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September Member Lunch – Gary Kerr, 150 Seaport

September 7, 2018
11:45 am - 1:00 pm
Brown Rudnick
One Financial Center
Boston, MA 02111 United States
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Please join us on Friday, September 7th, to hear from Gary Kerr, managing director at Cronin Development, discuss 150 Seaport.

With 114 units spread over 22 stories, 150 Seaport is set to become the city’s premier residential tower. Designed by architects Elkus Manfredi, it will be the only building of its kind in Boston with private balcony space for every resident. 150 Seaport bridges the space between the waterfront and urban space with ground-floor retail and restaurant options, including an extension of the existing Harborwalk. 150 Seaport will be built at the present site of the Whiskey Priest and Atlantic Beer Garden waterfront restaurants.


Gary Kerr, Managing Director

Mr. Kerr joined The Cronin Group in early 2017 and oversees day to day business activities. Mr. Kerr is a real estate professional with experience managing the development of complex office, residential, and life science properties from conception to delivery. Mr. Kerr possesses an expansive professional and political network, including governmental and non-governmental agencies.

In the role of Managing Director for the firm, Mr. Kerr oversees all acquisition, design, construction, leasing, and disposition activity. Prior to joining, he was the head of development in the Boston region for Tishman Speyer, leading a 600,000 SF mixed-use development in the city. Before Tishman Speyer, Mr. Kerr was a development manager at MIT Investment Management Company, managing large-scale, ground-up developments for various asset classes. Mr. Kerr has previously held roles developing real estate in multiple European cities.

Mr. Kerr is originally from Belfast, Ireland and is a City of Boston resident, living in Charlestown with his wife Karen and son, Christian.

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