Please join NEWiRE as Anthony Pangaro provides a look at the
Millennium Tower and Burnham Building Development on the Filene's site in
Boston's Downtown Crossing, which includes the construction of a 625-foot tall
residential tower, and the restoration of the original Filene's building into
offices and retail stores. The $615 million project also includes the
re-creation of a neighboring park including a reimagined MBTA station entrance
and an outdoor public amphitheater.
Millennium is also midway through its construction of Millennium Place,
a 256-unit residential tower on the Boston corner of Washington and Avery
streets that will be completed in the fall of 2013.
Mr. Pangaro has been engaged as a principal in private real
estate development since 1980 and has participated in the completion of over
$1.75 billion in private real estate. He is a principal in the joint venture
formed in 1997 between MDA Partners of Boston and Millennium Partners of New
Mr. Pangaro has been involved in numerous projects while
with Millennium Partners, including the Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Towers, the One
Charles Condominium, and the 10 Saint James/75 Arlington Street Office/Retail
Complex, all in Boston. In previous partnerships he was the principal-in-charge
of the development of the Four Seasons Hotel and Condominium in Boston and has
also served the public as Manager of the $1 billion Southwest Corridor
Transportation and Redevelopment project for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
The Southwest Corridor Project and the Southwest Corridor Park were presented a
Presidential Design Award and the Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement
Award. Mr. Pangaro was an advisor to the Government of Puerto Rico for its new
$1.5 billion Tren Urbano rail transit system, America's first design/build/
operate/maintain rapid transit system. In addition, he has also held public
service positions at the Boston Redevelopment Authority and the New York State
Urban Development Corporation (UDC).
A registered architect, Mr. Pangaro holds degrees in
Architecture and in Building Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and
a Master's Degree in Architecture from Harvard University. Subsequently, he was
a Loeb Fellow in Advanced Environmental Studies at Harvard University's Graduate
School of Design.