President, The Congress Group
Dean Stratouly earned a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and a master’s in business management from Central Michigan State University.
Past Work Experience:
Prior to forming The Congress Group in 1980, Stratouly was vice president of operations at Write Pierce Architects/Engineers, a company that specialized in providing consulting services to a broad market including the real estate industry, and was responsible for the marketing, production and financial performance of the company. Prior to Write Pierce, Stratouly held a variety of positions at Babcock and Wilcox, an internationally known engineering and construction firm, including regional sales manager for its Diamond Power division.
Kallisto Ocean Drive- located at the southern end of Miami Beach, Kallisto is in a quiet neighborhood within South Beach. This high-end condominium features privacy in an upscale environment with only 10 residences. The floor plans include eight single-floor residences and two duplex penthouses. The sunset deck features an infinity pool, spa, bar and lounge area. Construction is scheduled to commence in the fourth quarter of 2008 with completion in the fourth quarter of 2010.
Recently Completed Projects:
Over the course of three decades, Stratouly established The Congress Group as one of Boston’s most respected real estate companies with over 6.5 million square feet of historic rehabs, commercial space, hotels and residential projects that include 33 Arch Street, which also serves as its headquarters. Stratouly’s more notable projects include Museum Towers, Embassy Suites Hotel, One Memorial Drive, Charlestown Navy Yard and 28 State Street in Massachusetts.
In 1998, Stratouly was appointed by the Governor of Massachusetts to serve as a member of the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority. He currently serves as vice chairman of the Authority and chairman of its Development Committee. In such capacity, Stratouly was responsible for overseeing the development of the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, a new 2.7 million square foot, $1 billion project located on the waterfront in South Boston.
Skiing, golfing, boating and fishing