Key Executives

Mohsin M. Amiji, CEO and CFO
Mr. Amiji joined Liberty Companies in 1994 and brings the vision and experience acquired in 22 years in both private and public accounting and financial management. He began his real estate career in 1990, and has honed his skills through numerous financial workouts and negotiations with financial institutions, the FDIC, and investor groups. Mr. Amiji has a powerful track record in delivering value for the company and its partners. He has been instrumental in negotiating, structuring, and acquiring new properties in excess of $200 million and financing or refinancing more than $400 million of debt and equity.

Mr. Amiji earned his MBA from Northeastern University and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Mr. Amiji may be reached at

Andrew M. Cable, President
Mr. Cable joined Liberty Companies in 1983, bringing a wealth of experience in all phases of real estate development and management. He is responsible for the marketing and management of more than five million square feet of real estate nationwide. Mr. Cable is a specialist in tenant relations, real estate marketing, and lease negotiations.

Mr. Cable earned his BA from Tufts University and his MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Mr. Cable may be reached at

Thomas P. Nowicki, Senior Vice President of Operations and Development
Mr. Nowicki joined Liberty Companies in 1999, bringing more than 20 years of experience in real estate development and asset management. Prior to joining Liberty, Mr. Nowicki was an asset manager for an Opportunity Fund with a portfolio of more than 3.6 million square feet. He successfully repositioned the portfolio to an overall occupancy of 90 percent prior to disposition. From office and industrial parks to downtown high rises, Mr. Nowicki offers a broad range of real estate development skills.

Mr. Nowicki earned an architectural degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology, an MBA from Loyola University, and a Masters Degree in Real Estate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Mr. Nowicki may be reached at

Austin L. Cable, Chairman (in memorium)
Mr. Cable began his career in 1945 in the family owned garment business, Cable Industries, Inc. He served as the company's President for 20 years until the business was sold in 1980. Mr. Cable pursued a parallel interest in real estate investing, and formally founded Liberty Companies in 1980. He is a pioneer in the Boston real estate market with notable firsts, including the first retail condominium conversion project, the Boston Jewelers Exchange, and other redevelopment projects that have helped to revitalize downtown Boston. With the retrenchment of the heavy manufacturing base in the U.S., Mr. Cable developed a strong niche in the redevelopment of large industrial properties nationwide. A former college lacrosse player, Mr. Cable is part owner of the Boston Cannons, a Major League Lacrosse team, and serves on the team's Operating Group.

Mr. Cable is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Board of Directors

Stuart M. Cable, Chairman and Director
Mr. Stuart Cable is a Partner in the law firm Goodwin Procter and represents as outside general counsel a wide array of public and private companies involved in a diverse range of industry segments, including life sciences, optical components, semiconductors, professional services, alternative energy, and software.

Mr. Cable is a graduate of Columbia Law School and earned his BA and MBA from Dartmouth College.

William F. McCall Jr., Director
Mr. McCall is President of McCall & Almy, Inc., specializing in counseling institutions, corporations, and property owners on the valuation, acquisition, disposition, and leasing of real estate. He is also actively involved in analyzing real estate markets and structuring marketing procedures. Prior to McCall & Almy, Mr. McCall was a founder of Leggat McCall & Werner in 1965 and Chairman and CEO of Leggat McCall/Grubb & Ellis through 1989.

Mr. McCall's leadership in the industry has been demonstrated as the past President of The Greater Boston Real Estate Board; former Chairman of Massachusetts Government Land Bank; former Director of Copley Properties, Inc. and Beacon Properties Corporation; and former Chairman of Babson College Real Estate Advisory Board. He is currently a Director of Jobs for Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Business Development Corporation. He serves on the Real Estate Committee of the Pension Reserved Investment Management (PRIM) Board. He is a Trustee of the Urban Land Institute and a member of the American Society of Real Estate Counselors. Mr. McCall and his late partner, David Almy, shared the 1996 Commercial Broker of the Year award by the Greater Boston Real Estate Board.

Mr. McCall holds a B.A. in Economics from The College of the Holy Cross.