“At Brown Wagner, We Know Commercial Real Estate In Boston”
Brown & Wagner, LLC, headquartered at 31 State Street in Boston, is a full service, experienced commercial real estate lease brokerage firm serving landlords and tenants within the Boston area. It serves as the exclusive agent for a number of distinguished properties located within downtown Boston.
Brown & Wagner provides a complete range of commercial real estate lease services to its clients, including landlord agency, tenant advisory services, value-added consultation, and investment sales. Its performance-oriented approach has resulted in many long-term client relationships as a testament to its highly individualized, one-on-one commitment.
The commercial real estate buildings within Brown & Wagner’s commercial office space inventory provide a wide assortment of alternatives. All offer immediate accessibility to Boston’s major transportation and public transit routes. Restaurants, hotels, and other amenities are within walking distance of each property.
About Kevin Brown
Brown & Wagner, LLC is the creation of President Kevin Brown, who has a diverse and successful background spanning over three and a half decades, providing guidance to the tenant and landlord community, 34 of those years in Downtown Boston. He has completed over 12 million square feet of lease transactions to over 1,800 organizations during that time.
Prior to founding Brown & Wagner, Kevin was Senior Vice President at Lincoln Property Company for six years, following a productive career of 24 years as a Principal and Senior Vice President of Peter Elliot and Company. Kevin is a 1977 graduate of Holy Cross College with a BA in History and a member of the President’s Council of Holy Cross College.
The Real Reporter’s March 5, 2009 issue, in an article introducing Brown & Wagner, LLC, says that Kevin is a “veteran commercial real estate lease broker…. thanks to “astute” landlords, the buildings he represents are stable, with occupancy averaging about 95 percent…. Brown himself would seem well equipped to handle any rough waters, having survived harsh environments including the early 1990’s.”
Kevin E. Brown