NAIOP Annual Women of Influence Luncheon Featuring Amy Korté

Join top female executives, including Arrowstreet Principal, Amy Korté AIA, for lunch and a candid discussion of the ins and outs of working in Boston’s highly competitive and historically male-dominated real estate industry. Learn what it takes to become a successful woman in commercial real estate and how things are changing as more women rise to the top. This is…

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Boston Volvo Village Opens in Allston, MA

Working in collaboration with The Ciccolo Group, the Arrowstreet team reimagined the original 72,000 square foot home of International Harvester Farm Equipment, an industrial building that was built in 1924, to create a mixed-use, two story development with office and cafe space as well as a showroom concept that represents the future for urban car dealerships on limited land. The…

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Arrowstreet Sponsors ULI Fall Meeting 2018

Arrowstreet is proud to be a Silver Sponsor at the ULI Fall Meeting in Boston on October 8 – October 11. Join Arrowstreet at #ULI2018 Principal Scott Pollack will be the tour guide for The Evolution of Downtown Boston after the Big Dig Find Principal Pat Cornelison AIA at the Health Leaders Network Pre-Forum Convening & Health Leaders Network Introductory Forum…

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Arrowstreet Designers Selected for ULI Pathways to Inclusion Cohort

Arrowstreet is proud to announce the selection of two designers, Suleman Gajere, AIA and Victoria Wright, to the 2018 cohort of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Pathways to Inclusion Initiative. The Pathways to Inclusion Initiative is a partnership between the ULI Boston/New England District Council, the Builders of Color Coalition, African American Real Estate Professionals (AAREP) New England, and the…

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Neon: Past, Present and Future

A unique glow emerged on the American landscape in 1923 with the unveiling of the first neon signs and quickly spread across the country as sign manufacturers and popular culture embraced the new phenomenon. However, starting in the 1970s that glow began to fade as other signage medium took its place. That trend continues today as businesses are more likely…

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Popping By: Design, Retail, and Machine Learning at Hourglass

A late summer storm may have scuttled the stroll, but it couldn’t put a damper on design-centric fun. The most recent edition of Arrowstreet’s walking tour series, scheduled to explore the Fenway area, was rained out, but our team made an evening out of visiting a new concept store and artist studio in the neighborhood. The changing face of urban…

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