Tremont Realty Capital was formed in 2000 when a group of senior executives left a $14 billion international finance company to set up an independent real estate investment advisory firm. Most executives have 15-25 years experience in the real estate capital markets industry. Headquartered in Boston, Tremont Realty Capital maintains regional offices in Hartford, New York, Annapolis, Chicago and Newport Beach.
Tremont Realty Capital takes its name from the ancient reference to its headquarters' city, Boston, Massachusetts. Boston was originally called “Trimountain” given its location beside three hills on the mouth of the Charles River. Two of the three hills, Mt. Vernon and Pemberton were leveled in the early 1800s to help fill in Boston’s Back Bay. The only remaining hill is Beacon Hill; site of the Charles Bulfinch designed State House. The Tremont name is also memorialized today in Tremont Street, which runs along the Boston Common in front of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel.