INNOVATION: We focus on complex urban mixed use, green development, close to mass transit and located in the northeast corridor from Boston to NYC to Washington, DC. We think outside the box. Our strategy is to integrate the capital, design, construction, environment, marketing and public goals into a creative solution that enables us to achieve superior results.
INTEGRITY: Our People have diverse expertise. We bring an exceptional team of individuals together under one roof with extensive real estate expertise in the finance, development, design, marketing and construction fields.
DEPTH: Our Capital network is extensive. Our capital partners are highly selective about who they will entrust with their money. We focus on sophisticated investors from financial institutions, endowments, pension funds and high net worth individuals. We have relationships spanning over 20 years with JP Morgan, almost a decade with Morgan Stanley and five years with Principal Global Investors.
Our people provide the expertise to achieve superior real estate results.
We bring an exceptional team of people together under one roof with extensive real estate expertise in the finance, development, design, marketing and construction fields.
Alex Twining is President and CEO of [ t ] TwiningProperties with over 4 million square feet of development in New York City and Boston. Projects include the 510,000 square foot Watermark Kendall apartments in Cambridge, MA, 440 West 42nd Street a 1 million square foot mixed-use tower in Midtown Manhattan and the 300 unit Watermark Seaport part of the 6.4 million square foot Seaport Square overlooking the Boston Harbor. Twining has been a real estate developer for over 25 years. He has structured $2 billion in equity and debt capital transactions and negotiated numerous complex acquisitions, land assemblages and joint ventures.
Twining was CEO of MetroNexus, a Morgan Stanley Real Estate Funds Enterprise which managed the redevelopment and disposition of a 3 million square foot portfolio in the US and Canada. At Morgan Stanley he worked with its real estate, venture capital and telecom groups to launch a $1.25 billion global platform to develop mission critical facilities. Twining also managed $3.0 billion of Morgan Stanley's most complex office, apartment, retail and hotel investments, including $1.2 billion of acquisitions and over $750 million of dispositions. Mr. Twining's focus at Morgan Stanley was on large scale development properties including The Woodlands, a 25,000-acre new town in Texas, John Buck Company's 3 million square foot North Bridge, urban mixed-used development in Chicago and The Gale Company’s 6 million square foot national office portfolio including the 1 million square foot One Lincoln Street in Boston.
Prior to joining Morgan Stanley in 1998, Twining was an officer of AvalonBay Communities, a $4 billion multi-family REIT where he expanded the suburban garden apartment company into urban residential development, creating the urban development and construction team and a pipeline of 3,000 apartments. For Colgate Palmolive he directed the development of the $2 billion, 8 million square foot Colgate Center in NJ. He was Regional Partner for FD Rich Companies' Boston office overseeing a 2 million square foot mixed use hotel, office and retail development and directed an 800,000 square foot mixed use hotel residential and office development for BF Saul Company, halfway between the White House and US Capitol in Washington, DC.
Mr. Twining is a former ULI Urban Mixed Use Development Council Chairman, an architect and real estate broker and serves on the Dean’s Council of the Yale School of Architecture. He received both a BA and a MArch from Yale University. He has lectured and taught at Yale, MIT, NYU and Columbia.
Neil Duncan is the CFO of [ t ] TwiningProperties where he is responsible for all accounting, treasury and debt and equity functions at the company. Mr. Duncan has arranged over $350 million in debt and equity for [ t ] TwiningProperties Watermark Kendall, 440 West 42nd Street and Watermark Seaport developments. He has over a decade of experience in finance for real estate investment and development, six years of experience as a real estate investment banker and ten years in public and private accounting.
Previously, Mr. Duncan was CFO for MetroNexus, a Morgan Stanley Real Estate Funds Enterprise which managed the redevelopment and disposition of a 3 million square foot portfolio in the US and Canada. He performed investment sales as a Vice President at Rockwood Realty and was a Vice President at J.P. Morgan for 10 years, working in the Real Estate Investment Banking Group, where he focused on both domestic and cross-border advisory assignments, debt and equity financings and structured tax transactions for real estate and corporate clients.
While at J.P. Morgan, Mr. Duncan worked on many advisory transactions, including restructuring Mitsubishi Estate's $1.5 billion investment in Rockefeller Center, Ford Motor Company's $1 billion sale of First Nationwide Bank, a $5 billion commercial real estate portfolio, the sale of Newport Tower, a 1 million square foot office building in Jersey City and the sale of the Allen Center, a 3 million square foot mixed-use complex in Houston. Mr. Duncan has worked on many financing transactions, such as a $190 million acquisition and lease-up loan from J. P. Morgan to the purchasers of 590 Madison Avenue, a 1 million square foot office building in New York and the purchase of 50 percent of Brazil's leading retail company by a U.S. REIT. He has also has completed structured tax financings including $1 billion for The Walt Disney Co. and $300 milllion for J. P. Morgan raising equity and debt through private equity placements, credit derivatives, mortgage loans and sale-leasebacks, addressing all tax and accounting issues, and coordinating a transaction team of 30 people.
Mr. Duncan worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers from 1983 to 1989, both in the New York office and the London office. Mr. Duncan qualified as a Chartered Accountant in England in 1986. He received a BA in Economics from Nottingham University in England.
Bob Flack is [ t ] TwiningProperties Boston Partner and is currently working on Watermark Kendall East apartments in Cambridge and Watermark Seaport apartments in Boston and other new acquisitions in the region. Bob brings over two decades of leadership and management experience in the development, design, construction, marketing, management and strategic planning of residential and commercial projects. Before joining [ t ] TwiningProperties, he was Senior Vice President for Design and Development at Corcoran Jennison Company in Boston, MA, overseeing the financing, permitting, and new construction for market-rate and mixed income housing, commercial office space for Boston healthcare institutions, and research and laboratory space for the US Coast Guard.
Prior to his position at Corcoran Jennison, Mr. Flack was Senior Vice President at The Beacon Companies in Boston, MA. At Beacon, he oversaw and managed multi-phased projects throughout New England, assembling teams for permitting, design and construction of over 3,000 units, redeveloping derelict urban areas between 25 and 80 acres, including the construction of new infrastructure and streets, while accommodating existing residents. Also while at Beacon, he managed the redevelopment of South Station in Boston, converting this traditional transportation hub into a rich multi-use urban center. To this day, South Station and its community form a vibrant intersection of the adjacent residential district and the financial and seaport districts in Boston. Other positions at Beacon included Director of Retail Leasing, Tenant Coordinator and Senior Project Manager.
On staff with Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital for 6 years, Mr. Flack was responsible for the planning, design and coordination of the Carl J. Shapiro Clinical Center: a $170 million high rise building for ambulatory clinical services which became the cornerstone for the expansion and reorganization of this major healthcare institution.
Mr. Flack received his professional training in architecture from Tulane University and worked in the field for 14 years before his career shift to project management and real estate development. Bob is an active leader in his community as the President of the Board of the Watertown Community Housing and Metro West Collaborative Developers.
Joseph Bearak is Senior Vice President of Construction for [ t ] TwiningProperties where he has overseen the construction of the $100 million Watermark Kendall West in Cambridge, MA by Bovis Construction and is now working on Watermark Kendall East with Moriarity Construction and the 300 unit Watermark Seaport overlooking the Boston Harbor with Skanska Construction. Mr. Bearak has over fourty years of experience in the construction industry overseeing every type of project including large scale office, retail, hotel, apartment and recreational facilities valued at several billion dollars.
During the last twenty years he has held senior executive positions with two international construction firms and a major real estate development company in Boston. For seven years Mr. Bearak managed the New England Regional office for AMEC Construction Management (Morse Diesel International). Projects that he oversaw include TD BankNorth Garden (Fleet Center) home of the Boston Bruins and the Celtics, the Seaport Hotel, the 1.4 million square foot $460 million Providence Place Mall, and the 270,000 116 Huntington Avenue office building in the Back Bay of Boston. Previously, Mr. Bearak had overseen construction for Cohen Properties of Boston including the 206 unit Esplanade Residences in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Mr. Bearak has been involved in the construction of over 3,800 housing units throughout the Northeast as well as numerous commercial, retail and sports projects. Over the last seven years he has been managing the construction process overseeing companies including the John Moriarity Company, Bovis Construction, J.F. White Construction Suffolk Construction and Skanska Construction.
Mr. Bearak has been a member of NAIOP, the Massachusetts Building Congress and the Allston Brighton Community Development Corporation and attended Wentworth Institute in Boston.
As Vice President of Development for New York, Aida Stoddard has been working in the construction, design and development fields in the City for more than fifteen years. Ms. Stoddard provides local expertise in the New York market and Brooklyn sub-market, with experience in structuring private development deals, condominium plan development, tax-abatement programs, transfer of development rights [TDR] deals, environmental remediation and local zoning resolution review. Prior to joining Twining Ms. Stoddard started Bright City, a successful, mixed-use development practice in Brooklyn. Bright City developed some of the first green condominium projects in Brooklyn and was the first all-women owned developer to be financed by HSBC in New York. Bright City also consulted to businesses in the development of green building programs, and oversaw the construction of the first LEED Gold, small-scale urban supermarket in New York.
Prior to her role in real estate development, Ms. Stoddard worked as an architect for several years in private practice. Before developing her own practice, she managed several building exterior envelope preservation and renewal projects on New York City landmarks like the Brooklyn Museum and the Public Theater. She gained experience designing large building projects at Kohn Pedersen Fox and interned with the 42nd Street Development Project at Empire State Development.
Ms. Stoddard is a licensed architect in New York and Connecticut, and a member of ULI and Women in Housing Finance New York. She received an A.B. from Columbia College and M.Arch from Columbia University GSAPP. Ms. Stoddard participates in Alumni mentoring events at GSAPP and the Brooklyn Real Estate Round Table.
Theresa brings many years of real estate accounting, property management and IT experience to[ t ] TwiningProperties. These included positions at some of the largest banks and accounting firms. Prior to joining [ t ] TwiningProperties, Theresa worked for Morgan Stanley/Dean Witter Real Estate where she was responsible for developing an Oracle database system that integrated accounting, investor and financial reporting for several MSDW real estate enterprises. While at MSDW, she participated in financial training programs sponsored by MSDW in partnership with Cornell University. She later joined MetroNexus, a Morgan Stanley real estate funds enterprise. As comptroller for MetroNexus, she oversaw most accounting functions as that enterprise redeveloped and disposed of a portfolio of approximately three million square feet in both the US and Canada. She has considerable experience in all phases of project development from inception, construction through property management.
She has been an essential member of several Twining projects including the successful development of the 510,000 square foot Watermark Kendall projects in Cambridge MA, 440 West 42 Street in Manhattan, and Watermark Seaport in Boston. Theresa has been responsible for interfacing and handling reporting requirements to Twining financing partners and government agencies. Theresa attended Adelphi University. She is a member of several avicultural societies and a supporter of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Mark Barer is Senior Vice President of Development at [ t ] TwiningProperties in Boston and is currently working on a mixed-use master plan development in Central Square, Cambridge. In addition to development management activities in Central Square, Mark pursues new acquisition opportunities for the [ t ] TwiningProperties portfolio in the urban core. Mark brings with him more than 20 years of experience in the real estate industry directing development activities in permitting, finance, marketing, design, construction and acquisitions across diversified real estate products types.
Before joining [ t ] TwiningProperties, Mark served as Vice-President at Berkeley Investments where he directed development activities and served as asset manager for their Seaport Portfolio in downtown Boston. Mark was responsible for the creation and execution of Berkeley’s Seaport portfolio business plan, which included all development and management aspects for 360,000 SF of retail, office and residential property. In this role, Mark directed the repositioning of Berkeley’s retail holdings in the Fort Point District including managing the sell-out of an AIA award-winning building and securing four high-end restaurants within the District. Mark also worked closely with the local community to ensure the historic preservation and continuity of the neighborhood, while securing affordable live/work space for local artists. Prior to his position at Berkeley, Mark served as Senior Project Manager at Cathartes Private Investments where he directed the development of 700 new residential units and nearly 1,000,000 SF of commercial property exceeding $350M in construction in the Northeast Region. This included permitting for a 400-unit mixed-use transit-oriented master plan in Jersey City and leading Canyon-Johnson’s initial Urban Fund Boston development.
Prior to entering the real estate development industry, Mark worked as an architect on urban mixed-use projects in Denver and Telluride, Colorado. He received his BA from University of Wisconsin, MArch from University of California, Berkeley, and MSRED from Columbia University in New York. Mark is also an active member of ULI and NAIOP.
We create places for people to Live, Work and Play.
Green projects outperform conventional projects, while supporting healthy lifestyles and a greener planet.
We focus on transit-oriented locations in the path of growth.
[ t ] TwiningProperties strategy is to invest in locations that are close to mass transit along AMTRAK’s Northeast Corridor from Boston to Washington, DC. Transit oriented development increases complexity but adds long term value by enhancing accessibility and minimizing environmental impact. Over the last thirty years principals of [ t ] TwiningProperties have developed projects adjacent to transit and implemented new transit systems to enable high density development.
In 2008 [ t ] TwiningProperties assembled an in-house leasing team to lease its own retail space on the first two floors of the Watermark Residences in Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA. cityRetail is a new approach to leasing which recognizes that attracting high-quality, unique ground floor tenants adds value to the process of place-making. cityRetail takes advantage of an entreprenurial and multidimensional approach, assembling a team of seasoned practitioners in the areas of finance, architecture, law, LEED certification, real estate development, leasing and construction.
Our capital network enables us to execute large complex urban real estate strategies.
DEPTH: Our network of capital partners has known and trusted us for many years. They invest along side us with the confidence that we will deliver superior results. We focus on sophisticated investors from financial institutions, endowments, pension funds and high net worth individuals. We have relationships spanning over 20 years with JPMorgan, Lehman Brothers, almost a decade with Morgan Stanley and five years with Principal Global Investors. Our investors keep coming back to do more business.
Our real estate investment capacity is expanded through equity joint ventures with institutional partners. We are currently working on over four million square feet of development projects valued at over $2 billion with our capital partners from Macfarlane, Morgan Stanley and Principal Global Investors.
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In 2003 [ t ] TwiningProperties structured its first equity joint venture with Principal Global Investors to develop Watermark Kendall, a 321 unit apartment tower. Frank Orioli, Director of Acquisitions at Principal, had previously worked with Twining on the 1 million square foot One Lincoln Street office building when Orioli was at Ohio STERS and Twining was with Morgan Stanley.
Given the quality of the Watermark Kendell, the Principal Twining joint venture was able to recapture almost their entire investment prior to stabilization with a permanent loan with Metlife.
Based on this success, in 2013 Principal and Twining completed Watermark Kendall East, a 144 unit second phase.
In the late 1990’s [ t ] TwiningProperties CEO Alex Twining oversaw the Morgan Stanley Real Estate Fund’s largest development projects in the US, including the 25,000 acre new town The Woodlands in Texas, the 1 million square foot One Lincoln Street office building in Boston and the 3 million square foot North Bridge development in Chicago which included four hotels.
In 2001 Morgan Stanley tapped Twining as CEO of MetroNexus to restructure its $300 million data center platform. To maximize value, Twining downsized the operating company and brought on a new CFO, Neil Duncan from JP Morgan in 2001 and head of development, Andrew Bank in 2003. Together they disposed of the 3 million square foot MetroNexus portfolio across the US and Canada by repositioning the assets for new uses through re-zoning and redevelopment. Since the founding of [ t ] TwiningProperties in 2003, Morgan Stanley has pursued real estate investments as one of Twining’s strategic capital partners.
Morgan Stanley brought on [ t ] TwiningProperties to direct the 2.5 million square foot residential component of Seaport Square and Gale International as master developer for the 6.5 million square foot urban missed use project overlooking the Boston Harbor.
[ t ] TwiningProperties CEO Alex Twining worked with Ed Rotter, former Managing Director of ING Clarion, since 1978 when he founded Twining Associates to pursue residential loft conversions in SOHO, Tribeca, Union Square & Lower Manhattan and Class B office buildings along lower Park Avenue. Twining went on to form [ t ] TwiningProperties, and Rotter became one of the top producing acquisition officers in the country. In 2004, ING Clarion backed [ t ] TwiningProperties on the one million square foot Echo Bay Center project in New Rochelle, NY. Twining and Rotter continue to pursue development deals in the Boston and New York regions.
MacFarlane Partners/ CBDLLC
[ t ] TwiningProperties CEO Alex Twining and Chuck Berman, Vice Chairman of MacFarlane Partners and Principal of CBDLLC, have worked together for over 25 years. In the early 1980’s Berman pursued investments in Twining’s Manhattan loft conversions. In the mid 1990’s Berman as President of AvalonBay brought Twining on to expand the company’s portfolio from suburban garden apartments to urban high rise residences. During three years together, Twining built the AvalonBay urban development and construction team and secured a pipeline of over 3,000 units in metro NYC and Boston.
When Berman joined MacFarlane in early 2000, he brought [ t ] TwiningProperties on to advise on their first major NYC investment in the Time Warner Center. Berman also began pursuing investments in Twining Property developments. In 2004 Macfarlane with CalPERS became [ t ] TwiningProperties capital partner to buy a NYC block at 42nd and 10th Avenue for a 1 million square foot mixed use development. The asset was sold in 2007.
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Mass+Main is a three city block assemblage converging on the prime corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Main Street in Central Square, Cambridge. In partnership with the city of Cambridge, [ t ] TwiningProperties is in the process of reconfiguring the zoning for this urban intersection to allow for redevelopment. Mass+Main will be between 300,000 – 700,000 square feet of mixed uses including residences, retail, hotel and office with excellent subway access on the MBTA Redline. Normandy Real Estate partners is the capital partner for Mass+Main. [ t ] TwiningProperties wants to make Mass+Main the best place to be in Central Square.
440 W42nd Street
[ t ] TwiningProperties was selected as a finalist from 20 major firms to develop a 1 msf urban waterfront development including apartments, retail and a hotel overlooking the Long Island Sound in New Rochelle, NY.
apt units -- 800
hotel rms -- 100
office sf --
retail sf -- 50,000
cultural sf -- 50,000
total -- 1 msf
[ t ] TwiningProperties structured a deal between the Port Authority of NY & NJ and a private landowner to develop a four block, 2 msf urban mixed use development at the entrance to the Holland Tunnel in Jersey City, NJ.
apt units -- 1,000
hotel rms -- 300
office sf -- 500,000
retail sf -- 200,000
cultural sf --
total -- 2 msf
[ t ] TwiningProperties Principals restructured MetroNexus for Morgan Stanley, including downsizing the company and rezoning, repositioning and disposing of 3 msf of properties in Atlanta, Houston, Jersey City & Montreal.
apt units --
hotel rms --
office sf -- 3msf
retail sf --
cultural sf --
total -- 3 msf
[ t ] TwiningProperties Principals started AvalonBay’s successful move into urban residential development building an integrated development, management & construction team to build a pipeline of 3,000 apartment units including metro NYC projects in Bronxville, New Rochelle, Queens, Manhattan & Jersey City.
apt units -- 2,300
hotel rms --
office sf --
retail sf -- 100,000
cultural sf --
total -- 3 msf
[ t ] TwiningProperties Principals directed the development of Colgate Center an 8 msf urban mixed use development with 6 msf of office for Lehman, Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs, 1,200 apartments, 100,000 sf of retail, a hotel, marina, new light rail and ferry service to Manhattan.
apt units -- 1,200
hotel rms -- 500
office sf -- 6msf
retail sf -- 200,000
cultural sf -- 50,000
total -- 8 msf
[ t ] TwiningProperties Principals as regional partner for FD Rich Company assembled 19 parcels on two city blocks and secured approvals for a 2 msf complex with two office towers, a hotel, retail and entertainment space in Downtown Boston. Today the complex includes the Ritz of Boston.
apt units --
hotel rms -- 400
office sf -- 1.4
retail sf -- 100,000
cultural sf --
total 2 msf --
[ t ] TwiningProperties Principals working with BF Saul Company entitled an 800,000 sf office, hotel, retail and apartment complex on Pennsylvania Avenue, halfway between the White House & the US Capitol in Washington, DC.
apt units -- 200
hotel rms -- 400
office sf -- 300,000
retail sf -- 50,000
cultural sf --
total -- 800,000 sf
440 W42nd Street
[ t ] TwiningProperties assembled the site and structured a deal with MTA to develop a new 7 subway station at the corner of 42nd Street and 10th Avenue in Manhattan. Co-developed with Related with CalPERS as capital partner, the project became the MiMA building consisting of 1 million square feet, 60-stories, 560 rental and condo apartments, a 600 room hotel, 50,000 square feet retail and Signature Theater. [ t ] TwiningProperties and CalPERS sold to Goldman Sachs and a private investor in 2007.
60 story, 1 million square feet, 560 apartments and condos, 600 room hotel, 50,000 square feet retail, Signature Theater
Watermark Kendall is located in the heart of Kendall Square, an award winning neighborhood marked as a global center for innovation and cutting edge technology next to MIT. Dubbed as one of the most exciting places to live, work, shop and play in the Boston area, this walkable community is situated just one subway stop on the Red Line from Beacon Hill, two stops from Harvard Square and on the banks of the Charles River. Completed in 2006, Watermark Kendall West is a modern full-service high rise apartment nestled in a diverse and locally thriving community. Units offer panoramic views, oversized closets, and designer kitchens. Some of the property amenities include 24 hour concierge service, dry cleaning, a fitness club, and Zen Garden. Watermark is bringing a new level of apartment living to Cambridge. Watermark Kendall East, with 144 units, was completed in 2013.
The Watermark Kendall architect was David Nagahiro of CBT. The interiors were designed by Patrick Planeta of CBT and ADD Inc. The building forms a dramatic billboard to those crossing the Longfellow Bridge into Kendall Square. Inside the building original works of art on every floor are on loan from the DeCordova Museum.
24 story, 375,000 square feet, 321 luxury apartments and 25,000 square feet retail, completed 2006, LEED EB Gold.
18 story, 135,000 sf building, 144 apartments and 10,000 square feet retail, completed 2013, LEED Gold.
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[ t ] TwiningProperties was selected to advise and develop the masterplan on the residential portion Seaport redevelopment plan, representing 2.5 million square feet of the 6.5 million square foot master development on 25 acres overlooking the Boston Harbor and owned by Morgan Stanley and the Gale Companies. Watermark Seaport sits on a prime site overlooking two parks and the Boston Harbor. The building will be a 17-story tower with 300,000 square feet and 346 units with 15,000 square feet of retail space. The project is co-developed by Skanska and currently under construction. The masterplan architects are KPF and the entire development will be LEED ND.
17 story, 300,000 square feet, 346 apartments, 15,000 square feet retail, under construction and on track for LEED ND.
New Rochelle chooses NYC developer for Echo Bay reboot
July 9, 2014 - Twining Properties will take another stab at the long-debated waterfront project
[ t ] TwiningProperties CEO: Why I’m bullish on Quincy Center
AUGUST 08, 2013 • BOSTON BUSINESS JOURNAL
Last week’s departure of Related Beal as a partner in the $1.6 billion Quincy Center redevelopment created an opening for [ t ] TwiningProperties, the New York real estate company that recently opened its second luxury apartment building in Cambridge’s Kendall Square. Read More →
144-apartment complex Watermark East opens in Kendall Square
JUNE 13, 2013 • WICKED LOCAL CAMBRIDGE
Although residents began moving in last month, phase 2 of Watermark Kendall – a 144-apartment complex – is scheduled to celebrate its grand opening at a private event June 26. Read More →
Seaport Square project taking shape
MAY 03, 2013 • BOSTON GLOBE
A deal is emerging to build one of the South Boston Waterfront’s largest developments: a pair of 22-story towers on Seaport Boulevard that would include up to 800 apartments and a 300,000-square-foot retail and entertainment complex. Read More →
Central’s ‘primed for redevelopment’
JANUARY 05, 2013 • BOSTON HERALD
Cambridge’s Central Square is “primed” for fresh housing, shopping and dining options, after a pair of developers snapped up a portfolio of 15 properties, including several aging lab facilities that Quest Diagnostics will be departing. Read More →
Building boom in this N'hood
New York Times, 2013
"How MIT's Kendall Sq Attracted $2B"
Kendall Square's Retail Emergence
Boston Globe, 2013
"24 hours in Kendall Square"
Boston Globe, 2012
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