Lecturer in Real Estate
Kathleen MacNeil is a principal at MP Boston, the local arm of the internationally recognized developer of luxury mixed-use properties, Millennium Partners. Kathy’s work has involved leading construction and design implementation for several complex urban projects in Boston, including the forthcoming Winthrop Center. Winthrop Center is a $1.3 billion mixed-use project in the heart of Boston that is projected to be the largest Passive House office building in the world.
Kathy’s deep-rooted expertise also served as the driving force behind the 2016 development of Millennium Tower Boston. She has worked on several other commercial, hotel and residential projects spanning the last 20 years.
Kathy holds a Massachusetts Construction Supervisor’s License and is a LEED Accredited Professional. She received a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from MIT Center for Real Estate and holds a bachelor’s degree from Wentworth in Architectural Engineering. She serves on the Advisory Board for Historic Boston, Inc., a local preservation organization, as well as the board of directors for Friends of Post Office Square. Kathy’s passion for diversity and inclusion led her to the Community Mentoring Team where she is now a board member. Kathy is also a Trustee at Wentworth Institute, and teaches there, as well.