June 04, 2020
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The Boulos Company names new partner

Community Author: Philbrook Co.
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The Boulos Company | Contributed
The Boulos Company | Contributed
Nate Stevens

PORTLAND, Maine, and PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire — The Boulos Company, Northern New England’s largest commercial real estate firm serving owners, investors, and tenants throughout Maine and New Hampshire, announced Monday that broker Nate Stevens has been promoted to partner.

“Nate is a well-respected broker with extensive experience working with local and national developers, investors, companies, and nonprofits,” said the firm’s Managing Director, Drew Sigfridson. “He has consistently delivered results for our clients over the past 12 years. Nate’s passion for his work combined with his expansive knowledge of the business make him a valuable asset to the firm.”

Stevens joined Boulos in 2007 after working with CBRE in Tucson, Arizona. He has worked in all areas of commercial real estate including office, retail, industrial, development and investment properties. He is a regular speaker at the annual Maine Real Estate & Development Association conference, where he presents on the status and future of the southern Maine office market. He also contributes articles to local publications on all aspects of the commercial real estate industry.

“This is a great opportunity,” said Stevens. “I look forward to contributing to the firm’s strategic direction.”

Stevens is a Portland native and the great-grandson of famed regional architect John Calvin Stevens. An inherited interest in built spaces led Stevens to the University of Arizona, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in regional development. He continues his legacy by participating in the preservation and development of Portland through his work at The Boulos Company and numerous local organizations.

He lives in the Deering Center neighborhood of Portland with his wife, Jane, and son, Carter. They enjoy spending summers on Little Diamond Island in Casco Bay.