ULI Walking Tour of Boston Volvo Village

ULI Boston/New England’s Young Leaders Group is hosting a Walking Tour of Allston/ Brighton (open to all). The tour will cover a few of the recently completed, under construction, and planned developments in the area including Arrowstreet’s Boston Volvo Village. Click the link to learn more and register: https://boston.uli.org/event/ylg-walking-tour-boston-landing/ Boston Volvo Village Address: 75 N Beacon St, Allston, MA 02134 Project Team: The…

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Arrowstreet at ICSC Recon 2018

Arrowstreet Principals Bob Lowe, Sean Selby AIA, and Scott Pollack, will be attending the ICSC Recon Convention on May 20-23rd in Las Vegas. Recon Is the world’s largest global gathering of retail real estate professionals featuring over 37,000 industry professionals.

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Visualize Climate Change

Join Arrowstreet for a panel discussion and interactive demonstrations of how visual media is being utilized to engage the public in climate change conversations. From installation art, to exhibitions, to digital data visualization, to augmented reality, many platforms are being used to inform, demonstrate, and educate the public about the impacts of climate change on the natural and built environments….

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Emily Grandstaff-Rice Presents at ACX18

Senior Associate, Emily Grandstaff-Rice, FAIA, is speaking at the Vermont Architecture & Construction Expo on May 10th in Burlington, Vermont. She will be presenting on Equity and the Future of Architecture. As the world and workplace changes around us, it is clear that understanding others and creating opportunities for all in the profession of architecture will create a stronger, more…

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Gabriela Baierle Featured on Black Spectacles Podcast

Are you studying for your ARE exams? Then check out Arrowstreet’s Gabriela Baierle, AIA, podcast for Black Spectacles from April on “ARE LIVE: Steps to Getting Licensed” . Black Spectacles preps architects obtaining licensure through the Architect Registration Exams (ARE). Learn more and Listen here: https://blackspectacles.com/podcast   A Black Spectacles architecture software podcast about how technology is empowering world-class design. Episodes of Super…

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Kate Bubriski joins the Net Zero conversation at BOMA’s Roundtable

Arrowstreet’s Director of Sustainability and Building Performance, Kate Bubriski speaks at The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Roundtable at the EnerNOC Learning Center, One Marina Park Drive in Boston at noon on Wednesday, April 25th.This presentation will clarify the basic definitions associated with net zero including net zero energy, net zero emissions, and net zero buildings and communities. Register Here.

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Gabriela Baierle Participates in Now Practice Now

Join Arrowstreet’s Gabriela Baierle at the Boston Society of Architects on April 23rd for the launch of the Now Practice Now series on the current state of Architecture. Cash–How is our work supported? The firm, the individual and the industry rely on a diverse set of business and support models to achieve financial stability and resilience. Who and what have…

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Kate Bubriski will be speaking at the Getting to Zero Conference

Arrowstreet’s Director of Sustainability and Building Performance, Kate Bubriski AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Fitwell Ambassador, will be speaking at the 2018 Getting to Zero Conference in Pittsburgh on Wednesday April 18. This premier global event is dedicated to defining the future of the built environment. Join her at Breakout session 4 “Occupant Education and Engagement in Achieving Net Zero Energy Performance”…

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Amy Korte Moderates Bisnow’s “Rise of the Seaport”

Join Principal, Amy Korté on April 10th, at Bisnow Boston’s Rise of the Seaport event. Amy will be moderating a panel on the Seaport as a Hub for Office & Technology. Learn more and register here: https://www.bisnow.com/boston/events/neighborhood/The-Rise-of-the-Seaport-1027

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Amy Korté Moderating CREW Luncheon

Join CREW Boston for a panel on how innovation in transportation is disrupting real estate development, planning and design. We’ll hear from Bethany Whitaker of Nelson/Nygaard about the trends that are shaping our transit future, everything from big data, artificial intelligence and demographic changes; Jesse Mermell of the Alliance for Business Leadership on what types of transit policies we should be paying attention to; and Amy…

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David Bois Speaking at Bisnow Boston

Join Principal, David Bois, AIA, on Tuesday, March 20, at Bisnow Boston’s Construction and Development: Gaining a Competitive Edge Through Innovative Construction & Design What You’ll Learn: What does it take to get a development project off the ground, and how are policies impacting the timeline of getting projects off the ground? Innovative techniques being used by architects, contractors and engineers…

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Emily Grandstaff-Rice Speaks at the AIAS Women in Architecture – Emerging Voices Panel

AIAS Presents: Women in Architecture – Emerging Voices Panel Senior Associate, Emily Grandstaff-Rice FAIA, will be speaking at the Northeastern AIAS Women in Architecture Panel that brings together Boston-practicing women architects to speak on the ratio between men and women in both architecture school and the field, especially in regards to positions of power. We believe the best way to…

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Parcel K Groundbreaking

Join Arrowstreet as we celebrate the groundbreaking of our Parcel K project. Arrowstreet is the master planner and architect for this vibrant, 500,000 SF waterfront development in Boston’s Innovation District.

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Amy Korté Speaking at DisruptCRE

Principal, Amy Korté is speaking at the upcoming DisruptCRE Office and Workplace Technology Summit on Wednesday, Feb. 28. Along with panelists from Pilot, EnviEnergy Studio, Cresa, and Skanska, her panel will focus on how technology is changing our interactions with the built environment.

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7th Annual Real Estate Women’s Forum

Principal Amy Korté, AIA, will be speaking at this year’s Real Estate Women’s Forum in New York City on February 23rd. She will be participating on the panel “Urban Innovation: Turning Challenges into Opportunities in Development & Construction”. Development and construction across New York City shows little signs of slowing down yet the building in this region is one of…

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Association of Defense Communities: Installation Innovation 2018

Join Arrowstreet Principal Scott Pollack at the Association of Defense Communities’ Installation Innovation Conference in San Diego, California from February 12-14, 2018. We are honored to continue to work with the United States Department of Defense,

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Join Arrowstreet at the 4th Annual Entertainment Evolution Experience Conference in Santa Monica, CA on Feb. 6-7. Arrowstreet Principals, Amy Korté and Sean Selby will be speaking on the following panels during the conference: Join Amy Korté on Feb. 6 from 3:30-4:30pm on the panel “Virtual Reality Meets Retail Reality” Virtual reality is being used to not only envision projects through…

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Arrowstreet takes home Gold in the ICSC 2017 U.S. Design and Development Awards

We are excited to announce our Target small-format store at Packard’s Corner on Commonwealth Ave. in Boston received a Gold accolade in the Retail Store Design category at the 2017 U.S. Design and Development Awards competition in Scottsdale, AZ. Presented by the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), the 2017 U.S. Design and Development Awards recognize excellence, innovation and creativity…

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Join Arrowstreet at Greenbuild and ABX 2017

Learn More About Arrowstreet’s Sessions Tours Education for Environmental Stewards | 11/11, 8:00-12:00pm Katie Ferrier | TS07 Sustainability in Cambridge’s Life Science Market | 11/11, 1:00-5:00pm Kate Bubriski | TS08 Sessions Public Parks on Private Lands | 11/8, 8:30-10:00am Jim Batchelor | WE09 Kinetic Facades: Inventive Architecture, Design, Fabrication | 11/8, 11:00-12:30pm David Bois | WE18 Advocacy in Massachusetts: Why,…

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Arrowstreet At Hubweek

Join Principal, Amy Korte, as she hosts a panel for Hubweek 2017 on Designing for Climate Change. The event will take place on Oct. 15 at 2:30pm at City Hall. Evidence suggests that climate change and rising sea levels will impact Boston in the coming years, and the city’s real estate leaders are already applying technologies and forward-thinking strategies to…

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