The Noannet Group was founded in 2011 with the mission of developing architecturally distinctive mixed-use, residential, hotel, and commercial buildings that enhance the communities in which they are located.

Jordan Warshaw President

Jordan Warshaw

President Jordan Warshaw is a 25-year+ industry veteran. He began his career as a real estate and zoning attorney and spent the next 15 years working at Boston real estate firms The Druker Company and The Davis Companies prior to founding Noannet in 2011. Mr. Warshaw is a current or past board member of The Winsor School, Boston Center for the Arts, Stop Handgun Violence, Topf Center for Dance Education, Voice of Reason and Westwood Girls’ Softball, was the Chair of Winsor’s Facilities Committee, a member of the Roxbury Latin Alumni Leadership Giving Council, and has coached more youth soccer, softball and baseball teams than he can count. He is a member of various real estate-related professional organizations, and has been a speaker on multiple occasions for ULI, NAIOP, REFA and Bisnow.

Mr. Warshaw is a graduate of The Roxbury Latin School, Yale University, and the University of Virginia School of Law. While not in the office, he can usually be found either on the sidelines of one of his three children’s games, mountain biking through Noannet Woodlands with his faithful golden retriever Lollipop, hiking around Noannet Pond with his wife Nicole, or banging away on his drum kit.

Steve Curbow Chief Financial Officer

Steve Curbow
Chief Financial Officer

Steve Curbow has spent nearly 25 years in the financial services industry, the majority of which were spent working in the investment management business in the Boston area.  Steve started his investment career at Putnam Investments, where he covered global integrated oil companies.  From 1999-2008, Steve was Partner and Director of Fundamental Research at Independence Investments, where he was responsible for global energy coverage.  Steve re-joined Putnam in 2008, where he co-managed the Global Energy and Global Natural Resources Funds. In addition, he was responsible for global large-cap energy coverage, supporting the equity team, which managed $58 billion in assets.  After 20 years in investment management, Steve decided to step away and shift gears, and started consulting for local business owners, providing a variety of financial management and reporting services.  Clients included The Noannet Group, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Mr. Curbow received a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from The University of Southern California and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago.  He enjoys spending his free time with his wife Cathy and three adult children taking in activities in the City, hiking around Noon Hill, or just relaxing in the back yard.

Kevin Clancy
Senior Construction Executive and Quality Control Manager

With over 30 years of project management experience, Kevin has a wide range of experience with complex construction projects, specializing in hotel construction and renovations.  Kevin has worked in all aspects of project feasibility, design and construction, ranging from asset due diligence services to budgeting, system review, capital planning, brand standard integration and construction management.  Prior to joining Noannet to manage all hotel-side construction work at Raffles, Kevin has served as lead project executive on such notable hotel construction and renovation projects as The Taj Boston Hotel, The Mela and Moxy Hotels in NYC, and a number of projects involving mixed-used Hilton hotels, Lowes, Marriotts, Holiday and Fairfield Inns.

Eileen Slora

Eileen Slora
Senior Design Director

Eileen Slora has 30-plus years as an executive in the Hospitality Interior Design industry. Eileen spent three decades working as Executive Director of Interior Design for Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, FRHI, and ACCOR. During her tenure she was extensively involved in planning and executing successful designs for the internal development group, new hotels, and renovations globally. While working with FRHI, Eileen created and documented the design standards for Fairmont and Raffles Hotels. Over the course of her career, she has developed relationships and worked collaboratively with multiple designers, consultants, and ownership groups to achieve outstanding project results. Following Eileen’s retirement from ACCOR, recognizing her value as one of North America’s premier hospitality design managers, Noannet quickly brought Eileen on board to work on the ownership side for Raffles Boston. Not long thereafter, Eileen took over interior design management for all Noannet projects.

Eileen has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Massachusetts

Eileen lives in the San Francisco Bay area and enjoys gardening year-round. She spends part of her summers in Northwest Montana enjoying the lakes and mountains with her husband and dogs.

Katherine Ehler

Katherine Ehler
Office Manager

Katherine Ehler has over fifteen years of experience as an administrative professional. A Boston native, Katherine began her career in the Washington DC area as an executive assistant for former Senator George McGovern. She moved on to work as a program coordinator for the American Academy of Otolaryngology in Alexandria, VA, following which she worked as office manager for a real estate office in Annapolis, MD. When Katherine moved back to her hometown in 2013, she worked in a similar function for a financial services firm. Prior to joining Noannet, Katherine spent four years as an area development manager for the fundraising department of a global retail company. With her varied experiences and skills, Katherine does just about everything to keep everyone else at Noannet organized and the office running smoothly!

Katherine is a graduate of Archbishop Williams High School and earned her BA in English from Fordham University. Outside of work, she can be found cheering on her kids at a lacrosse field or hockey rink. She enjoys kayaking, hiking, crafting, antiquing and cross-country skiing in Wompatuck State Park when the weather cooperates.

Thomas Geraghty

Thomas Geraghty
Clerk of the Works

Tom is a lifelong Bostonian, growing up just outside the city and attending Merrimack College and Suffolk University.  Tom joined The Noannet Group in 2020 as Owner’s Representative and Clerk of the Works for the development of Raffles Boston.  Tom has worked on-site representing ownership’s interests since the beginning, beginning with caisson placement and mat slab pour.  Prior to joining Noannet, Tom gained extensive experience in various aspects of real estate and construction management beginning at a young age.  Tom has worked in both property management, where he gained hands-on knowledge of maintenance, labor upkeep, showing of buildings and properties and asset management; and project management, while working for an insurance-based reconstruction contractor where he learned to manage budgets, oversee warranty-funded reconstruction, and work with insurance companies on policy coverage issues. Tom also has experience with the permitting process and preventative maintenance tracking, having worked as a Site Supervisor for a California-based Clean Energy general contractor where he handled expediting their Massachusetts building electrical and solar permits, PNF submittals and power purchase agreements (PPE’s).  Tom also gained experience with electrical P.V&M.V. sets and low voltage drawings, and dealing with conservation, wetland and DEP regulations.  Tom also assists managing a local small family-owned real estate business facilitating in pre-development/construction efforts and project management.  Tom is a first time proud recent father of 1 ½ year-old Evalyn.