Who We Are
Prior to her work in hospitality, Dierdre developed over 200 residential units in Boston and Cambridge.
Dierdre also has national banking experience managing portfolios of nonperforming commercial estate loans resulting in significant recoveries.
Dierdre received a B.A. from the University of Delaware and an M.A. in Historic Preservation from Boston University.
Bob’s career in real estate springs from an interest in architecture of all kinds and a belief in the importance of design quality. Prior to his work in hospitality, Bob has developed adaptive re-use and new construction hotel, housing and mixed-use projects in the New York and Boston areas. Bob also consulted for a Miami bank to evaluate distressed commercial real estate loans.
As Project Manager at a New York based restoration consulting and contracting company, he designed and implemented restoration plans for many major historic buildings and monuments, including New York City’s Grand Central Terminal, the Annapolis Naval Academy Chapel, and the Minnesota State Capital.
Bob received an M.S. in Historic Preservation from Columbia University in New York City, and his undergraduate degree from Colby College in Waterville, ME.