Todd Barclay Joins Calare Properties as Vice President

Todd Barclay

Hudson, MA – Calare Properties, a private Massachusetts-based real estate investment firm and operator, announced that Todd Barclay has joined the senior management team as Vice President of Acquisitions and Portfolio Management.

In his new role, Barclay will focus his expertise on analyzing new investment opportunities for the firm, as well as working closely with the team to manage the day-to-day operations of the firm’s extensive commercial real estate portfolio.

Todd Barclay

“We welcome Todd to the Calare team and are confident his extensive industry expertise will further propel our firm’s strategic vision for ongoing success,” said Bill Manley, CEO and CIO of Calare. “The team remains focused on executing our well-defined investment approach to source well-positioned investment opportunities, while adding value for our investors through the effective management of our current assets.”

Barclay brings more than 10 years of private equity real estate investment experience to his role at Calare. Most recently, he served as Vice President of Acquisitions and Asset Management at KS Partners, based in Woburn, MA, where he was responsible for sourcing commercial real estate investments throughout New England, as well as executing and overseeing the asset management process. Prior to this role, he was a Portfolio Manager at New Boston Fund, a real estate investment manager based in Boston, where he was focused on portfolio strategy and asset management.

“I’m thrilled to join Calare and collaborate with a team known as the region’s leading industrial/flex real estate investment firm,” said Barclay. “I look forward to applying my expertise in acquisitions and asset management for the benefit of our investors and the company as a whole.”

Barclay has a BS in finance from the University of Richmond, an MBA from Pepperdine University and a Masters in finance from Boston College. He is also actively involved within the industry with NAIOP, REFA, and ULI.