Amy Korté & Kate Bubriski Speak at M&O: Existing Buildings— Commercial Workplaces and Mixed-Use

Arrowstreet President, Amy Korté, and Director of Sustainability and Building Performance, Kate Bubriski, will be speaking at M&O: Existing Buildings: Commercial Workplaces and Mixed-Use on 8/2 from 12-1:30. Join the virtual presentation and interactive discussion with designer-and-client teams about developer-driven, adaptive reuse workplace projects, such as Congress Square. To learn more and register, click here: https://www.architects.org/events/323204/2021/08/02/matter-opinion-existing-buildings–arrowstreet-cbt

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Amy Korté Speaks on NEREJ Panel “Women Breaking Barriers in Diversification”

Arrowstreet President Amy Korté will be joining a virtual panel discussion on September 15th with fellow female thought-leaders in the real estate industry to discuss and share their experiences on how they’ve broken down barriers in diversification. To learn more and to register, click here.

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Amy Korté Presents at NAIOP’s Navigating the Permitting Maze: A Crash Course on Permitting in Massachusetts

Arrrowstreet President Amy Korté, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, will be presenting at NAIOP’s Navigating the Permitting Maze: A Crash Course on Permitting in Massachusetts workshop. The workshop will focus on permitting basics, as well as more complex issues, such as MEPA, Article 80, Chapter 91 licensing, climate change resiliency, trends in transportation, the importance of community outreach, and more. It…

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Amy Korté Presents at Facades+ Boston

Arrowstreet President Amy Korté  AIA will be presenting at the Facades+ Boston summit on June 25th. She will be discussing “Lightness & Weight | Creating Continuity in the Cityscape with Hybrid Facades”. The talk will focus on efforts to balance Boston’s historic and brutalist landmarks and how Congress Square introduces juxtapositions of materials and styles. The case study will tackle…

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Press

Viewing Architecture Through a New Lens–Banker & Tradesman

The following is an interview with Arrowstreet President Amy Korté  AIA for Banker & Tradesman, published on June 2, 2019. As resiliency and mobility issues approach crisis proportions in Greater Boston, Amy Korte is using technology to optimize designs and operations of new developments. Korte was named president of Arrowstreet, the Boston-based architecture firm that she joined in 2008, in…

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Bold Types–The Boston Globe

The following is an excerpt from The Boston Globe’s Bold Types column, read the full article here. Arrowstreet chief takes on global warming Can architecture fight global warming? It’s a question that Amy Korté  is determined to answer as the new president of Arrowstreet, the 100-person architectural firm in downtown Boston. Korté , one of the firm’s principals, succeeds Jim…

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