Brian Fallon

PRESIDENT, DEVELOPMENT

As President of Development, Brian is responsible for leading TDC’s development and construction team and for oversight of all TDC’s new development activities. Brian oversees all development and repositioning initiatives for the company’s existing portfolio and plays a leading role in overseeing the physical due diligence process for all new company acquisitions.

Brian has more than 30 years of experience successfully overseeing large-scale development projects from concept to completion. He is a seasoned development executive distinguished by his in-depth management of multi-disciplinary teams and complex developments ranging from luxury hotel and residential, urban mixed-use projects, office development, both urban and suburban, medical office, wet lab research and land development.

Prior to joining TDC, Brian worked as a Partner and Director of Development at O’Connor Capital Partners in New York. He was a member of the company’s Executive and Investment Committees, participated in fund investments in development joint ventures and managed new business development throughout the Northeast region. Prior to O’Connor Capital, Brian was a Partner and Managing Director for Extell Development Company in Boston. During his five years at Extell he developed significant additions to the firm’s New England portfolio. Prior to Extell, Brian founded the Development and Advisory Services Division of Meredith & Grew, where he worked for 20 years to provide fee-based development consulting and development management services. He oversaw more than 2 million square feet of development, working with key partners including Hines Interests, New England Mutual Life Insurance Company/Copley Real Estate Advisors, Nstar, Children’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital/Partners HealthCare.

Brian is a member of The Davis Companies Executive Committee and Investment Committee.

Brian holds a Master in Public Administration from The Maxwell School at Syracuse University and a Bachelor of Arts from Siena College in NY.