrumentally involved in many successful, high profile projects in Boston. Previously, he was hired by Bovis Construction, one of the world’s largest construction companies, to open and run its Boston office, which eventually became one of their key US markets.

Mr. Pucillo also served as Director of Housing Development for the Archdiocese of Boston for 15 years, managing all aspects of project development from financing through occupancy. His responsibilities covered multiple projects under various stages of development and construction at any one time. At the Archdiocese, he had significant involvement in the development of mixed income housing as well as federally funded housing for elderly and handicapped persons.

He has a particular expertise in sustainable development, following USGBC LEED criteria for sustainable design and construction. Most recently, as Senior Vice President and Project Executive of the New Boston Fund, he promoted a sustainability platform across all departments and projects, and facilitated the growth of New Boston’s Urban Strategy America Fund projects by promoting triple bottom line returns to investors.Mr. Pucillo was a Loeb Fellow at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and received a B.Sc. from Boston College and M.Div. from Saint John’s Seminary in 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