AR in Action Industry Summit

Principal Amy Korté, along with Kat Schneider, Kachina Studer, Tyler Shannon, and Vivian Wu, will be speaking at AR in Action’s 2019 Industry Summit on January 14 at the MIT Media Lab. This event will include some of the top minds in Augmented Reality, with open collaboration, sharing insights, and networking! Learn more and register here: http://arinaction.org/industry-summit-2019/

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Amy Korté Presenting at Designing Climate Resilience Forum

Join Arrowstreet Principal Amy Korté AIA for a forum exploring the impact of climate resilient implementation measures on the public realm. This is the second of two forums presented by the BSA, BSA Foundation and the Boston Green Ribbon Commission. At the first forum the City of Boston presented its plans to make every vulnerable neighborhood more resilient to increased…

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Brian Cook Speaking at Bisnow Multifamily Annual Conference

Senior Associate Brian Cook AIA is speaking at this year’s Bisnow Multifamily Annual Conference New England on November 8, 2018. Learn more and register here. Boston’s CRE market is thriving to say the least, and multifamily developments are on the forefront of the conversation. Areas like Beacon Hill, Back Bay, Jamaica Plain, and the Seaport are continuing to grow. However…

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Join Amy Korté at CREW New Mexico’s Intersections Conference

Principal Amy Korté AIA will be a featured speaker at CREW New Mexico’s Intersections Conference on October 25. DRIVERLESS CARS: THE INTERSECTION BETWEEN REAL ESTATE AND TECH Driverless cars have arrived and promise to upend traditional transportation and real estate paradigms. Amy will explore the latest developments with this emerging technology and share valuable insights on potential economic, investment, real…

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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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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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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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Visualizing Climate Change at the Boston Society of Architects

Arrowstreet’s Kat Schneider and Ananya Vij will be presenting at the The Boston Society of Architects (BSA) on September 18, 2018. Hosted by their Sustainability Education Committee, this presentation will explore the capabilities of Augmented and Virtual Reality to be utilized in this work. Kat and Ananya will show demonstrations and also allow attendees to experience the platforms themselves. Many…

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Emily Grandstaff-Rice on Affecting Change in Architecture

A Senior Associate at Arrowstreet, Emily Grandstaff-Rice, FAIA talked with Girl Uninterupted about making policy changes, being a woman in architecture, and observing challenges for emerging professionals. Emily served as Boston Society of Architects President in 2014 and is currently the Chair of the AIA Equity in Architecture Commission. She is the 2018-2020 Director at-large for the AIA Board of…

Arrowstreet Presenting at AIA ’18

This year, Arrowstreet has six staff members presenting at the AIA ’18 Conference on Architecture in New York City. Be sure to check out their sessions! Share Your Voice: Guides for the Future of Equitable Practice (EV204) June 20 | 800am – 12:00pm Featuring: Nicole Martineau AIA Are you interested in building a more equitable workplace, but unsure of how…

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