Jim has been investing in the future of Boston for 36 years. He began purchasing and resurrecting Back Bay apartments in 1980 – the same season Oil Can Boyd was drafted by the Sox – and has remained committed to the city ever since.
Jim guides the team in acquiring, developing, and managing high-end residential properties in the Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Brighton, and the South End. He is deeply involved in every Mainsail project and plays a key leadership role in initiating investment and development opportunities. To date, he has renovated hundreds of apartments throughout Massachusetts. Jim is very involved with South End Baseball and is happy to support the Mainsail Management Red Sox!
B.S. in Administration and Accounting
Suffolk University School of Management
Greater Boston Real Estate Board Member (1980-Present Day)
Ben is coming up on 4 years with Mainsail Management. He has taken on many new roles since starting with Mainsail Management and has been involved with bringing on new team members and technology to help manage the ever growing Mainsail portfolio. Ben played a pivotal role in the repositioning of 109-111 Tremont and helped to blow initial projections away, Mainsail has seen rents soar and the value of the property increase substantially.
Ben works hand in hand with the construction and design teams on all of our new developments, and is actively looking for future projects.
Ben has a passion for all things real estate, growing up around the industry he has been exposed to all facets of the trade.
B.S. in International Affairs and Economics
Florida State University
Member of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board (2012-Present Day)
Head of Construction
Tom has 24 years of experience managing high-end residential and light commercial construction. From 1989 – 2010, Tom worked as a project superintendent and manager with Connaughton Construction. Tom coordinated and oversaw construction crews through project completion and worked closely with the city/town officials to obtain necessary permits.
A stickler for quality, Tom keeps Mainsail’s projects on time and within budget. He knows every crewmember by name and regularly conducts progress meetings with property owners, architects and subcontractors to ensure client satisfaction. His “drama-less” approach and experience in managing multiple projects have been invaluable assets for our team.
Typical construction projects range from $50,000 to $5 million
Currently overseeing roughly $35 million in condominium construction
Unrestricted Residential Construction Supervisors license