Becky Bedwell to oversee EchelonSeaport for Cottonwood

Becky Bedwell to oversee EchelonSeaport for Cottonwood

Published at: 2017-11-08 15:27 | Author: CIJ USA
Becky Bedwell has joined Cottonwood Management Group in Boston as Senior Project Manager of its Echelon Seaport project. In her new role, Bedwell will will oversee the interior construction of the three tower, mixed-use development. Prior to joining Cottonwood, Bedwell was Senior Construction Manager at Samuels & Associates and has worked for Colliers International, Menemsha Construction Solutions and Forest City where she managed over 1,400 keys of hospitality renovations in Massachusetts and 280 retail bank conversions across the country. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Tufts University and has completed coursework in Commercial Real Estate and Real Estate Finance at Boston University.

EchelonSeaport is a 1.33 million-square-foot mixed-use development in the heart of the seaport that got underway in June. Once completed, the project will comprise of three residential towers encompassing 887,000 square feet of luxury condominiums and 125,000 square feet of retail. “Becky has shaped and enhanced a number of landmark projects in Boston’s real estate market,” said Alexander Shing, Chairman and CEO of Cottonwood Management Group. “Her experience is invaluable as we premiere our new lifestyle concept at EchelonSeaport, a project that is heightening destination living through unparalleled service and luxury in Boston’s thriving Seaport District.”

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