Robert Epstein

Robert Epstein is a Managing Partner of the Boston Celtics and represents The Abbey Group on the Celtics Managing Board and Executive Committee. He is a principal at The Abbey Group, a Boston-based real estate management and development company, with his partner and Celtics co-investor David Epstein. The Abbey Group is known in Boston as the developer and owners of many successful real estate properties, including the notable 1.5 million square foot Landmark Center mixed-use development that anchors a prime area between Fenway Park and the Longwood Medical area in Boston, Lafayette Corporate Center, a newly re-developed 650,000 square foot office center in Boston's Downtown Crossing and 45 Province, a 32-story condominium tower, located at the intersection of Beacon Hill and Government Center.

Robert Epstein is currently a partner and Chief Executive Officer of The Abbey Group, overseeing all aspects of the group's operations. His reputation as a knowledgeable and innovative developer led to his appointment to several key advisory committees, including the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority and the Strategic Initiatives Committee of the Massachusetts Industrial Finance Agency, and also serves as a Trustee of Bard College.

The partners of The Abbey Group, Robert and David, individually and corporately, support many of Boston's cultural institutions and serve on several boards including Citi Performing Arts Center, the Huntington Theatre Company, Horizons for Homeless Children, The Rose Art Museum and The Anti-Defamation League.