Mary Gardill MDesS '91

Mary Gardill is the Project Manager charged with delivery of a Master Plan of a $300 Million Dollar innovative public-private partnership with Harvard Medical School, Brigham Women’s Hospital and Extell, the first of its kind in Massachusetts. She managed a team of architects and attorneys to design a Master Plan and develop a structural design for the three acre site to accommodate 500,000 SF research/office and 120 condominiums and deliver, in consideration for the 99 year ground lease, a new Mass Mental Health Hospital, with a conceptual plan that respects the unique 100 year history of the innovative practice an advancement of mental health care in the U.S.

She also initiated the Commonwealth’s Telecommunications Program for five agencies generating over $5 Million in scheduled revenue since inception. Currently, she maintains a portfolio of over 35 projects for sale or lease.

In her 20 years of practice, she has experience in all phases of the commercial real estate industry, primarily in adding value to properties and portfolios through marketing, management, mortgage financing and the brokerage and leasing of investment property. As Real Estate Manager for MCI’s first fiber optics project nationwide she has extraordinary knowledge of telecommunications relative to tangible asset management. Prior to working with telecommunications and corporate real estate, she earned a Master of Design in Real Estate Development from Harvard University.

Since then she has been a guest speaker and conference facilitator for workshops at Harvard University, UMASS, USC and Hult holding conversations about Public/Private Projects in USA, Canada, India, Korea, South Africa and Israel. She has published several articles regarding New Urbanism in the Harvard Real Estate Journal and in Dallas Magazine. She was awarded two Maxi Awards from the International Council of Shopping Centers.

Additional accomplishments in real estate include the sale of over $38 million dollars of commercial property, completing over 75 transactions within her first two years in the industry. Currently, she is working with International technology transfer and Public Private Partnerships.