Kimberly Sherman Stamler is the President of Related Beal, the Boston office of Related Companies, where she is responsible for the overall management of the firm. Ms. Sherman Stamler leads the company in its pursuit of new development and opportunities and in all financing activities across the Boston business units. Related Beal is active in the residential, life science, office, hotel, retail, public realm and mixed-use sectors.
In her previous roles at Related Beal and Related, Ms. Sherman Stamler worked on various transactions across all asset classes, including The Beverly, Boston’s largest affordable and workforce housing development in 25 years, the Quinzani Bakery site acquisition in the South End and the execution and management of several Related Fund Management developments including The Arlington in the Back Bay. Other recent projects in Boston include Lovejoy Wharf, home to residences and the new headquarters for Converse, Inc. atop a restored and activated wharf, the development of Congress Square in downtown Boston which was previously Fidelity’s headquarters, Innovation Square and The Whitney Hotel.
Throughout her career, Ms. Sherman Stamler has been responsible for development in virtually every sector of the real estate industry—acquisitions, financing and development, with oversight on leasing, marketing, operations and sales. Ms. Sherman Stamler joined Related Companies in 1999 and was previously responsible for overseeing Related’s residential operating portfolio including the retail within the portfolio. Ms. Sherman Stamler worked on the expansion of Related into Chicago and was the development executive on The Clarendon and One Back Bay in Boston, beginning her work on that project in 2003. In partnership with The Hudson Companies, Ms. Sherman Stamler has been responsible for the development of five buildings and retail at Riverwalk on Roosevelt Island in New York City, as well as for the evolution of this 19-acre site into a community by adding new park space and local and national retailers.
Ms. Sherman Stamler graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania with a major in Urban Studies. Ms. Sherman Stamler sits on the boards of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, Habitat for Humanity Greater Boston, A Better City, the Boston Municipal Research Bureau and the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. Ms. Sherman Stamler sat on the Nontraditional Employment for Women Real Estate Council and was a member of the Sam Zell and Robert Lurie Real Estate Center at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Previously, she was a PENCIL partner with the New York public schools and a David Rockefeller fellow through the Partnership for New York City.