As Managing Partner, Tony Green is responsible for the award-winning, master-planned community The Pinehills in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
The Pinehills masterplan focuses development on 960 of the site’s 3200 acres (which is larger than the town of Belmont). The planning process preserves two acres of open space for every buildable acre, yielding 3,065 homes and 1.3 million sq ft of mixed use commercial space. The Pinehills has built the town’s sixth village center and added over $1,000,000,000 to Plymouth’s tax base now contributing over $12,000,000 annually to the town’s bottom line net after expenses.
Pinehills zoning concentrates building on the best land at 10 times underlying density while preserved open space provides privacy and view. Ten different homebuilders offer a range of home choices from townhomes and condominiums to cottages and custom, from $350,000 to over $2,000,000. Mirbeau Inn & Spa opened summer 2014 at the head of the Village Green. The Pinehills was the site for the HGTV 2010 Green Home. Also in 2010, Pinehills won a record 12 awards from NAHB including "Home of the Year" and "Best Home in the Northeast." The Pinehills has also been recognized as Best Mixed Use Community in the nation by Builder Magazine in 2006, by the Environmental Business Council for Innovation and by NAHB as Best Smart Growth Community in 2005. Today over 1,950 families and 500,000 sq ft of commercial (from bank, post office, independent grocery store and several restaurants to the new inn), as well as miles of trails, trees and open space, all call The Pinehills home.
Prior to The Pinehills, Green spent 17 years at The Green Company. During that period The Green Company was honored with more Builder's Choice Awards than any builder in the country.
Green graduated from Harvard College and also received a Master's in Planning from Harvard. He is on the Board of the Harvard Real Estate Academic Initiative, and past chairman of the Neighborhood Development Council at ULI, and former Executive Committee member at the National Association of Homebuilders. He has lectured at MIT, Harvard, Tufts, Duke and the EPA. He recently served on the state committee addressing forest conservation within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.