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CLD | Fuss & O’Neill Sunapee Office Moves to New London

| December 1, 2017

New London, NH – CLD | Fuss & O’Neill has moved its Sunapee office to New London. Headquartered in Manchester, Conn., the company has 10 regional offices throughout all six New England states. The New London, N.H., office is the base for many of its northern New England land survey projects. Accurate land surveying is […]

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Mayor Walsh Announces Steps to Ensure Future Development is Broadband Ready

Mayor Walsh Announces Steps to Ensure Future Development is Broadband Ready

| May 31, 2017

Boston – Mayor Martin J. Walsh recently  announced that the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) and the City of Boston’s Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT) have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with WiredScore that will ensure that future residential and commercial developments strive to serve the broadband needs of Boston’s residents and […]

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High-Profile Speaks Sustainable Living with Barry Gaw of Squam River Landing and Sippican Partners, LLC

High-Profile Speaks Sustainable Living with Barry Gaw of Squam River Landing and Sippican Partners, LLC

| November 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recently, High-Profile sat down with Barry Gaw of Squam River Landing and Sippican Partners, LLC to discuss sustainability from a personal to a professional standpoint. HP: With a long career in real estate and development throughout New England, what sparked your interest in building a sustainable community in New Hampshire’s Lakes region? BG: Growing up, my family had […]

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CBT Awarded Two Boston Projects

| August 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Boston  – CBT Architects announced they have been named architect of record for two iconic repositioning properties in Greater Boston. Public spaces at The Schrafft Center in Charlestown and Center Plaza in Boston will be transformed to focus on and improve the tenant experience. Owned by The Flatley Company, the Schrafft Center is a 1 million-sf, Class-A office, medical office and technology […]

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Construction Underway at Moody & Main

Construction Underway at Moody & Main

| June 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Waltham, Mass – Construction is now underway for the first phase of apartments at Moody & Main, Northland Investment Corporation announced today. The Merc at Moody & Main, the first new development in downtown Waltham in recent years, will honor the historic Mercantile Building that once stood at this landmark location. The mixed-use, transit-oriented development includes 269 new residences, […]

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One North Sets Standard in Urban Design

One North Sets Standard in Urban Design

| April 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Chelsea, MA  – One North of Boston, a joint venture between Gate Residential Properties and TransDel Corp., has set the standard in interior design for new urban residential developments.  Featuring resin infused bamboo flooring, quartz countertops and one-of-a-kind mosaic light fixtures, One North of Boston offers an innovative combination of style and sophistication, unlike any other development around. […]

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Patrick Administration Announces Open Space Investments to Expand Growth and Opportunity in Western Mass

| November 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Easthampton, MA–– Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary (EEA) Rick Sullivan announced more than $4.3 million in investments for parks, recreational spaces and open space conservation in 16 western Massachusetts communities. Secretary Sullivan made the announcement in Easthampton, where a $400,000 Parkland Acquisitions and Renovations for Communities (PARC) grant will help make improvements at the Nashwannuck […]

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Wood Framing Underway for the Final Phase of Portwalk

Wood Framing Underway for the Final Phase of Portwalk

| October 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Portsmouth, NH – The wood framing is underway for the final phase of Portwalk, an environmentally friendly, mixed-use development, which will include a 120-room Hampton Inn and Suites hotel and The Residences at Portwalk, a 113 unit luxury apartment building, all above a one-story, below-grade parking garage.

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Repurposing History:  Rewards and Realities by Anthony Papantonis

Repurposing History: Rewards and Realities by Anthony Papantonis

| October 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

With its rich architectural history, Boston and its surrounding communities are home to a vast array of buildings that are well-suited to be re-developed while preserving their historical significance. Beginning with early examples of well-known structures like Boston City Hall’s conversion into restaurant and office space in 1969 and Faneuil Hall’s transformation into a popular tourist/retail destination in 1970, there is an extensive list of outdated buildings that have been adapted for new purposes. Lesser known but historically significant buildings also populate the list, such as the 1874 Henry Willis Building at 175 Purchase St. in the Financial District which Nauset Construction recently converted into the new Brazilian Consulate for owner 175 Purchase Street LLC, an affiliate of Core Investments Inc. The building is expected to be approved by the National Register of Historic Places in 2014. Obsolete mills, factories, and schools with less historical significance but structurally sound have also been re-purposed as office, industrial, retail and multi-family properties throughout New England.

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