What is the Future of Downtown?

One of the best things about great cities is that they adapt and change. Rail yards become new neighborhoods, and industrial districts become lofts, offices, and shopping centers. The ability of the urban fabric to evolve with the rapidly changing ways we live and work is part of the reason people and businesses are returning to the city core. It…

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Concrete Visions on Display at the BAC

Check out a new exhibit at the Boston Architectural College: Concrete Visions. Held in their McCormick Gallery, the exhibit showcases our winning entry in a design competition for the BAC, as well as other Boston projects, such as City Hall. The exhibit is free and open through April 22, 2016. The exhibition frames the Boston Architecture Center’s importance as an…

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Exploring Possibilities at Back Bay Station

As part of our work exploring options for renovating Back Bay Station for Boston Properties, we went on site with a lift operator, structural engineer, and preservation expert to determine how to best restore the wood arches. Originally built and opened in the 1980s, Back Bay Station will be undergoing a transformation in the coming years to modernize it and…

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