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HEADING HOME, THE KIDS GET IT

HEADING HOME, THE KIDS GET IT
Adage Capital's Phil Gross with Heading Home's Max and Ellie Solomon
Adage Capital Management's co-founder Phil Gross doesn?t usually introduce middle schoolers to an audience of CRE pros. But he did last week for Heading Homes? Annual Award Ceremony at the Boston Harbor Hotel. We snapped Phil with Max  and Ellie Solomon, brother/sister volunteers of the year for the non-profit dedicated to ending homelessness in metro Boston. Ellie has been helping families move into homes and serving holiday meals at local shelters for four years. She's learned that regardless of position in the world, kids love the same things, and it's "really fun to help."
HEADING HOME, THE KIDS GET IT
EOP managing director Andy Maher accepted the firm's award for corporate partner of the year presented by his good friend CBRE New England prez Andy Hoar. EOP has been a strong supporter of Heading Home, even during a busy time. This year, the Boston team signed 1.6M SF of leases. It purchased 125 and 150 CambridgePark Dr in July at 48% occupied; and has leased it up to 67% occupancy.
WASHINGTON DC 06.15.2017

MID-ATLANTIC HEALTHCARE REAL ESTATE FORUM

Development, Leasing, Design and the Impact of Regulatory Reform

Paula Crowley
Anchor Health Properties
Gill Wylie
Johns Hopkins Medical Management Corporation
Charles Weinstein
​Children's National Medical Center