Real Estate

No other sector is so closely tied to the needs of people and our economy like real estate development.  No wonder VHB relishes the opportunity to partner with leading developers, corporations, architects, and investors to bring their vision to life—creating great spaces and great places that maximize the long-term value of their infrastructure investment.  

What you’ll find is we thrive when land use, transportation, infrastructure, and the natural environment intersect. This is where the VHB innovation and technical excellence ascends—​assessing how best to get the development built within the local context of zoning, regulatory approvals, and budgetary objectives. ​

Whether your project involves new development, redevelopment, land acquisition, permitting compliance, or traffic and parking improvements, we are uniquely positioned to support you. Get a feel of our range of experience and see for yourself how we’ve shaped communities along the East Coast and in your hometown. ​ Contacts/DispForm.aspx?ID=29Stephen W. Thomas, AICPSenior Vice President, Real




AvalonBay Communities
Capital One Financial Services, Inc.
Federal Realty Investment Trust
General Growth Properties, Inc.
Lower Manhattan Development Corporation
National Development
Samuels & Associates, Inc.
Simon Property Group
Sterling Equities and Related Companies



630VHB Contributes to Bustling Arsenal Street Corridor with Completion of Marriott Residence Inn, Watertown
596Peter Byrne Awarded 2016 Real Estate Marketplace Leader Award
545VHB and Life Time Celebrate Opening of Life Time Athletic Boston MetroWest
451David Woodward Joins VHB’s Land Development Services TeamWoodward will help expand land development services throughout New England.
449VHB Helps Stop & Shop Navigate Permitting Process and Open Green Energy Facility at its Freetown, MA Distribution Center
437Boston Properties Celebrates Groundbreaking for 88 Ames Street in Kendall Square
410VHB’s New York City Team Continues to GrowWilson Ribadeneira, Joe Romeo, and Jay Prouty Bolster the NYC Team
402Ink Block Development: Transforming a South End Industrial Building into a Vibrant, Mixed Use Community
377Van Ness – Transforming Fenway into an Urban VillageVHB Addresses Complex Engineering Challenges to Keep Project Moving Forward