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Senior Center Earns LEED Certification

Senior Center Earns LEED Certification

| January 9, 2019

Hamden, CT – The Middletown Senior/Community Center has earned Silver certification in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), from the U.S. Green Building Council. The architectural, engineering, and interior design firm on the project was Silver / Petrucelli + Associates. The $5 million facility, which opened in 2015, earned 50 points across several sustainable […]

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Lowell Legacy Hotel Preservation Begins

Lowell Legacy Hotel Preservation Begins

| January 4, 2019

Lowell, MA – Preservation of a registered historic landmark has begun, following completion of predevelopment funding for the Lowell Legacy Hotel. The project’s architect is Jozokos Architecture Inc., and the developer is Athenian Corner Inc. The five-story building, built between 1896 and 1905, was recently declared eligible to receive federal tax credits for historic preservation. The […]

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Universal Provides Windows for Historic Renovation

Universal Provides Windows for Historic Renovation

| December 14, 2018

Allston, MA – Boston Volvo Village recently completed the historic renovation of 61 N. Beacon St., now home to its new urban dealership and offices. Marlborough-based Universal Window supplied the historic replica windows for the renovation. The architect for the project was Arrowstreet, and the construction manager/contractor was CM&B of Danvers. The project is being managed […]

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Finegold Alexander Architects Redesigns Boston City Hall

Finegold Alexander Architects Redesigns Boston City Hall

| December 10, 2018

Boston – The city of Boston and Finegold Alexander Architects announced the completion of the renovation of Boston City Hall’s Council Chamber. The redesign of the council chambers within Boston’s hallmark 1960s Brutalist architecture addressed accessibility, upgraded technology, and provided significant system, furniture, and finish upgrades. “The council chamber is now fully functional, accessible, and state-of-the-art, […]

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Historic Spaces Reimagined by Massachusetts Designer

Historic Spaces Reimagined by Massachusetts Designer

| December 4, 2018

National – The Architectural Team (TAT), best known for innovative new architecture and creative adaptations of historic buildings around the country, has been expanding its interior design portfolio with inspired, distinctive solutions for a range of clients. New projects include the downtown, 42,800sf collaborative workplace for business incubator NextCorps, built inside the converted former department store, Sibley Square […]

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Campaign Launched to Improve Poplar Street

| November 8, 2018

Boston, MA – MassDevelopment and the civic crowdfunding platform Patronicity launched a new Commonwealth Places campaign with the nonprofit organization Roslindale Village Main Street to make infrastructure improvements to the Poplar Street sidewalk in Roslindale Village. Using campaign funds, Roslindale Village Main Street will install new lighting in poorly lit areas, seating, planters, bicycle racks, and recycling and trash […]

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Ribbon Cutting for Affordable Housing Project

| November 7, 2018

Cambridge, MA  – CTA Construction Managers joined Cambridge Mayor Marc McGovern, elected officials, the Cambridge Housing Authority (CHA) staff and local residents for the CHA’s Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Celebration Weekend October 13 & 14th. The event featured a ribbon cutting ceremony, and marked the completion of phase one of the RAD projects, which is working […]

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Reconstruction Begins in Upham’s Corner

| November 5, 2018

Boston – Historic Boston Inc. has begun reconstruction of  Upham’s Corner Comfort Station, on Columbia Road in Dorchester, that will transform the building into Sip ‘&’ Spoke, a café, bike repair shop and meeting place for the neighborhood. The City of Boston Department of Neighborhood Development designated the redevelopment to the partnership of Historic Boston Inc. […]

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Historic Train Depot Reimagined as New Academic Arts Center

Historic Train Depot Reimagined as New Academic Arts Center

| November 2, 2018

Boston – Middlesex Community College has purchased the former Boston & Maine Railroad Depot at Towers Corner in Lowell for a new performing arts venue.  Leers Weinzapfel’s design restores the depot’s deteriorating exterior masonry and incorporates a redesigned interior that contains three major teaching spaces—a 100-seat music recital hall, dance studio, and a two-story, 177-seat “egg” […]

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Conservation Law Foundation to Upgrade Offices

| November 2, 2018

Boston – MassDevelopment has issued a $4.5 million tax-exempt bond for the Conservation Law Foundation. The bond proceeds will be used to upgrade and equip its offices at 58-64 Summer Street in Boston. Renovations to the building will include roof replacement; reconfiguration of the Otis Street entrance; improvements to the conference room and office spaces, […]

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