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The Faros team is comprised of experienced personnel in Property Management, Asset Management, Leasing, Financing, Construction, and Acquisitions. The team members dedicate their time to ensuring all properties offer outstanding quality and design, making for the perfect workspace that sparks creativity and collaboration.
Alexander Leventhal
Managing Partner
As Managing Partner of Faros Properties, Alexander is responsible for repositioning and leasing. A Boston native, he earned his B.S. degree in Management from Bentley University in Waltham, MA. Prior to joining Faros, Alexander was a Managing Partner of the investment division of Boston Realty Advisors and worked at Jones Lang LaSalle, and RM Bradley Real Estate. Alexander sits on the board of directors for the Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the Boston Public Library, as well as the board of overseers of the New England Aquarium and WGBH Boston. In 2013, Alexander was presented with the Forty under Forty Rising Star award from the Business Council of Westchester.
Jeremy Leventhal
Managing Partner
In his role as Managing Partner of Faros Properties, Jeremy’s main focus lies in handling property acquisitions, corporate operations and investor relations. Prior to joining Faros Properties, Jeremy worked in the Real Estate Investment Banking Division at Morgan Stanley in New York. His background in corporate finance entails work in M&A, debt and equity structuring, and asset management. Jeremy received a B.A. in Economics from Northwestern University.
Elliot Gould
Managing Partner
Elliot Gould oversees property operations, management, and construction as Managing Partner at Faros Properties. Originally from Boston, he attended New York University. He began his career with Winn Development, Cummings Properties, and Archstone Communities in residential property management and leasing. He is on the board of Heading Home, a non-profit that provides emergency, transitional and permanent housing and support services to the low-income homeless in the Boston area. Elliot also serves on the Next Gen Disabilities Housing Initiative for Combined Jewish Philanthropies.