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Chevron Partners is a privately-held and fully integrated full-service real estate development, investment, asset, and property management firm with an affiliated design and construction management company.  Chevron has a track record of success that stems from the breadth of experience of its team, their interconnected understanding of the development process and their passion for building beautiful real estate.

A true boutique firm, dedicated to an exclusive group of investors and third-party clients, Chevron handles fewer transactions to ensure that each asset benefits from the crucial, wide-ranging experience of its principals and their critical understanding of the interconnectedness of all aspects of real estate management and development and the key to successful asset performance.

Chevron Partners stems from a shared vision and value partnership between former principal of Daniel René Boston, Marcel Safar and privately-held real estate investment and asset management firm Fulton, headquartered in Paris.

Chevron’s people have the experience and passion to understand and manage the make-or-break links between the architect designing space and broker leasing the space, every day operational hazards and their avoidance by lease language, or how local building codes and municipal regulations may limit lease ability, increase construction costs and turnover time and affect the financial metrics of a deal.

Chevron achieves this naturally, stemming from the lifelong passion of its people to create and maintain those special properties that enhance life when we work, live and play.

 

Updates

727 Mass. Ave
- Feb 19, 2020

Chevron Partners Proposes Renovation/Addition to 727 Mass Ave Chevron Partners has submitted plans to the City of Cambridge for the renovation and addition to the former Gas & Light Building on Mass. Ave. Renovations to the building originally constructed in 1912, will increase and improve access to ground-floor retail space on Massachusetts Avenue, improve office space, and create a new elegant, sophisticated and intimate 37-room boutique hotel to serve and reinforce the diversity and vibrancy of Central Square.


256-260 Newbury Street
- Dec 26, 2019

Building Permit Issued for 256-260 Newbury St. Conversion to Boutique Hotel A building permit valued at $4.435M has been pulled for the renovations and addition to 256-260 Newbury Street. The project will add retail/restaurant space to the ground and first floors of the historic building with 17 apartment-style boutique hotel rooms on the upper levels. The proposal includes new MEPFP systems sprinkler and the installation of an elevator along with the construction of a new penthouse addition and roof deck. Construction is expected to last through the third quarter of 2021.


Sears Crescent Building
- Sep 16, 2019

Sears Crescent Building Refinanced for $27 Million The Sears Crescent Building located in Boston's Financial District has been refinanced via Cambridge Trust for $27 million. The 41,087 square foot six-story building was built in 1816 and stands six stories tall. The Sears Crescent Building fronts City Hall Plaza and is located across from the Government Center MBTA station.


10 Winthrop Square
- Jun 13, 2019

10 Winthrop Square Refinanced for $16.058 Million  The property at 10 Winthrop Square has been refinanced by Chevron Partners via Country Bank for Savings for $16.058 million. A quintessential Bostonian property, 10 Winthrop Square will be brought to market by Chevron Partners as the premier boutique office building in downtown Boston. In the heart of Downtown on charming Winthrop Square, Chevron Partners will bring out the beauty of this turn of the century gem. A precise harmony, 10 Winthrop Square balances respect for the history of the building with the introduction of modern office amenities and finishes as well as attractive retail components.


Sears Crescent Building
- Apr 15, 2016

Chevron Partners acquires Sears Crescent Building on City Hall PlazaChevron Partners today acquired the historic Sears Crescent Building fronting City Hall Plaza for $23.8 million. The building last sold in 1996 for $4.25 million to former owner Copley Investments. The deed for today's sale is posted below:   More information about the building is posted below.


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