Hudson Group is a boutique, privately owned real estate development firm based in Boston. The family company is deeply invested in the Leather District and Chinatown neighborhoods, having developed the new construction and adaptive reuse of 300 units in the area over the past 25 years, including residences, offices, and retail.

We pride ourselves in a long-term approach and real estate philosophy with particular attention to local, independently operated retail. The firm is led by Ori Ron and Noam Ron.


Ori Ron

Ori has over 30 years of real estate development experience with an extensive background in construction. He has been active in the Boston real estate market for over 22 years. Skilled in the process of land and real estate acquisition, planning and permitting, construction, and sales, Ori believes in a hands-on development approach for timely and efficient delivery. He earned a BA in Economics from Tel Aviv University and graduated from the Construction Management program run by the Ministry of Housing and Development in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Ori’s experience includes new construction of multifamily buildings, redevelopment and adaptive reuse of live/work condominiums in the historic Leather District of Boston, the renovation of a historic church in Union Square, Somerville, and most recently the development of a high rise mixed use project in downtown Boston known as Radian

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Noam joined the Hudson Group family business in 2007. He actively manages several of the firm’s Boston real estate assets and new development, including the hotel project at 150 Kneeland Street in Boston’s Leather District. He oversaw the design, permitting, development, marketing and leasing of Radian at 120 Kingston Street. Noam earned a BA from the University of Connecticut.

At the Radian project in downtown Boston he was integral in the implementation of public realm improvements beyond the building’s front doors. Noam worked closely with the Rose Kennedy Greenway on park infrastructure installation and the creation of a rotating public art program. His experience in the Leather District and Chinatown has been first hand with restaurants, small-scale retail operators, and emerging technology companies.