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Boston Life Sciences State of the Market


May 19, 2020 11:00 AM

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Duncan Gilkey
SVP Asset Management & Director of Leasing, The Davis Companies
As SVP, Leasing and Asset Management, Duncan is responsible for developing and implementing leasing and asset management strategies for the firm. Duncan has 18+ years of experience in the management, marketing and leasing of commercial real estate. Prior to assuming his current position as SVP with TDC in 1999, Duncan was Vice President and General Manager of Merchandise Mart Properties, a division of Vornado Realty Trust, responsible for their newly-acquired asset, the Boston Design Center. Prior to the acquisition by Vornado, he was President of the Boston Design Center for a TDC-affiliated company. Formerly, Duncan was President of the Washington Design Center, VP of Sales & Marketing for furniture manufacturer Doxey Furniture in North Carolina and previously Assistant Treasurer for Bankers Trust Company in New York City. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Washington College, Maryland Mr. Gilkey is a member of NAIOP and in 2014 was appointed to the National Marketing & Leasing Forum.
Alex Main
Project Executive, Wise Construction
Yanni Tsipis
SVP, Seaport - WS Development
Yanni Tsipis is Senior Vice President - Seaport at WS Development in Boston and oversees the company's Seaport project, a 7.7 million square foot mixed-use development currently underway in Boston's Seaport District. Prior to his tenure at WS, Yanni spent nearly 15 years at Colliers International after completing undergraduate and graduate studies at MIT in civil engineering and planning. At Colliers, Yanni focused his work on managing large-scale urban development and historic rehabilitation projects. His project experience at Colliers included multiple commercial, multifamily residential, hotel, and other project types, and spanned over $2 billion of development projects, all in the City of Boston. Yanni lives in Westwood and has written four books about the history of the city's transportation infrastructure. He serves on numerous non-profit boards and is a past member of the Boston Landmarks Commission.