CRE Vet Farnum Joins Hunneman Team; Adds Depth to Downtown Brokerage GroupApril 30, 2019
BOSTON–Hunneman recently added real estate veteran, Peter Farnum to its brokerage team as Executive Vice President and Principal. Farnum joins Hunneman with over thirty years of commercial real estate experience with a focus in Boston’s Back Bay and Financial District areas.
Prior to joining Hunneman, Farnum was an Executive Managing Director at Cushman & Wakefield and an Executive Vice President/Principal with the Trammell Crow Company. Additionally, Farnum was a founding partner of FHO Partners, which was acquired by Cassidy Turley and subsequently DTZ.
“We are excited to have Peter join our downtown brokerage team,” said Peter W. Evans, Executive Vice President & Managing Partner. “Peter’s seasoned commercial real estate career and proven track record make him a great addition to our broader advisory team and specifically our urban leasing group.”
Throughout Farnum’s seasoned career, he has had experience with national and international representation of companies such as AARP, Bank of America, Wachovia, KeyBank, Outstart, Choate Hall & Stewart and Applied Insurance Research. Some of Farnum’s recent notable deals include the Greater Boston Real Estate Board renewal at 1 Center Plaza, Anchor Capital’s relocation to 2 International Place, and Winn Companies’ relocation to One Washington.
“Joining Hunneman provides me with the opportunity to work with an outstanding group of veteran brokers and a hands-on leadership team,” said Farnum. “I am excited to contributing both my experience in developing new business and servicing existing clients, as well as mentoring some of the greener members of the brokerage team.”
Farnum has a B.A. in Political Science and Government from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a certificate from Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Real Estate Continuing Education. Additionally, Peter is a past president of the Commercial Brokers Association and an active member of the alumnae associations for University Massachusetts Amherst and Proctor Academy.Peter Evans Peter Farnum