Paul M. Crowley

Deputy Commissioner of Real Estate

Paul M. Crowley joined the Division of Capital Asset Management (DCAMM) as Deputy Commissioner of Real Estate on August 8, 2019. He came to this position with more than 30 years of experience in both private and non-profit sector; responsible for investment performance, asset management, corporate use and medical delivery space.

Prior to joining DCAMM, Paul was Vice President and Senior Managing Director for John Hancock US Asset Management. He was responsible for the US portfolio consisting of 25 million square feet of first-class office, industrial and residential properties for John Hancock/Manulife Financial and third-party clients with a market value in excess of $8.0 billion. Paul worked closely with portfolio managers to develop and support strategic planning processes and execute capital, leasing and operational goals.

Crowley’s non-profit experience includes seven years as the Real Estate Director for Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, where he represented Harvard Pilgrim in the development of their headquarter building in Wellesley, Massachusetts.

Paul began his real estate career with Spaulding & Slye (now Jones Lang LaSalle) and served as their Assistant Regional Director of Property Management, New England Division.

Paul has served on several boards including; Babson College Real Estate Advisory Board, Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay, the Back Bay Association, and A Better City (“ABC”).

Mr. Crowley received his B.S. and M.B.A. from Babson College.

Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance  

DCAMM is responsible for capital planning, public building construction, facilities management, and real estate services for the Commonwealth.