“Serving Metrowest for Over a Century”
The Gordon family has been an integral part of the Metrowest business community since 1891. Today, Gordon Real Estate in Framingham, Massachusetts operates a robust commercial leasing and sales office, while owning and managing several highly desirable commercial real estate properties in Framingham Centre directly across from Framingham State University..
Jim Gordon, President
Jim Gordon is President of Gordon Real Estate. He has over two decades of experience and expertise working in the commercial real estate arena in the Framingham, Natick and Ashland area. Jim’s newspaper columns on the Metrowest real estate scene appear regularly in The Metrowest Daily News and on Framingham.com. Jim is actively involved in many civic and charitable organizations, including serving as the chairman of the Framingham Board of Health, the local board of the American Cancer Society, and more. In April of 2003, he was honored by Jewish Family Service of Metrowest for his longtime involvement with and unique contributions to the organization.
Peter Gordon, Vice President
Peter Gordon joined Gordon Real Estate in 2009 and specializes in the sales and leasing of commercial real estate as well as property management. Peter has recently played an integral role in the sales of office, medical and industrial properties as well as many leasing deals across Metrowest and Waltham.
Jon Gordon, Associate
Jon Gordon joined Gordon Real Estate in 2014 and assists in the company’s commercial sales and leasing brokerage business, as well as playing a managerial role in property management. Jon has successfully completed office and retail deals in Framingham, Ashland and elsewhere in Metrowest. He is a graduate of Framingham State University. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jay Gordon, Chairman
Jay Gordon is Chairman of Gordon Real Estate. Mr. Gordon has managed the Gordon family retail and real estate holdings and services for nearly 50 years. Actively involved in the Metrowest and statewide community, he served as president of the Massachusetts Association of Finance Committees, chairman of Framingham’s Personnel Board, president of Temple Beth Sholom, and many other civic, governmental and charitable endeavors.