Core to its business strategy, Silvermine focuses on smart, off-market development opportunities in excellent locations within strong growth markets where its team has a competitive advantage. The Boston market experience of Silvermine’s management team is unrivaled. The Silvermine team has a long, successful, and proven track record in large, complex real estate developments in Boston.

Projects led by Silvermine partners, or senior advisers in the Boston market.

2014/2015: Hanover Street Development, Boston, MA: This project is located around the corner from Teatro on Parmenter in the heart of Boston’s historic North End on Hanover Street. This residential and retail project is currently under development and scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2015. As a creative solution in an area of high density and very limited parking space, the parking garage will be the first mechanical garage in the State of MA.

2012: Teatro on Parmenter, Boston, MA: This residential project is located in the heart of Boston’s historic North End. Silvermine acquired the unfinished project and completed construction for this long-awaited landmark residential development.

2009: Parcel 24 Boston, MA: Provided executive consulting as a member of the development team to this mixed use urban development in Boston, MA. This development will be a LEED certifiable project and has been fully entitled.

2002: Sisters of St. Joseph, Boston MA ( LEED Certifiable project) 2002: Provided consulting services to the Sisters of St. Joseph, Boston regarding their property assets. This led to the development of their Mother House into independent apartments for the use of the Sisters.

2001: Genzyme World Headquarters, Cambridge, MA LEED Platinum Certification): Provided Green “ LEEDS” environmental design and construction consulting to Genzyme Corporation during the design phases of the corporate headquarters building. This is a Platinum-rated facility and one of the first of its type in the United States.

1995: New England Patriots Stadium, South Boston, MA: Program management for the New England Patriots’ effort to build a new Stadium in Boston, MA. Team responsible for producing site studies, reports, conceptual design, and budgets for the effort.

1994: Management Information Systems, Various Locations: Program Management for the Fort Devens project, which entailed the development of a project management information system to track construction activities for MassDevelopment, a quasi-public agency of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

1993: Chiltonville Hills, Plymouth, MA: 6000 acre land development in Plymouth, comprising a mixed-use development of residential, office, and resort components.

1992-1994: Town of Saugus, Saugus, MA: Design and construction of $20 million in new public buildings, including a senior center, library, police station, fire station, and renovations to the historic town hall.

1990: Siena Village, Watertown: This site owned by the Dominican Sisters exemplified the creative reuse of church-owned properties, as the redevelopment of an abandoned boarding school to create 59 market-rate condominiums, a day care center, a retirement community for Christian women, and a 25 unit elderly housing development.

1990: West End Place, Boston: 183 units of new housing, commercial space, and landscaped courtyard, co-developed by the Archdiocese of Boston and Keen Development Corporation. The design was honored by the New England American Institute of Architects.

1989: St. Cecilia’s House, Boston (Geo-Thermal Heat Pumps- 1989): This site was developed as an elderly housing development under the HUD 202/8 program with a special emphasis on providing a continuum of care. Strategic alliances were developed with social service agencies of the Archdiocese to bring needed medical and social services to the residents. This property was designed with state-of-the-art ground source heat pumps for energy efficiency.

1987: Mt. Carmel Elderly Housing, Worcester: Mt. Carmel’s 75 units of elderly and handicapped housing were developed under the HUD 202/8 program in association with the Diocese of Worcester.

1987: Collins Cooperative, Chelsea: 100 units of cooperatively owned housing for the elderly and handicapped, co-sponsored by the Archdiocese of Boston and Cooperative Services, Inc. of Detroit, MI. The HUD 202/8 program was used to develop this group home.

1987: Hesed House, Billerica: Hesed House serves 8 mentally disabled individuals in both dependent and independent settings. This program involved redevelopment of an existing single-family residence along with an addition that was sensitive to the site and its historic neighborhood. The HUD 202/8 program was used to develop a group home.

1987: Constitution Cooperative, Boston: 120 units of cooperatively owned elderly housing, co-sponsored by the Archdiocese of Boston and Cooperative Services, Inc. of Detroit, MI. This project consisted of rehabilitating an old school and building a new addition.

1987: Friendly Garden Cooperative, Revere: The 100-unit building, designed for the elderly and handicapped, is owned and operated by its residents. Friendly Garden was co-sponsored by the Archdiocese of Boston and Cooperative Services, Inc. (Detroit, MI).

1985: Archdiocesan Center Master Plan, Boston: The master plan for the Archdiocese focused on the development of residential housing, a high school, a grammar school, and Archdiocesan conference space.

1985: St. Helena’s House, Boston: St. Helena’s House is a nine-room transitional housing unit for low income seniors, and handicapped patients, generally recognized as a model for the provision of services to elders and handicapped persons in an independent environment.

1985: Polcari Playground, Boston: This neighborhood playground in Boston’s North End was developed over three years as a community project. The residents offered input about the park’s development and design. This was developed as part of the overall community process and was funded by various City of Boston and private sources.

1985: Paul Revere Condo/Cooperative, Boston: The conversion of the historic Paul Revere School has served as a model for more recent mixed-income developments. The privately financed rehabilitation created 24 units of family housing – 13 units were sold as market-rate condominiums, and the rest are owned by a limited equity cooperative that serves low and moderate income families.

1982: St. Mary’s Plaza, Lynn (Solar Hot water- 1982): 99-unit elderly and handicapped housing project developed under the HUD 202/8 program. The existing school building was rehabilitated and new construction expanded the available space. Solar technology is used to reduce operating expenses.

1980: McNamara House: 80-unit elderly and handicapped housing project developed under the HUD 202/8 program. The campus includes both convent rehabilitation and new construction, including an elderly nutritional site.