Join Arrowstreet for the 32nd Annual Boston Preservation Alliance Achievement Awards

The evening will be hosted by award-winning Journalist Katie Couric and include stunning visual narratives of this year’s outstanding projects that reveal there is always more to the story. Arrowstreet’s Jim Batchelor will be honored with a President’s Award as well as the Dillaway-Thomas House. Bestowed annually since 1988, the Preservation Achievement Awards honor outstanding achievements in historic preservation and…

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Boston Volvo Village Awarded 2020 Preservation Massachusetts Award

We are proud to announce that Boston Volvo Village has been awarded Preservation Massachusett’s Paul & Niki Tsongas Award, which is awarded to projects that have displayed the highest level of commitment to historic preservation in the Commonwealth! Boston Volvo Village is an adaptive reuse project that challenges the future typology of car dealerships, transforming a historic 1926 International Harvester…

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Boston Preservation Alliance presents the 2020 President’s Award for Excellence to Jim Batchelor and Arrowstreet Inc.

The Boston Preservation Alliance is pleased to present our 2020 President’s Award for Excellence to Jim Batchelor FAIA and Arrowstreet Inc. As a Boston-based architecture and design firm, Arrowstreet has been energizing and revitalizing forgotten neighborhoods in and around Boston since the early 1960s. “Conceiving innovative and engaging ways to breathe new life into old buildings and to insert bold,…

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Arrowstreet Attends the 2019 Preservation Achievement Awards

Arrowstreet will be attending the Boston Preservation Alliance’s 31st annual Preservation Achievement Awards on October 21st. We are extremely proud that Boston Volvo Village has received a 2019 Achievement Award! “It can be a challenge convincing large corporate entities trying to extol the forward-looking nature of their brand that a rehabilitated old building is actually just what they need. Yet…

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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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