Donald J. Chiofaro founded The Chiofaro Company in 1980. Since its founding, the Company has consistently delivered highly successful and distinctive properties, both in major metropolitan areas and in the suburban marketplace.

The Company's flagship development is International Place, a 1.8 million square foot multi-tenant office and retail complex situated along the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway, at the gateway to Boston's historic Financial District and emergent Seaport Innovation District. International Place stands as Boston's largest office complex and has maintained its position as the city's premier property since opening in 1987. Other projects have included: Westborough Technology Park, a 600,000 square foot suburban office park; Nashoba Corporate Center, a 100-acre Office/R&D center in Westford, Massachusetts. New England Biolabs, a 160,000 square foot laboratory and office facility; and many corporate build-to-suits for companies such as Lucent Technologies, General Electric, Bytex Corporation and Proteon Corporation.

Before starting his own firm, Mr. Chiofaro was Senior Vice President of Boston development company, Cabot, Cabot & Forbes, where he directed the National Division. Mr. Chiofaro is a native of Belmont, Massachusetts. He graduated from Harvard University in 1968 and from Harvard Business School in 1972.

Mr. Chiofaro is active in civic affairs in the Boston area and is deeply engaged in the affairs of his alma mater. Mr. Chiofaro serves on the advisory boards for Harvard College, Harvard Business School, and Harvard Varsity Club. He also served as a member of the board of the Ocean Genome Legacy and currently holds a seat on the Board of Directors of the Boston Municipal Research Bureau. In addition, Mr. Chiofaro has had a long-term interest and commitment to boys' and girls' youth sports. He is a founder of the Boston Police Athletic League, an organization of volunteer police officers who develop relationships with inner-city youths through recreational programs. He has coached youth hockey, baseball, basketball and rugby in the past.