Installing the Custom Soffit at Congress Square

At Congress Square, a 500,000 SF mixed-use project in downtown Boston, we pushed the lower two floors of the vertical addition back from the existing building’s exterior wall. This move created a physical space between the two structures, allowing the new addition to “float” above the existing building. This setback also created a significant overhang where we designed a custom Fiber…

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Arrowstreet Wins Architecture at Zero Competition

A joint collaboration between Arrowstreet, Copley Wolff Design Group, and HTM Office/Madrid received the Merit Award in the 2018 Architecture at Zero design competition. This international competition presented by PG&E, San Francisco State University, and the AIA California Council challenged entrants to create a zero net energy bayside community education and visitor’s center, for SFSU’s Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental…

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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ADC National Summit

Principal Scott Pollack will be attending the Association of Defense Communities National Summit in Washington, DC on June 19-21. Both Scott, and Principal Patricia Cornelison are working on the Office of the Secretary Of Defense’s Healthy Base Initiative, which aims to improve health outcomes and create a healthier environment for military members and their families.

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What Is Density Anyway?

There are a lot of people talking about density these days.  Is it good and important for sustainability? Or is it bad and hurts property values? When we talk about density, we rarely define it, but it clearly means very different things to different people. During a recent ULI Technical Assistance Panel I was part of in Provincetown, this really came…

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For Better or Worse, Provincetown is Ahead of the Curve

Provincetown is one of my favorite places – anywhere.  I’ve been going there for almost 30 years; I have watched it change, as places do, and I love it now as much as I did then. But like all communities, it has its concerns and issues. So I was honored to be part of an Urban Land Institute Technical Assistance…

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