About Joseph Quattrocchi
A former financial professional, Boston resident Joe Quattrocchi also oversaw several restaurants and clubs prior to pursuing a career in real estate. Joe Quattrocchi attended the State University of New York (SUNY) at Plattsburgh, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. After completing his undergraduate studies, Joe Quattrocchi enrolled at Stony Brook University, where he received a Master of Science in Applied Mathematics and Statistics. Possessing a strong educational background, Quattrocchi moved to Michigan, where he worked for Dow Corning Corporation before returning to New York to serve Bankers Trust, now Deutsche Bank AG. Joe Quattrocchi also studied business administration at New York University and operated several mortgage companies. After several years in New York, Joe Quattrocchi left the financial industry to open a number of restaurants in the Boston area, including the popular restaurant and brewery Back Bay Brewing Company. From June 1995 through August 2000, the Back Bay Brewing Company was regularly earned recognition as Boston’s Best Brewery and Restaurant by two popular local magazines. In 2000, Joe Quattrocchi remodeled the Back Bay Brewing Company, removing the brewery and renaming the business Vox Populi. Holding a liquor license, Vox Populi became a popular restaurant and nightclub in Boston and was named Best Pickup Bar in Boston Magazine and the Improper Bostonian. After 10 years as the owner and proprietor of Vox Populi, Joe Quattrocchi left the restaurant business. Currently, Joe Quattrocchi splits his time between Massachusetts, New York, and Connecticut. An avid cyclist, Quattrocchi has participated in triathlons. Joe Quattrocchi also enjoys collecting and restoring classic cars. His large collection of vehicles includes a 1966 Jaguar E-Type, a 1967 Austin Healey 3000, a 1958 Chevy Corvette, and a 1964 Amphicar.