Jay Nuss is the Principal of the firm. He has over 35 years of experience in all facets of commercial real estate brokerage with special emphasis on the selling and leasing of office, industrial, and mixed-use properties in the Greater Boston Area.
He provides support services associated with Massachusetts 21E environmental due diligence in coordination with other professionals such as architects, attorneys, bankers, builders, and engineers. He has extensive support experience with the highest and best use analysis and valuation issues, as well as the various phases of permitting a project through completion and occupancy.
When not helping clients find their ideal commercial space, Jay is actively involved in many organizations including the Knights of Columbus where he is the immediate past Grand Knight, and also serves on the Board of Directors of Worthy Village and In Control, a non-profit organization which offers the nation’s first state-certified crash prevention training program to drivers of all ages. He is also a past chair of the Business Council, past president of the Braintree Rotary Club, and a former member of the Braintree Zoning Board of Appeals. Just recently, Jay completed helping to spearhead the effort to build the South Shore’s first non-profit hospice home through the Campus of Caring organization where he served on the executive committee of the Board of Directors. The home has now officially opened in Hingham, MA. He had been the Vice Chairman of the Work, Inc. Board of Directors for many years and has been a commercial real estate advisor to many other area non-profit organizations. In addition, he has been involved in establishing Advisory Boards for area small businesses.
Jay holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Northeastern University where he graduated summa cum laude and is a member of the school’s graduate honor society. He is also a graduate of the Realtors Institute and has earned the Certified Real Estate Broker Manager (CRB) designation. Jay continually updates his real estate knowledge and has completed commercial real estate courses at MIT, Harvard University, Boston University, and Northeastern University. He is a former Massachusetts Certified General Appraiser. Married and the father of two, Jay has been active in various youth community service projects and sports programs over the years.