Tim Mackie is Vice President of Development at Core Investments. He’s been with the growing company a long time, joining in August of 2005.
What do you actually do for Core?
I do a lot of different things for Core, but basically I manage development projects. I’ve managed the Washington Village entitlements, and I manage Core’s part of Washington Village, a joint venture, from an owner’s perspective. I worked on On the Dot, and now I’m basically heading up our environmental portfolio, managing the cleanup of our formerly industrial properties.
What did you do before Core?
I owned my own construction company. We focused on renovations, high-end renovations in the Back Bay, kitchens and bathrooms mostly, and brownstone conversions.
Where did you go to school?
Wentworth Institute of Technology.
And where did you grow up?
I grew up in the Berkshires, in Richmond, Massachusetts, on the New York border.
What do you do to have fun and when you’re not working?
I like to play golf, ride my bike, paddle-board, go to the beach. I like to travel, and I enjoy riding motorcycles.
Where do you live now?
I live in Boston, the South End, on West Newton Street.
What’s a favorite place of yours in the Boston area?
I like Titus Sparrow Park in my neighborhood. And local restaurants, particularly Petit Robert Bistro, on Columbus Avenue.