• 2003

    RCG moves its headquarters for the first time out of Cambridge, MA into a newly developed mixed-use complex in Somerville, MA. The move coincided with a renewed phase of growth in the firm, as its assets under management now included properties in the following Boston area communities: Allston, Brighton, Brookline, Cambridge, Chelsea, Everett, Lynn, Salem, Waltham, and Winthrop.

  • 2005

    RCG manages the development of a number of large scale new construction projects, including 323 Boylston Street in Brookline, MA. RCG also opens its Salem, MA office, initially at 120 Washington Street in the Peabody Block building.

  • 2007

    RCG opens its Asheville, NC regional office in Brevard and acquires its first North Carolina properties.

  • 2008

    RCG began the renovation and redevelopment of the east campus of the former Davis and Furber Machine Company mill complex in North Andover, MA. RCG subsequently transformed the site into a mixed-use neighborhood hub by adding restaurants, apartments, wellness facilities and office spaces of all sizes to what was once a single-tenant property.

  • 2012

    RCG began more actively renovating properties near to its headquarters in Somerville, MA. A prime example of the work RCG managed around this time was the complete overhaul of the historic main house and carriage barn at 17-19 Aldersey Street. RCG’s preservation and community development efforts were recognized by the City of Somerville Historical Commission with an award in 2013.

  • 2015

    RCG formally opens an outpost in Southern California with a focus on properties in Los Angeles, particularly in the Koreatown and surrounding neighborhoods.