Oliver joined Boylston Properties in 2019 to assist in construction management for Arsenal Yards. Since joining, Oliver has become a driving member of Boylston Properties property management arm, overseeing the operations and day to day success of various assets, including City Place in Boston, retail properties in Needham, and the life science campus at Arsenal Yards.
Previously with Suffolk Construction for five years in both their Boston and San Francisco offices, Oliver spent time as a Project Engineer, Assistant Project Manager and Business Development Manager, recently overseeing opportunities across mixed-use, multi-family, hospitality, office, retail and life science.
Oliver has his construction supervisor license, is a LEED Green Associate and OSHA 30 certified. Oliver received his undergraduate degree in public policy from Hobart College and his master’s degree in real estate development & design from University of California, Berkeley.
I grew up in Boston on Beacon Hill, but currently reside in Milton with my wife, Alejandra and daughter, Coco.
Some charities I’m involved in are InnerCity Weightlifting and Gateway Arts. I also serve as a member of the ULI Young Leaders Steering Committee, and in Katie’s absence, serve as a member of the Real Estate Committee at the Charles River Chamber.
As for architecture, I’ve always liked contemporary additions to old buildings, so Renzo Piano’s renovation of the Harvard Art Museums is a favorite of mine. Directly adjacent to Le Corbusier’s Carpenter Center makes for a nice cluster of architecture right here in Cambridge!
Some book recommendations I have are The Vapors and Billion Dollar Whale… both great reads. I would also recommend 99% Invisible if you’re looking for a fun podcast.
A random fact about me is that it’s been said that I’m an above average stone skipper (thanks to years of practice on the shores of the Outer Cape!)