Adam Sichol is the CEO and Co-Founder of Longfellow Real Estate Partners, the largest privately owned investment managers and operators of life science real estate. Adam is responsible for directing Longfellow’s overall strategic direction, its continued portfolio expansion, and relationships with investors.
Since co-founding Longfellow in 2009, the company has grown through the execution of value-add and development projects totaling more than 16 million square feet for institutional and commercial tenants. Longfellow has invested more than $10billion on behalf of institutional investors including large sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, university endowments and private equity investors. Adam is actively involved in strategies that target occupiers across the full life science ecosystem, including newly formed VC portfolio companies, small-and-mid cap biotech companies, large pharmaceutical companies, and academic institutions. Adam is a member of Longfellow’s investment committee.
Prior to forming Longfellow, Adam started his life science real estate career with Lyme Properties, a pioneer in the industry, who led the transformation of Kendall Square into a global life science hub.
Adam received his MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and an AB from Hamilton College where he was a member of the men’s varsity golf team. Adam speaks at various industry events related to science and technology real estate projects.
Outside of Longfellow, Adam enjoys spending time with his wife Lowey and three children; playing golf, hiking, and traveling with his family.