Tom Schultz

I’ve been working with Tom Schultz and his team for the better part of 10 years. Tom’s dedication to his craft and his ability to tightly manage design processes and consultant teams makes the entire development experience more refined and consistent. The projects that we’ve worked on have been both incredibly challenging and highly successful, and I look forward to the many future opportunities that we’ll have to work together.
Dan Lee, Division President, Boston, Lennar Multifamily Communities

As a Principal of TAT’s leadership team, Tom plays a pivotal role in overseeing managerial responsibilities, providing mentorship, and nurturing client relationships. He actively contributes to the expansion of the firm’s award-winning portfolio through his direct involvement in the design and management of landmark projects. He is responsible for over 3 million square feet of built projects in New England alone. Consistently, he demonstrates his adeptness in collaborating with clients to unveil and evolve their goals, drawing upon his insights, technical proficiency, and vast expertise.

Tom is a well-regarded national expert in multifamily housing design, urban infill development, senior living, and adaptive reuse project types, and has extensive experience working with major developers such as Hines, Greystar, Toll Brothers, Lennar, WinnCompanies, and Davis. His devotion to client satisfaction, attention to detail, and enthusiastic commitment to quality design and building performance have made him a trusted advisor to TAT’s clients.

Tom has spearheaded some of the firm’s most iconic projects to date, including the global headquarters for apparel brand Converse at Lovejoy Wharf, creative residential conversions combining adaptive reuse and new construction like 100 Shawmut, and the large-scale transformation of the Flat 9 at Whittier affordable housing district in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood. A thoughtful practitioner, he leverages his aptitude and artistry as a designer to explore innovative approaches to create meaningful places and enrich communities, with a keen focus on environmental sustainability.

As a dependable and forward-thinking leader, Tom plays a crucial role in directing the firm’s continued evolution and fostering a positive and inclusive work culture. He is a certified passive house consultant and a registered architect in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Tennessee.



    • 100 Shawmut | Metamorphosis Award – Addition
      Retrofit Magazine
    • Everleigh Cape Cod | Architecture and Design Award – Active Adult, Second Place
      Senior Housing News
    • Flat 9 at Whittier | Charles L. Edson Tax Credit Excellence Award – HUD Preservation
      Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition
    • Lovejoy Wharf | Preservation Achievement Award
      Boston Preservation Alliance
    • Lovejoy Wharf | Reconstruction Awards – Silver Winner
      Building Design + Construction
    • Lovejoy Wharf | Paul E. Tsongas Award
      Preservation Massachusetts


    • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
    • American Institute of Architects
    • Boston Society of Architects
    • U.S. Green Building Council