Robert E. Connors, Jr. | Boston Real Estate Law, Zoning and Estate Planning

Robert E. Connors, Jr.


Practice Focus.

Bob Connors focuses his practice in the areas of real estate law, representing clients ranging from sellers and buyers of single family homes to large commercial owners and developers.

A sampling of representation includes:

  • Bentley University in the permitting of its North Campus.
  • Brandeis University in the permitting of a number of buildings on its campus including the Rose Art Museum, the Sharpiro Science Center, the Heller School for Social Policy and the Mandel Center for Humanities.
  • Hobbs Brook Management in the rezoning of a large portion of its Office Park, and permitting of the North American headquarters of Dassault Systemes Americas Corp. and Vistaprint.
  • The Davis Marcus Company in the rezoning of the former GTE land, and the permitting of the new headquarters of National Grid.
  • Northland Investment Corporation in the rezoning and permitting of The Merc at Moody & Main in the center of Waltham for a large retail and residential Development.
  • The Lincoln Property Company in the permitting of a 264 unit residential Development on the Charles River.
  • Boulder Capital in the rezoning of the former Waltham Hospital (now Children’s Hospital of Boston) and the permitting of the Longview Apartments, and the permitting of Cronin’s Landing a large mixed retail/residential development on the Charles River.
  • The Archdiocese of Boston in the permitting of the Chapter 40B development of St. Mary’s Senior Housing.

Court Admissions:

Commonwealth of Massachusetts – 1971;
U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts – 1975;
U.S. Court of Appeals – 1985;
U.S. Supreme Court – 1983;


Bob Connors has served as a long time Chairman, Officer, or Director of a number of local civic and cultural non-profits.

Martindale-Hubbell Rating: AV


  • B.A., Saint Anslem College, 1967
  • Juris Doctor, Suffolk University Law School, 1970