• The noannett group


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Established 2011
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The Noannet Group was founded in 2011 with the mission of developing architecturally significant mixed-use, residential, and commercial buildings that enhance the communities in which they are located.

Principal Jordan Warshaw is a 25-year industry veteran. He began his career as a real estate and zoning attorney and spent the next 15 years working at Boston real estate firms The Druker Company and The Davis Companies. Mr. Warshaw is a current or past board member of The Winsor School, Boston Center for the Arts, Stop Handgun Violence, Topf Center for Dance Education, Voice of Reason and Westwood Girls’ Softball, is the Chair of Winsor’s Facilities Committee, a member of the Roxbury Latin Alumni Leadership Giving Council, and has coached more youth soccer, softball and baseball teams than he can count. He is a member of various real estate-related professional organizations, and has been a speaker for NAIOP, REFA and Bisnow.

Mr. Warshaw is a graduate of The Roxbury Latin School, Yale University, and the University of Virginia School of Law. While not in the office, he can usually be found either on the sidelines of one of his three children’s games, mountain biking through Noannet Woodlands with his faithful golden retriever Lollipop, hiking around Noannet Pond with his wife Nicole, or banging away on his drum kit, stubbornly clinging to his dream of a second career as a drummer for a hair metal band.


Cambria Somerville
- Nov 06, 2019

Cambria Hotel Somerville Financed for $53.802 Million The Cambria Hotel Somerville has been financed via UBS Realty Investors for $53.802 million. The upcoming, 98,000 6-story hotel along Somerville Avenue is a short walk from Harvard, Union, and Porter Squares. The 164-key hotel will feature a pool, fitness center, and meeting rooms along with a 150-seat restaurant space with outdoor seating. The project is expected to be completed in February 2021.

Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences
- Sep 27, 2019

North America's First Raffles Officially Breaks Ground With demolition ongoing around the block at the project site, the development team behind the upcoming Raffles Hotel and Residences hosted a groundbreaking ceremony last night in Copley Square. Guests to the fancy fete included Mayor Walsh who said the project would be a "stunning and fitting addition to Boston and Back Bay".  The 33 story tower will feature 146 luxury condos above 154 hotel rooms with 16 spaces for people to gather or relax throughout the project including a speakeasy in the sky and residents only secret garden. Demo of the existing Boston Common Hotel & Conference Center has kicked off to make way for Raffles Boston. The tower, which has been 8 years in the making, will be Raffles first location in North America and promises to be truly unique by embracing it's Back Bay location while offering the excellent hospitality Raffles is known for across the globe. Jordan Warshaw of the Noannet Group with the new Raffles world map now including Boston, their first North American location.  

Readville Campus
- Sep 13, 2019

247 Unit Project Approved in Hyde Park The two-building project proposed at 36-40 Sprague Street in Hyde Park's Readville has been approved by the BPDA. The project will include 247 total rental units, 32 of which will be designated affordable along with a two-story pavilion intended to house and promote work-share activities for the residents. Other resident amenities will include a fitness and gym space, a coffee shop, and a dog run.

Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences
- Jul 08, 2019

Raffles Boston Financed for $314 Million New York-based Madison Realty Capital has financed the Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences project for $314 million. The tower will feature 146 luxurious condominium residences atop 154 hotel rooms, expansion space for the adjacent University Club and ground-floor restaurant space. Amenities at Raffles Boston will include lounges, conference/ballroom areas and a pool/fitness center available to both building residents and guests. Parking will be provided at area garages. The tower will replace the existing Boston Common Hotel and Conference Center, an eight-story, 84,200-square-foot building featuring 64 hotel rooms and a 13,650-square-foot conference facility. 40 Trinity Place will be located steps from the South End, Newbury Street and Downtown Boston, convenient to rapid transit and commuter rail lines.

Readville Campus
- Jun 12, 2017

521 middle-income apartments envisioned on multi-acre Hyde Park site near commuter rail The Noannet Group has revealed new details of its’ proposed Readville Campus 521-unit middle-income apartment development in Hyde Park, which would provide the City of Boston with much-needed middle-income housing located steps to the MBTA commuter rail with rents meaningfully below those in new developments in core neighborhoods. The development would include multiple amenities targeted towards innovative millennial residents, including a two-story workshare space encouraging residents to work from home, a large gym with multipurpose rooms and a half-court basketball court, a coffee house and a rooftop pool and hot tub. Readville Campus would be oriented about a central pedestrian plaza; 36% of the development would be comprised of landscaped green space. Readville Campus would open Sprague Pond to the public for the first time in decades, constructing a new park, waterfront restaurant and pondside lounge. Additional information about Readville Campus is posted above. “The City of Boston is desperately in need of new housing designed not for the top or bottom ends of the income spectrum but for everyone in the middle,” said Jordan Warshaw, Founder and Principal of The Noannet Group, in a prepared statement. “By creating a development with over 500 new residences on an underutilized site surrounded by train tracks and directly adjacent to the Readville commuter rail station, we will not only help make a significant dent in the City’s middle income housing crisis but do it in a transit-oriented manner that will help minimize its impact on the surrounding community.” The Noannet Group has filed a Project Notification Form (PNF) with the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) proposing to construct Readville Campus; the BPDA is now reviewing the project.

Readville Campus
- Nov 15, 2016

Transformative transit-oriented development proposed in Readville The Noannet Group has filed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) proposing to construct Readville Campus, a 556,625 square foot mixed-use development that would transform a primarily industrial section of Hyde Park's Readville neighborhood; the following is a link to the LOI. The development would be transit-oriented and would be built on a 6.16-acre site fronting Sprague Pond located steps to the MBTA commuter rail. Four new buildings would be constructed containing 521 residential apartments and a 5,980 square foot, 150-seat restaurant. Construction of Readville Campus is expected to commence in late 2017.

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