Principals and developers of The Press Hotel form new hospitality enterprise - Fathom Companies

October 13, 2017 - Front Section

Portland, ME The principals and developers of The Press Hotel formed  a new hospitality enterprise, Fathom Companies – a 100-employee entity that currently operates The Press Hotel and UNION restaurant. Fathom Cos. utilizes two main divisions: a management arm that focuses on future hospitality projects; and a real estate and development arm concentrating on ground-up, historic renovations, and repositioning of hotel, office, residential, and mixed-use properties. 

Aligned with the company’s tagline “Depth of knowledge. Breadth of experience.” Fathom has assembled a leadership team that is skilled in hospitality and development. The team focuses on exceeding expectations at every touch point, delivering operational efficiencies and bottom line results, as well as balancing business success with the commitment to building strong relationships and community partnerships. 

Fathom’s Cos.’ success with property management and real estate development derives from developing and fostering an environment of creativity, teamwork and empowerment. Fathom’s commitment to achieving the specific needs and objectives of all stakeholders ensures true dedication to providing results for all parties through hospitality, design, attention to detail, and loyalty to partner relationships. 

Fathom plans to expand its hospitality portfolio through development, ownership and/or joint venture partnerships as well as third-party management agreements. 

Jim Brady serves as the president of Fathom Cos. and Michael Strejcek as the vice president of operations. 

Anchored as a core pillar of Fathom’s ethos, sustainability and positive contribution to local communities remain focal points of Fathom’s corporate culture. Through charitable giving, volunteering, partnerships with local farmers, fisherman, suppliers and artists as well as continuous emphasis on sustainability, Fathom has been able to balance professional success with being an exceptional neighbor.

More from the New England Real Estate Journal