The Boulos Beat podcast explores the Maine commercial real estate world through in-depth interviews with its movers and shakers. Hosted by Greg Boulos and guest hosts, this is a must-listen for anyone interested in this industry.
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Episode 8 – Vin Veroneau
In this episode, Greg talks with Vin Veroneau, President and CEO of JB Brown & Sons, a company with an incredible local legacy. Vin discusses both the history of the company’s developments as well as recent projects. Listen to hear whether Vin thinks Portland will survive a national economic downturn in the near future.
Episode 7 – Ford Reiche
In this episode, Greg sits down with Ford Reiche, co-founder of Safe Handling, Inc. Since selling Safe Handling, Ford has pursued historic preservation projects, including ownership and restoration of five buildings on the National Registry of Historic Places. He has received many awards for his leadership and in 2009 was named Mainebiz’s Large Business Leader of the Year.
Ford’s preservation of the Halfway Rock Lighthouse was featured on the DIY Network and can be viewed by clicking here.
Episode 6 – Peter Anastos
In this episode, Greg sits down with Peter Anastos, a prolific developer who has shaped both the residential and commercial real estate landscape in Maine. Peter and his businesses have been recognized numerous times both locally and nationally for their business and charitable contributions, including the Maine Business Hall of Fame and the 2013 Award for Extraordinary Contributions to Affordable Housing.
Episode 5 – Joe Boulos
This episode, Greg chats with his brother Joe Boulos. Joe is the owner of Boulos Asset Management which manages over 4,000,000 square feet of real estate mostly in the state of Maine. He is also the founder of The Boulos Company, Northern New England’s largest commercial real estate firm. Over his career, Joe has developed and built more than 2,500,000 sf of commercial property, mostly in the Greater Portland area.