Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 18, 2014
Building Engines, a provider of comprehensive web and mobile property management software for the commercial real estate industry, proudly announces the addition of Frank Apeseche to its Board of Directors. Mr. Apeseche has nearly three decades of experience creating, building and managing real estate businesses. He is currently on the faculty at Harvard and Tufts Universities and is the Director of Harvard’s Real Estate Academic Initiative.
"We are excited to add Frank to our talented Board," said David Osborn, Building Engines CEO and Board Chair. "He brings a long history of real estate success and brings an additional ownership perspective to our leadership team that will help to shape our business model and our product roadmap well into the future."
Mr. Apeseche, who is also Chairman of Amstar Advisers (a $3 billion global real estate/private equity investment firm) and a member/investor of Launchpad Venture Group (one of the largest Angel Investment firms in the United States), joins current Board Members Tim Curran, CEO, Sample6, and Andrew Ashforth, Co-CEO, The Ashforth Company, along with advisors Scott Randall, Partner, Andover Capital Partners, and Hambleton Lord, Managing Director, LaunchPad Venture Group.
Previously Mr. Apeseche was the CEO of The Berkshire Group, the parent company of several public and private subsidiary real estate enterprises. During his 26 years at Berkshire, he completed the IPO of two multi-family REITS and two real estate healthcare corporations; helped launch multiple private firms in the mortgage finance, hospitality, long term care, and multi-housing industries; and sponsored fourteen discretionary real estate funds with over $7 billion of capitalization.
About Building Engines
Building Engines supports innovative commercial real estate owners and managers with web and mobile property management software that creates the visibility and control needed for more profitable operations, happier tenants and a uniquely identifiable brand. For more information, visit: http://www.buildingengines.com/.