Rickie Golden Joins The Davis Companies as Vice President of Development

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Rickie Golden

BOSTON — The Davis Companies announced that it has hired Rickie Golden as Vice President of Development. In this position, Rickie will focus on permitting efforts for several Boston development projects.

Rickie, who has over 10 years of experience in pre-development work, permitting, zoning and development, had previously been the President of JECSP, a spin-off company of Corcoran Jennison Companies, where she created/sourced three potential off-market, complex, large-scale projects in Boston, totaling $3 billion and 230 acres. Prior to Corcoran, Golden worked for Continental Ventures Realty in New York and for The Museum of Modern Art in New York.

“Rickie’s experience in a diverse range of asset types, as well as in master planning, strategic concepts, negotiations and pre-development work makes her a perfect fit for The Davis Companies as we continue to grow our development portfolio,” said Brian Fallon, President of The Davis Companies Development Group. “We are pleased to welcome Rickie to our development team.”

At The Davis Companies, Rickie will be working with Mr. Fallon on the planning and permitting of both 1515 Commonwealth Avenue and the Skating Club site in Allston, among other assignments.

Rickie holds a Master in Design Studies, Real Estate Development from Harvard University Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Arts in the History of Art from the University of Pennsylvania.

“I am thrilled to join the development team at The Davis Companies, which has earned a reputation not only for integrity, creativity and excellence, but also for developing and managing marquee real estate projects across the northeast in the United States,” said Rickie.

Rickie is a member of the Alumni Council of the Graduate School of Design at Harvard, a member of the Board of Trustees for the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) Foundation and the Vice-Chair of the Urban Land Institute Responsible Property Investment Council.