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Room to Grow Greener: Q&A with Copley Wolff

Room to Grow Greener: Q&A with Copley Wolff

| January 24, 2019

Copley Wolff Design Group recently joined the Boston Water and Sewer Commission, Nitsch Engineering, and Recover Green Roofs at Architecture Boston Expo (ABX) to discuss green infrastructure’s role in meeting the city’s goals and protecting Greater Boston from the risks of climate change. Read on below for takeaways and examples.  HP interviewed Christine Wilson and […]

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Creating the Look of Daylight in a Repositioned Lobby

Creating the Look of Daylight in a Repositioned Lobby

| January 24, 2019

by Donald Bárány It’s clear that an attractive building lobby can help attract potential tenants. With that goal in mind, Forest City Realty Trust, now owned by Brookfield Properties, endeavored to update all the office building lobbies at University Park at MIT, a mixed-use science and technology park adjacent to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology […]

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E4H Releases 2019 Trend Predictions

| December 29, 2018

Designing for resiliency Healthcare facilities function 24×7, which requires them to be sustainably designed in order to maximize resources and reduce energy use/costs. With global warming’s effects quickly shifting the dynamics of our geography, the need for resiliency has made its way to the forefront of design discussions. How will the physical facility perform in […]

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The Sale Happens Backstage

The Sale Happens Backstage

| December 26, 2018

by Rob DiNinni Relationships drive sales and sales drive relationships. So who’s driving? We can go beyond the sales transaction mindset and connect more deeply where the power of relationships live and decisions are made. Neuroscience and psychology tell us our conscious mind (onstage) is predicated on reason and analysis while perception and passion are in […]

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Partly Sunny with a Chance of Headwinds: 2019 A/E/C Forecast, Boston

Partly Sunny with a Chance of Headwinds: 2019 A/E/C Forecast, Boston

| December 19, 2018

by Laureen Poulakis New England’s longest-lasting growth run continues and 2019 will be a year of uncertainty.  What are the disruptors this year?   A/E/C Construction and Labor – Thought to be baked into Boston’s market in 2018, construction costs are expected to continue trending upward and supplier margins will pressurize further due to trade wars […]

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If the Greater Boston Market is Still Looking so Strong, Why is Everyone Worried?

If the Greater Boston Market is Still Looking so Strong, Why is Everyone Worried?

| December 14, 2018

Editors note: After more than 27 years leading NAIOP Massachusetts – The Commercial Real Estate Development Association, CEO David Begelfer has retired from his position as executive director and is now the founder of CRE Strategic Advisors, a commercial real estate consulting firm that provides advice and guidance to private, corporate, and institutional clients with […]

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The Surveyor: A Guardian of Wealth

The Surveyor: A Guardian of Wealth

| December 10, 2018

by Michael A. Clifford On April 21, 1898, an article in the New York Herald observed, “It is an astonishing thing that men will fight harder for $500 worth of land than they will for $10,000 in money.” The next day, thousands of people raced across an Oklahoma plain in what became known as the Oklahoma […]

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Can Art be Safe in a Public Space?

Can Art be Safe in a Public Space?

| November 26, 2018

by Elizabeth Lackey In highly trafficked, public areas, there are distinctive challenges that face designers, owners, and property managers. Art in these spaces are often subject to damage and theft but still require the same attention to aesthetics as private lobbies and interiors. So how do you decorate and enliven public spaces given this problem? […]

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New Poll on Millennials Released

New Poll on Millennials Released

| November 21, 2018

Washington, D.C. – Ernst & Young LLP (EY) released the results of a survey of millennials across the country, highlighting how the generation has defined itself a decade after the Great Recession. The results reveal that while millennials are progressing more quickly than they were just a few years ago, they are still risk averse – […]

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Plans: What’s Your Aim?

Plans: What’s Your Aim?

| November 16, 2018

by Chad Wisler As we close out the year, it’s a great time to discuss what most of us are doing now — planning for 2019. 2018 is done. It’s in the past. For most of us, it’s been a very good year — but still . . . it’s now in the past. As we […]

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