Larry F. Lenrow

Larry F. Lenrow

Managing Director Property Management and Operations

As Managing Director of Property Management and Operations, Larry is responsible for running property management, as well as handling various administrative matters for TDC and serves on the Investment Committee. With over 30 years of real estate experience, Larry continues to be actively involved in every facet of the business. Larry joined TDC in 1999 after working as a broker and senior executive overseeing asset and property management, finance and development. Larry began his career in the late 1970s as a real estate specialist at Price Waterhouse Coopers (Coopers & Lybrand). He spent much of the 1980s as head of the asset management company for Leggat McCall Companies. Larry was a founding member and senior executive of the international firm, Compass Management and Leasing, where he was responsible for growing the New England and New York portfolio to over 15 million square feet. During his tenure there, he was directly involved in leasing several million square feet of office and industrial space to such notable tenants as Mercury Computer Systems, The Boston Company (Mellon) and Bank of Boston (Bank of America), one of the largest office deals in 1991. Larry oversaw the redevelopment of Bank of Boston’s headquarters; the project included reconstruction of the plaza, lobby and 871,000 square feet of tenant space. Larry has been actively involved in the acquisition of new assets, repositioning programs, staff development and execution of business plans. Larry was featured on the cover of Real Estate New York, spotlighted in The Sunday New York Times, contributed regularly to Real Estate Weekly, featured on the back cover of New England Real Estate Journal in “People to Watch” and named Executive of the Year in 2012. He has been an industry instructor for over 25 years. Having graduated from college at age 19 with a Bachelor’s Degree from Binghamton University, Larry went on to earn a Masters Degrees in Education (Simmons College), Accounting (Northeastern University), Business (Northeastern University) and Taxation (Bentley College).