honoring John B. Hynes, III, CEO & Managing Partner, Boston Global Investors
with the MBC Skyline Award for Outstanding Achievement
The evening includes hosted networking reception with musical entertainment,
elegant dinner, and awards ceremony.
Introduction by John B. Hynes, IV
Keynote by John B. Hynes, III
John B. Hynes, III will be awarded the MBC Skyline Award for Outstanding Achievement. Given rarely in the organization's 97-year history, it was designed to recognize and honor those in our industry who have made significant contributions to the built environment and the community.
John Hynes is the CEO and Managing Partner of Boston Global Investors. Prior to the formation of BGI in April, 2010, Mr. Hynes spent ten years as CEO and Managing Partner for Gale International and served as the driving force in the company’s aggressive expansion both domestically and in Asia. During his tenure at Gale, Mr. Hynes was the deal originator and managing Partner for the successful development of One Lincoln (now known as State Street Financial Center) and initiated Boston’s Seaport Square project. He also secured the massive New Songdo City project, a US $35B, 100 million square foot master planned city near Seoul, South Korea, one of the largest private real estate projects in the world today.Prior to joining Gale, Mr. Hynes spent ten years as a broker with the Codman Company and RM Bradley & Co. and ten years as the local development partner with Lincoln Property Company. During that time he participated in more than three hundred leasing and sales transactions in the Boston market totaling over six million square feet and developed three office projects totaling two million square feet with an aggregate value in excess of one billion dollars.
Currently, Mr. Hynes is focusing on the development of the 6M SF mixed-use Seaport Square project which is to be completed within this decade. John remains committed to and active within the Boston and Cape Cod communities and sits on the board of several non-profits and professional organizations. John is a graduate of Harvard College where he captained the 1980 hockey team.