The Fallon Company History & Experience
Established in 1993, The Fallon Company has remained active and viable through fluctuating economic cycles to become a respected leader in commercial real estate. Both as a development and as an investment firm, The Fallon Company is known not only for the quality of its properties, but also for its professionalism, collaborative approach and commitment to the communities in which it builds.
The Fallon Company, led by founder Joseph F. Fallon, has developed several billion dollars of commercial real estate in the Northeast. In 2005, the company acquired one of the most sought-after and exceptional waterfront sites in the United States—Fan Pier, a 21-acre property spanning nine city blocks and permitted for three million square feet of mixed-use development. When complete, this property, known as “the crown jewel of Boston Harbor,” will include spectacular offices with unmatched amenities, a world-class hotel, luxury residences, a marina, and a host of superb retail opportunities.
Joseph F. Fallon
As CEO and President of The Fallon Company, Joseph F. Fallon oversees the development and investment operations of the company’s real estate portfolio, which includes some of the most sought-after residential, hotel, and commercial properties in Boston. In addition to Fan Pier, Fallon is or has been an owner and developer of several other projects in Boston, including The Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Park Lane Seaport, and the Marriott Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel.
Fallon has served on numerous non-profit boards including A Better City, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, The Island Alliance, Sail Boston, The Boston Harbor Association, and the New England Aquarium. Current boards he is serving on are The Boston Symphony Orchestra and WGBH. Fallon’s wealth of experience is matched only by his commitment to the city of Boston and the Waterfront.
His vision, strong local focus and wide- ranging knowledge are proven by his success in transforming real estate opportunities into projects of enduring quality and value to both its residents and to the city of Boston.