Jonathan P. Dutch
Jonathan’s prized accomplishment is getting to be the loving father to Ruby and Esti, and doting husband to Emily.
As the owner and founding member of Boston Urban, Jonathan has spent the last two decades planning, designing, merchandising and executing strategies to create or supercharge, one-of-a-kind, active city neighborhoods such as; Newbury Street in Boston’s famed Back Bay, the Fenway, the Fort Point Channel and Hood Park in Charlestown. Jonathan and his team have facilitated downtown real estate transactions in excess of $3 billion in the aggregate and the firm’s customers have realized increases in the capital value of their assets by up to 203% as a result.
In addition to his unwavering passion for building vibrant urban streets, Jonathan is always excited to share his love of backcountry skiing, mountain biking, food, music, and travel with his family and friends. Originally from Syracuse, NY, Jonathan graduated from the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University. He and his family live in Cambridge, MA and Stowe VT, are actively involved in Jewish communities in both as well as a number of philanthropic ventures throughout the greater Boston area, including Horizons for Homeless Children, The Food Project, and No Kid Hungry.