BOSTON— The Boston-based real estate advisory and investment firm Senné announced its partnership with real estate development company Savage Properties.
Senné has been named the property management company for Savage’s newly renovated apartments in the Mission Hill, Longwood Medical, Somerville and Medford neighborhoods.
Based in Boston, Savage Properties is a real estate development company led by husband and wife team Jason and Melanie Savage. The company launched in 2000 and has since built a large portfolio of primarily residential apartment properties concentrated in the Mission Hill and the Longwood Medical areas, with recent expansion into Somerville and Medford. The team specializes in the development and repositioning of vacant or underutilized properties, aiming to revitalize and transform them into premium rentals and homes for Bostonians. While working to restore and reintroduce these properties to the area, Savage also remains committed to the architectural preservation and recognition of the buildings, their history and the surrounding community.
Senné will work with Savage on properties that offer an ideal mix of sophistication, high-end quality living, and proximity to the neighborhood’s hospitals, universities, restaurants, shops and public transportation. Featuring the highest amenities available, the renovated residential units provide an oasis within the thriving communities.
“Partnering with Savage Properties allows us to provide exceptional property management services to a larger community,” says William Senné, President and CEO of Senné. “We are eager to work alongside a team who shares our commitment to providing high quality service and a passion for supporting Greater Boston.”
“We are excited to have Senné manage our portfolio of properties – this new relationship is a great fit,” says Jason Savage, Owner of Savage Properties. “Both of our companies are growing rapidly as a result of a strong work ethic and willingness to adapt and evolve with the changing times. We look forward to the shared future of both companies.”