The Noannet Group Names Sujit Sitole as Managing Director of Investments

Sujit Sitole

BOSTON – The Noannet Group, developer of mixed-use properties in the Greater Boston area, has named Sujit Sitole as Managing Director of Investments.

Sitole has worked in acquisitions, asset management and project management across a wide range of property types and markets in more than a decade in the real estate investment and development industry.

“Sujit has been working for us as a consultant and has done outstanding work in all areas,” said Jordan Warshaw, President of the six-year-old development company. “He has become a good friend, and we are delighted and proud to have him as a member of our talented development team.”

Sitole, a lifelong Boston resident, began his career at Fidelity Investments in accounting and financial operations management. After attending business school, he joined Fidelity’s Real Estate Group, working in acquisitions when the group became Long Wharf Capital.

Sujit Sitole

Sitole was Director of Investments at Long Wharf, managing the acquisition, financing, leasing and sale of value-add investments in multiple property types and markets. He founded Cambridge West Partners in 2014 and will continue as Principal at Cambridge West, in addition to his role with The Noannet Group.

Sitole earned his MBA from the University of California/Berkeley and a bachelor’s degree in Finance from Rutgers University. He lives with his family in Weston, MA. In his spare time, Sitole enjoys being with friends and in the mountains, bike-riding, skiing, hiking, or just enjoying the view.

The Noannet Group was founded in 2011 with the mission of developing architecturally distinctive mixed-use, residential, and commercial buildings that enhance the communities in which they are located.

Warshaw is a 25-year real estate industry veteran, having previously worked at The Druker Company and The Davis Companies. He founded The Noannet Group in 2011. David Lewis is Senior Vice President for Construction. Offices are at 40 Trinity Place in Boston.