Welcome to Saint James Real Estate Advisors, LLC

Saint James Real Estate Advisors, LLC provides a full range of services to assist business, organization and property owners and investors in finding solutions to their real estate goals and objectives. With over 20 years of trusted industry expertise, we specialize in representing Tenants, Landlords, Buyers and Sellers in navigating the Office, Retail, Warehouse, Industrial and Flex space sectors. Our strategic approach delivers excellence in every detail to ensure our clients have the necessary tools to make the very best real estate decisions.

Vinfen to move Brookline Arts Program to Roslindale

June, 2016; Vinfen has signed a long term lease to occupy 746 South Street, Roslindale, the former Roslindale theatre building, and plans to move its Art-based rehabilitation program from Brookline.

Saint James RE completes 3 nonprofit lease renewals

The Women's Institute for Housing & Economic Development (WIHED), Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corp. (MACDC), and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) renewed long term leases in Boston's commercial business districts

Lisa DonFrancesco appointed to Tufts Medical Center Board of Governors

Banker & Tradesman selects Lisa DonFrancesco as a recipient of its Women of Fire

Lisa DonFrancesco recipient of Banker & Tradesman's 2014 Women of Fire Award

Saint James Completes Leasing of Office Space at 41 Warren St., Roxbury.

June, 2016; Golden Krust Restaurant has signed a lease to open its newest location in Historic Dudley Square, following the recent move into the area of the Boston School Committee

Saint James RE Celebrates its 12 Year Anniversary!!

Established in 2004 to primarily serve one of Boston's largest landlords, Saint James RE expanded its services and reach to become one of Boston's premier brokerage service providers

Vinfen to move Brookline Arts Program to Roslindale

June, 2016; Vinfen has signed a long term lease to occupy 746 South Street, Roslindale, the former Roslindale theatre building, and plans to move its Art-based rehabilitation program from Brookline.