Gibson Sothebys International Realty is delighted to announce that Lindsay Alison and Lisa May have joined their team as members of their new Cambridge office. Consistently ranked among the leading brokers in the city by both volume and value, Lindsay and Lisa together bring more than 50 years of experience representing sellers and buyers across all sectors of the marketplace. Widely respected by peers and clients alike, they are true leaders in the real estate industry.
We built our careers over the years in the Cambridge marketplace, Ms. Allison notes. The opportunity to help build a new practice with our unique combination of contemporary capabilities and long-term perspective that Gibson Sothebys International Realty presented to us was very compelling. Coupled with the value to our clients of the Sothebys global reach and internationally recognized brand, this felt like an opportunity we just could not pass up.
Gibson Sothebys International Realty has proven to us that they are powerfully focused on the future, adds Ms. May. They are committed to meeting the challenges and opportunities of a rapidly changing residential real estate industry, and they are assembling a fantastic group of agents with the support they need to achieve their goals. We are thrilled to be part of that team.
We continue to bring on some of the areas top producing agents as we grow our business in Cambridge, most recently Lindsay and Lisa, all with their own client bases, skillsets, language advantages and cultural backgrounds. As we move forward in this ever changing world, it is this which differentiates us as a firm and has made it increasingly attractive for others to be a member of our team, noted Larry Rideout, Gibson Sothebys International Realty CEO. The quality of agents that choose to join our collaborative team never ceases to amaze both myself and my partner, Paul McGann.
Lindsay Allison, a 35 year veteran of the real estate industry, lives on Mt. Auburn Street in Cambridge with her husband Blake, a principal in the architecture firm of Dingman Allison Architects. She has two grown children: her daughter Morgan, Vice President of Philanthropy at New England Baptist Hospital in Boston and the mother of two boys, Dylan and Jack; and her son Sam, a world traveler, photographer and artist. An avid gardener, Lindsay is a long-time volunteer at the Trustees of Reservations extraordinary Mytoi Gardens, near her summer home on Chappaquidick. Lindsay is fluent in Italian and travels annually to her beloved Florence.
Lisa May has been practicing real estate for 14 years and lives in Belmont with her sons Christopher and Sam and her husband Tevere MacFadyen, a principal in the nationally recognized museum and exhibit design firm Main Street Design. Sam is a 6th grader at the Chenery Middle School in Belmont while Chris is a freshman at the University of Richmond. Lisa and Tevere spend their free time in their other home in Small Point, in mid-coast Maine. She serves on the board of Hearth Shares, an exciting new initiative dedicated to fighting homelessness through the restaurant industry in greater Boston.
About Gibson Sothebys International Realty: Gibson Sothebys International Realty is Bostons largest independent real estate company. Founded in 1962 by Betty Gibson in Bostons South End, the firm has several offices in the Downtown, Cambridge and Greater Boston area. The international network of more than 800 offices in 60 countries and territories, and the relationship with Sothebys auction house, as well as comprehensive online and print advertising in high profile venues, provides remarkable exposure for each home. The success led to Gibson Sothebys International Realty being the top-ranked Boston-based firm in the state for 2014 (source: MLS).