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Northstar Promotes Townsend

Northstar Promotes Townsend

| September 17, 2019

Cambridge, MA – Northstar, a real estate services firm, announced that John Townsend has been promoted to associate principal. Townsend joined Northstar in 2014 and has over 20 years of senior level project management experience on a variety of capital, tenant improvement, and development projects. His expertise spans all phases of the development process, including […]

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Lowell Affordable Housing Receives Financing

Lowell Affordable Housing Receives Financing

| September 13, 2019

Lowell, MA – MassDevelopment has participated with Washington Savings Bank to provide a $3,062,700 loan to Residence at Mill Square LLC, an affiliate of Degmar Development Corp. Degmar used proceeds to buy a parcel at 27 West Third St. in Lowell, on which it is building a 21-unit affordable rental housing facility to be called […]

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ICYMI: SMPS Boston’s Walking Tour

ICYMI: SMPS Boston’s Walking Tour

| August 28, 2019

Boston – On August 22, SMPS Boston hosted a walking tour of Boston’s Seaport District. The 24 attendees were able to get a glimpse of the area’s luxury apartments, hotels, restaurants and retail stores. The tour provided attendees with a detailed behind-the-scenes tour of the upcoming Parcel K development. This mixed-use development, designed by Arrowstreet, […]

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Callahan Breaks Ground on Marriott

Callahan Breaks Ground on Marriott

| August 7, 2019

Revere, MA  – Callahan Construction Managers has broken ground on the new SpringHill Suites by Marriott at Revere Beach. Callahan was tasked to build the new-construction property  scheduled for delivery in May 2021. CR architecture + design served as architect on the project, which is being managed by Upton + Partners. The SpringHill Suites will […]

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LandDesign: Pop-Up Parks Energize Sites, Offer Proof-of-Concept for Cities

LandDesign: Pop-Up Parks Energize Sites, Offer Proof-of-Concept for Cities

| July 24, 2019

by Stephanie Pankiewicz, ASLA, PLA While the term “pop-up park” is a new idea and millennial buzzword, the concept is proving to be much more than a fleeting novelty, according to LandDesign, the national expert in parks and public space. These instant open areas ready for public use and programming can accelerate real estate development, […]

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Callahan Completes SSHH Build Day

Callahan Completes SSHH Build Day

| July 24, 2019

Duxbury, MA – Callahan Construction Managers  recently completed the organization’s second philanthropic build day for South Shore Habitat for Humanity (SSHH). On July 11, seven employees, including Callahan CFO, Don Fraser, visited the build site on Feinberg Bog Road in Duxbury, to begin the second phase of construction at the development. This is the second […]

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BPDA Introduces Next Stage of Planning

| July 23, 2019

Boston – Mayor Martin J. Walsh, along with the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) announced that the next stage of planning studies will focus on the Rutherford Avenue Corridor in Charlestown and Western Avenue Corridor in Allston-Brighton. The goal of each study will be to create a comprehensive vision for the areas, guiding future […]

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NEI Completes Housing Development

NEI Completes Housing Development

| July 23, 2019

Chelsea, MA  – NEI General Contracting announced the completion of Acadia, a new 42,000sf affordable housing development with 34 units located in Chelsea on the site of the former French Naturalization Club on Spencer Avenue. Acadia is the latest affordable housing project by The Neighborhood Developers (TND), a community development corporation dedicated to building affordable […]

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Mullen Named PPS Education Director

Mullen Named PPS Education Director

| July 1, 2019

Providence, RI – The Providence Preservation Society (PPS) announced that Kelsey Mullen has joined the organization as director of education. She is the first person in the role since 2011. Mullen will be asked to create a 21st-century version of the Children’s Heritage Education Program that ran from 1985 to 2011, which taught Providence’s history […]

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