Harold Brown


After serving in both World War II and the Korean Conflict, Harold Brown converted his MIT degree in Engineering into a senior officer position at Walworth Value Co. of NY, managing annual sales of $170 million. Thereafter, Mr. Brown returned to his hometown of Boston, where he acquired his first six-unit apartment building in 1954.

Recognizing the long-term stability of the residential real estate industry, Harold Brown leveraged his contractor and brokerage licenses and began to during acquire and develop over 10,000 residential units during his 50 plus-year real estate career. Today, as Chairman and sole stockholder of The Hamilton Company, Inc., Mr. Brown works with seven senior officers and 170 full-time Property Managers, brokers, accountants, architectural, maintenance and legal staff supporting the day-to-day activities of over 4,100 apartment units and 2,500,000 SF of commercial real estate.

Harold Brown established the Hamilton Charitable Corporation in 1985. Hamilton Charitable was formed to encourage the growth, education and rejuvenation of community based private and public institutions. The Corporation contributes ½ million annually to medical research, educational scholarships, area community groups, local and private projects as well as arts organizations. Recipients of funds include Massachusetts General Hospital, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, West End House, Allston Main Streets and the Coolidge Corner Theatre Foundation.

Ina addition to Harold Brown's personal accomplishments, he has also successfully restructured New England Realty Associates (NERA), the only Massachusetts Limited Partnership actively traded on The American Stock Exchange (AMEX©). Prior to taking on the responsibility of managing general partner in the mid 1970's, this company was insolvent. Today it enjoys close to a 25 year history of dividend payments and profitablity.

Stephen Weinig


After graduating from Ohio Wesleyan University with a BA in Economics, Steve Weinig started his career with a Wellesley, MA based real estate development and construction firm. He joined The Hamilton Company in 1988 and has been director of its Construction and Architecture departent since 1995. In this capacity, Steve is responsible for all residential and commercial construction, environmental testing and remediation, and architectural services for our properties.

In 2002 Steve was appointed President of Hamilton Construction Management Corporation. Since the formation of this separate construction company, Hamilton Construction Management Corporation has experienced steady growth, completing many commercial and residential projects including retail and office fit-up, major historical restorations and renovations, as well as new commercial and luxury residential building projects. Construction volume averages over $25,000,000 annually.

ANDREW BLOCH - Chief Financial Officer

Andrew Bloch started his career with The Hamilton Company in 1986, where he began as an Assistant Property Manage. During his tenure with the company, he has developed a solid command of real estate management, finance and accounting. Andrew is responsible for all financial management and reporting for The Hamilton Company. Additional responsibilities include cash management, financial modeling for property acquisitions and disposition, mortgage underwriting and property due diligence. Andrew came to The Hamilton Company with a BA, Major in Economics, from Hobart College and an MBA, Concentration in Finance, from Bentley College.