Ted Furst is a Project Manager for BRV Corp. and heads the Boston office. He combines his professional training and hands-on experience in areas of development, design, and construction to work with clients on public parks and private land projects.
At BRV, Mr. Furst has advised developers on how to create activity and generate revenues in the public realm within mixed-use and waterfront projects across the country and abroad.
Prior to joining BRV, Mr. Furst worked for Vail Resorts in Colorado as a Manager in the Resort Development Department, where he managed a team of researchers. Using his team's findings, he collaborated with senior management on planning initiatives for property development, resort expansion, and infrastructure improvements across four ski resorts.
Mr. Furst has expertise in public-private partnerships through his non-profit board affiliations. His combination of business and community-based experience allows him to bridge the gap between developers and community activists that often slows urban revitalization projects. He is a member of Urban Land Institute (ULI), former Director of the Beacon Civic Association, former Chairman of the Beacon Hill Architecture Committee, and Director of the Cambridge Street Community Development Corporation.
Mr. Furst attended Union College earning two degrees. He holds a degree in Economics, writing his thesis on resort development, and a second degree in Visual Arts.