Over three decades of history. Eight million square feet of development. Nearly 2,000 units currently under management. Our story is bright and ever evolving. Here are some of the milestones that made us who we are today.
Phase III of the 401 Park redevelopment project is permitted, and foundation work begins at 421 Park Drive.
Designed to pay tribute to The Fenway’s past, present, and future, 401 Park is named winner of the prestigious 2021 American Architecture Awards® in the Commercial category.
Phase I of Washington Village in South Boston breaks ground, officially kicking off redevelopment of a 5-acre former industrial site into a mix of uses knitting together the Andrew Square community.
The Fenway Art Walk launches, bringing a diverse mix of local and international talent to the neighborhood via a six-stop walking tour that features sculptures, murals, and a rotating gallery of artists from Fenway Studios.
Sold 401 Park Drive and 201 Brookline to Alexandria Real Estate for $1.52 billion, marking the start of a collaborative venture that will include property management and nearly $1 billion in future development.
Financing closes and construction commences on the first phase of DotBlock, a mixed-use development with 488 residential units, ground floor retail and open space, plus live/work space for artists.
The transformative Parcel 12 air rights development is approved, and construction commences. The first project to be built atop the Mass Pike in four decades, plans include an office tower, hotel, ground floor retail, and dynamic public plaza.
201 Brookline, a 550,000 SF office and lab building marking Phase II of the redevelopment of 401 Park, breaks ground.
The redevelopment of 401 Park is complete, marked by the opening of Time Out Market Boston, a food and cultural market that brings the best of the city under one roof, a new 1-acre green space with year-round programming, and an outdoor installation of Grouping of Works from Fountain by celebrated contemporary artist, Nicole Eisenman.
The Rink at 401 Park, the first public skating rink in The Fenway, opens and transforms the 401 Park green space into a winter playground.
Pierce Boston, The Fenway’s newest luxury residence, achieves sold-out status in just 14 months since opening.
The Brynx opens in Jamaica Plain. with 149 residential units and 80 unique floor plans across both the renovated Goddard House and new modern building.
iPic Theaters, Class A office space, retail shops and a 326-space parking garage open at 4th & 5th Delray in Delray Beach, renowned for its nightlife, entertainment, and upscale shopping.
Launches thefenway.com, a riotously good resource on Boston’s most energetic neighborhood – revealing where to eat, drink, park, live, shop, sweat and stay.
Pierce Boston, a bold new 30-story luxury tower, opens in The Fenway.
The Pioneers Gallery photographic exhibition is hung in 401 Park, celebrating the builders, grafters and gifters that gave Boston the building that it is today.
Plaza (Arcade) by Alexandre da Cunha is commissioned and installed at Pierce Boston, bringing a slice of concrete-and-steel sculptural genius to the streetscape.
Winner of the 2015 Commercial Brokers Association Landlord of the Year Award.
Cut the ribbon at Continuum, a vibrant mixed use residential and retail development, located in lower Allston, adjacent to Harvard’s Allston Campus.
Broke ground on Pierce Boston, a mixed-use tower with 109 condominium units, 240 rental units and over 20,000 square feet of retail space.
Opened Van Ness, a mixed-use residential, retail and office space. Home to Boston’s first urban Target.
Our very own Leslie Cohen is named a Power Woman in Real Estate by BISNOW – a nationwide initiative to acknowledge women making waves in the industry today.
Steve Samuels, Samuels & Associates received A Better City, Norman B. Leventhal Land Development Award
Lifted the veil on The Verb, a music-inspired hotel at 1271 Boylston Street, in the heart of The Fenway.
Received approval for the expansion of Landmark Center to include retail and residential space.
Broke ground on Continuum, a mixed-use residential and retail project on Harvard University-owned land in Allston.
Received approval for Pierce Boston, a residential and retail development at the intersection of Brookline Avenue and Boylston Street in The Fenway.
Landmark Center, a mixed-use office and retail building in The Fenway, is acquired for redevelopment.
Construction begins on Van Ness, a mixed-use building in The Fenway with 172 rental units, 30,000 square feet of retail and 232,000 square feet of office space.
Tasty Burger opens in a Samuels-owned building in Fenway, creating a lively new destination at the site of a former gas station.
Undertook a significant and challenging pro bono project to revitalize The Mecca at Grove Hall, an urban shopping center in Roxbury, MA, creating over 400 jobs and opening with 100% occupancy.
Partnered with Edens & Avant to purchase 36 retail centers in the Northeast from Konover & Associates.
Sold 11 of the properties purchased only two years prior for $205 million, earning a significant return on the investment while improving the occupancy rates from 43% to 90%.
Broke ground on the Fenway Triangle Trilogy, a one million square foot, mixed-use development in the heart of Boston’s Fenway neighborhood.
Began work on mixed-use waterfront village The Hingham Shipyard, bringing 240,000 square feet of maritime charm to Hingham, Massachusetts.
1330 Boylston, a 450,000 square foot mixed-use development, opens with 200 luxury apartments, street-level retail space and 90,000 square feet devoted to the Fenway Community Health Center.
Produced the pioneering 440,000 square foot South Bay Center in Dorchester, MA, the first development of its type in an urban location.
Sold a portfolio of 20 shopping centers to Edens & Avant for $250 million while remaining as leasing and property managers for the majority of the locations.
Developed Brookside Shopping Center in Bridgeport, CT, a 119,000 square foot shopping center that services over 250,000 people.