Family owned and operated with deep business roots in the Boston community since the 1960s, we have built lasting relationships that have sustained us with repeat business and referrals from very satisfied customers.
Our experienced agents take an aggressive and persistent approach to representing owners and tenants alike. A culture of performance based on integrity and honest business dealings have propelled us to be regularly ranked among the top metro Boston commercial real estate brokerage firms. In addition to serving local and corporate tenants, property owners and investors throughout Massachusetts, we also represent clients in Southern New Hampshire and Rhode Island. We successfully compete against the national firms that have a local presence.
The Stubblebine Company/CORFAC International was formed in 1987 by the late Robert D. Stubblebine and its current President David Stubblebine. In late 1966, Robert Stubblebine began his real estate career at Whittier Partners in Boston, after receiving a Master in Business Administration from Cornell University. He also co-founded the Real Estate Cooperative in 1978 and during 12 of his 29 years in real estate, he was an equity partner that developed high-tech manufacturing and warehouse properties in Boston and neighboring communities. Robert was a member of The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR).
After graduating from Wheaton College in Illinois in 1986, David co-founded The Stubblebine Company along with the late Robert D. Stubblebine in 1987. In addition to serving as a company principal and director, David specializes in selling and leasing large flex and single-story industrial vacant and investment properties throughout New England primarily in the Suburban Boston market. David has represented numerous large corporations including Coca Cola, Textron Defense Systems, Cincinnati Milacron, Massachusetts School of Law, Compaq Computer, Constar, The Paper Store, Ryerson Steel, American Power Conversion, and Interstate Container.
In 2003, David attained the Commercial Broker Association Platinum Level, the highest ranking level based on aggregate sales and leasing volume. In addition, he received the distinction of being ranked among the Top 20 leasing brokers in 2004 and 2007 based on total aggregate lease transaction volume for those calendar years.
A graduate of Wheaton College, James serves as a company principal and director, and has specialized in user sales and leases of both industrial and R&D properties in Northwest Boston, Metrowest and New Hampshire since 1991. A sampling of the numerous large industrial companies that James has represented includes The Gutierrez Company, Alpha Industries, Hudson RPM, Regency Transportation, Nasoya Foods and Worthen Industries.
James has, on several occasions, attained the Commercial Broker Association Platinum Level, the highest ranking level based on aggregate sales and leasing volume. In addition, he has received the distinction of being ranked among the Top 20 leasing brokers based on total aggregate lease transaction volume.
Micah joined The Stubblebine Company after graduating from Wheaton College in 1995. In addition to serving as a company principal and director, he specializes in industrial and office/R&D sales and leases in the Northwest Suburban and New Hampshire marketplace and has represented a number of large corporations including Tropicana, The Gutierrez Company, Dynamic Research Corporation, Omtool, TruGreen, Larson-Juhl, New England Association of Schools & Colleges and Bureau-Veritas.
In 2004 and 2011, Micah was named among the Top 20 agents in Boston by CoStar Group based on total aggregate industrial lease transaction volume.
Alan is a 1987 graduate of Bentley College and joined The Stubblebine Company after 9 years of marketing, sales and management experience with Metropolitan Life. Alan focuses on sales and leases of industrial properties in the northwest quadrant and central Massachusetts and specializes in both property and tenant representation.
Ellen is a graduate of The University of Pennsylvania with a background in institutional financial research at Greenwich Associates and securities brokerage at Gruntal & Company. Having spent fifteen years in Hong Kong and Singapore, she brings a global perspective to the commercial brokerage industry.
Rob Stave joined The Stubblebine Company in 2014 after careers in corporate training and magazine publishing. He has had a lifelong interest in commercial real estate and comes from a family of real estate investors. Since 2000 Rob has been buying and selling multi-tenanted investment properties for his own account. At The Stubblebine Company, Rob specializes in representing buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants in the sale or lease of single-story industrial, flex and R&D buildings in the greater Boston Area.
Prior to entering commercial real estate, Rob was a consultant and corporate trainer, helping companies with management, leadership, marketing, communications and team building projects. Some of his past clients include Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Mitsubishi International Corporation (a unit of its power division), The Walt Disney Company, Reebok Footwear & Apparel and divisions of the United States Armed Services (Army, Air Force, National Guard). Earlier, for 25 years Rob was the creative director for numerous magazine labels, including Destination Weddings, Caribbean Travel and Life, Motor Boating, Wind Surfing and other lifestyle publications. Originally from New York State (a suburb of NYC), he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communications from Syracuse University. After college Rob lived in Boston for 15 years before moving to Orlando, Florida, where he lived and worked for eight years, yet vowed that he would one day return to Boston.
Anita graduated from Denison University in 1960. She joined The Stubblebine Company as a principal in 1994 after the passing of her late husband, Robert Day Stubblebine. In addition to serving as Chief Financial Officer, Anita serves on the Board of Directors and as Director of Personnel for the company.