Charles Weinstein

People Page - Title - Charles Weinstein

Vice President
Real Estate, Planning & Development

Charles Weinstein is Vice President for Real Estate, Planning and Development at Boston Children’s Hospital, the pediatric teaching affiliate of The Harvard Medical School, located in Boston. Mr. Weinstein has responsibility for the strategic planning and execution of the capital budget at Children’s, which now averages $200M each year and encompasses the expansion of the hospital’s inpatient facilities in the Longwood Medical Area, ambulatory clinic and medical office locations throughout Massachusetts and their extensive basic research laboratory facilities, which now consist of over 1.5M sf. Since 2004, when he joined Children's Hospital Boston (from his previous position at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD), Mr. Weinstein has been primarily responsible for overseeing the dramatic growth of the hospital’s diverse medical facilities, expanding from 2.4M square feet to now more than 5.5M square feet of owned or leased facilities--a 135% increase in the hospital’s infrastructure.

A real estate professional with 40 years of progressive experience as project executive in Baltimore, Annapolis, Pensacola, Florida, and now in Boston, Mr. Weinstein was instrumental in the design and rebirth of Baltimore’s “Inner Harbor,” as Director of Design and Construction, and has worked on a wide array of real estate projects such as The National Aquarium, Hyatt Regency Hotel, HarborPlace, The Baltimore Convention Center, and the development of several upscale residential communities, and has garnered numerous national and local AIA design awards for his clinical and research laboratory projects.

Mr. Weinstein holds a Bachelor's degree in ancient history from The Pennsylvania State University, a Master of Liberal Arts from The Johns Hopkins University, and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Maryland School of Law. In addition to holding a Real Estate Broker’s License in Maryland, he has been an active member of the Maryland and Federal Bar since 1970.


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