President & CEO
Michael A. Feldman is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Feldman, the leading professional land surveying firm in Massachusetts, and owner of 152 Hampden Street which is a 21,000 SF mixed-use building featuring office and brewery space.
He was his own owner’s rep for the due diligence, acquisition, design, and adaptive re-use of 152 Hampden Street which is a brick and beam, former factory building built-in 1856. In addition, he marketed the tenant space and managed the leasing activities that have landed two different Breweries and Tap Rooms in the first-floor space.
Michael oversees the overall direction of the surveying firm and manages the financial and marketing activities. Previously run by his father and grandfather, Feldman continues to add to its successes through Michael’s insistence on superb client service and the use of cutting edge technologies.
Under Michael’s leadership, Feldman has been recognized in several Boston Business Journal lists, including “Pacesetters,” “Fastest Growing Companies” and as one of the region’s largest family businesses. His dedication to investing in new technologies has earned the business a reputation as the go-to firm for emerging practices such as 3D laser scanning and BIM. And the company’s success with this emerging market has attracted positive media attention from The Boston Globe, New York Times, Associated Press, CBS Evening News, NECN, as well as the Discovery Channel.
Michael is a humble but noteworthy philanthropist. He supports many local charities and non-profits including Friends of Boston’s Homeless, Victim Rights Law Center, Dana-Farber, American Heart Association, Multiple Sclerosis, Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, as well as many others. In 2021, Michael was appointed by Mayor Walsh’s office to be on the Advisory Committee of PLAN Newmarket, The 21st Century Economy Initiative, which is the effort to start the process of new zoning for the Newmarket area south of Mass Ave. He is a current Board Member of Historic Boston, Inc. and was also on the Board of Overseers of the Newton-Wellesley Hospital as well as the School Council at the Mason Rice Elementary School in Newton.
In an effort to document and give back to the rich history of the City of Boston, Michael founded “Scanning Historic Boston.” For this unique charitable program, his firm performs 3D Laser Scanning of three historically significant buildings each year on a pro-bono basis. The results are breathtaking 3D, digital archives of Boston’s historic architectural treasures.
Michael is a graduate of George Washington University in Washington, D.C. with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration.
An avid music enthusiast and percussionist, Michael studied Latin percussion with teachers at the Berklee College of Music and in Trinidad, Cuba, and he’s played with various musical groups in the U.S. and abroad.