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The Counselors of Real Estate® Announces Annual List

| June 14, 2018

Chicago, IL – In a break with the tradition of list announcements, The Counselors of Real Estate® (CRE®) professional association announced its annual Top Ten Issues Affecting Real EstateTM List for 2018-2019 by differentiating between current and long-term impacts on real property. Counselors’ clients seek advice on today’s issues which will impact property today, and today’s issues […]

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Marr’s Long Reach At One Dalton

Marr’s Long Reach At One Dalton

| June 14, 2018

Boston – One Dalton Street is the address of the new Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences in Boston’s Back Bay. One of the newest additions to the city’s skyline, One Dalton has reached a height of 60 stories since construction began in 2015.  At completion, it will be 61 stories tall and stand 742 […]

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South Coast Completes Pool Renovation

South Coast Completes Pool Renovation

| June 14, 2018

West Yarmouth, MA – South Coast Improvement Company (SCI) recently finished a pool renovation at Maplewood at Mayflower Place, an assisted living facility located at 579 Buck Island Road in West Yarmouth. The Marion based company began construction in December 2017 and finished the project in April 2018. The architect for the project was DMS […]

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Vantage Builds New Cycling Studio

Vantage Builds New Cycling Studio

| June 14, 2018

Arlington, MA – Vantage Builders, Inc. of Waltham recently announced that it completed the build-out of Upbeat Cycling’s first location, a 2,900sf studio at 6 Schouler Court-Rear, Arlington. The sparkling facility features a cycling theater with 32 Stages SC3 bikes, a yoga, Pilates and TRX suspension training room, and changing facilities. Brown Fenollosa Architects designed the […]

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Ribbon Cutting At Mass Audubon

Ribbon Cutting At Mass Audubon

| June 14, 2018

Lincoln, MA – Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary’s recently had the Grand Opening of its new Environmental Learning Center. The gathering at the Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuary and working farm in Lincoln commenced with a ribbon-cutting, followed by building tours, opportunities to meet raptors and Drumlin Farm’s resident fox, hands-on science activities, and educational program highlights. […]

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Brown Inducted To AICP College Of Fellows

Brown Inducted To AICP College Of Fellows

| June 13, 2018

Boston – Larissa Brown, a principal in Stantec’s Urban Places, an interdisciplinary team of urban planning, design, mobility, and resilience experts; has earned the prestigious honor of induction to the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) College of Fellows.  She is one of just over 600 planning professionals in the country with the FAICP designation […]

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Kaplan Renovating St. Paul’s Church

Kaplan Renovating St. Paul’s Church

| June 13, 2018

Brookline, MA – Kaplan Construction recently announced it is renovating St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, founded in 1849. Serving as construction manager, Kaplan will oversee interior and exterior renovations to the existing church, including reconstructing the children’s education space to accommodate additional Sunday school and youth programming. Designed by the architectural team of studioMLA of Brookline and David […]

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SLAM Joins Groundbreaking Arts & Community Center 

SLAM Joins Groundbreaking Arts & Community Center 

| June 13, 2018

Washington, CT – The Gunnery recently celebrated the groundbreaking of the new 32,000sf, $17.0 million Thomas S. Perakos Arts and Community Center, one of the largest facilities on the campus of the co-educational college preparatory boarding and day school. Designed by The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) to reflect the English Tudor and Shingle Style architecture prevalent […]

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BBCS Recognized for Excellence in Facility Design

BBCS Recognized for Excellence in Facility Design

| June 13, 2018

Roxbury, MA – HMFH Architects, Inc. of Cambridge recently received an Outstanding Project Award for excellence in educational facility design for Bridge Boston Charter School (BBCS) in Roxbury, that serves the city’s most disadvantaged students. The $24.7 million renovation and expansion project was overseen by owner’s project manager Pinck & Co., Inc. BBCS acquired the […]

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Duray & Clough Attain NCIDQ Certification

Duray & Clough Attain NCIDQ Certification

| June 12, 2018

Quincy, MA – JACA Architects recently announced that Rebekah Clough and Lynda Duray, both co-directors of Interior Design, have achieved NCIDQ certification that is recognized by the interior design industry as an indicator of proficiency. Both have been with the firm since 2014. Professional interior designers who possess the NCIDQ Certification have distinguished themselves by demonstrating […]

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