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February 2019 Member Lunch: Brian Chaisson, Anchor Line Partners – One Post Office Square

Date:
February 8, 2019
Time:
11:45 am - 1:00 pm
Venue:
Brown Rudnick
Address:
One Financial Center
Boston, MA 02111 United States

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Join us for the February member lunch to hear from Brian Chaisson of Anchor Line Partners about the One Post Office Square modernization. A new One Post Office Square is emerging and Class A office space in Boston is about to reach new heights in the heart of the Financial District. On the exterior, One Post Office Square will be shedding its traditional skin for something altogether different. Floor-to-ceiling glass, public-facing retail and restaurants on the ground level, an array of elevated amenities, and four outdoor areas throughout the building all unify to help One Post Office Square raise the bar on what office space can be.

 

 

Brian Chaisson, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Anchor Line Partners

Brian is the deal facilitator -connecting ideas with the financing and equity necessary to bring them to life.  Before co-founding Anchor Line Partners in 2013, Brian spent six-and-a-half years at Tishman Speyer as managing director/regional director of Boston where he oversaw all aspects of the company’s regional operations, including acquisitions, asset and property management, leasing, design and construction, capital fundraising and investor relations. Among the highlights of his tenure was overseeing the redevelopment of One Federal Street, which received the 2013 TOBY Award for Top Renovation Project in Boston. As a Principal at CrossHarbor Capital Partners from 1997-2006, Brian was responsible for origination, analysis and structuring of new investments for the firm’s various funds and he was involved in over $1.5 billion of transactions. Brian previously served on the boards of A Better City and the Boston Municipal Research Bureau, and was co-chair of the Rose Kennedy Greenway Abutters Committee.

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