Mirbeau named Top 100 Hotels and Resorts in the World

We were thrilled to see the Arrowstreet designed Mirbeau Inn and Spa at the Pinehills in Plymouth honored by Condé Nast Traveler’s 28th Annual Readers’ Choice Awards. Mirbeau made the coveted list of “Top 100 Hotels and Resorts in the World,” earning an overall score of 93.59. It was also ranked number six among the “Top 20 Resorts in New…

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Women’s Leadership Program with the Chamber

Lauren Haggerty, a senior associate in the graphics department, was recently selected to be part of the Women’s Leadership Program, through the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. Over the course of the year, Lauren will participate in leadership development opportunities at the Simmons School of Management, meet with senior women leaders from Greater Boston, make valuable peer connections, and learn important skills for career advancement. Congratulations to…

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Emerging Professionals in Sustainability

We’re proud of Jordan Zimmermann, whose efforts in the field of sustainability led to her selection as a runner up  for the 2015 Kate Goldstein award in Sustainability through NESEA.  The award honors an emerging professional in memory of Kate Goldstein, a PhD student at the MIT Building Technology department and a NESEA board member, in tribute to her legacy of leadership,…

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Arrowstreet on the Architect 50

Arrowstreet was recently named to the 2015 Architect 50, a ranking of the top architecture firms in the US in 2014 by Architect magazine. Firms are ranked in three categories–business, sustainability, and design–and are judged not only by financials but by important cultural measures. The Architect 50 strives to identify both small and large firms making a significant mark on…

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Arrowstreet Office Gets the Gold!

Our new office has achieved LEED ID+C: CI 2009 Gold certification! This signifies Arrowstreet’s commitment to sustainable design as well as a great studio environment for our staff. When Arrowstreet was considering a relocation of our offices, one of the things that we considered was the sustainable opportunities presented with relocatiing. Moving to downtown Boston allows for roughly 60% more…

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Banker & Tradesman Awards Luncheon

On July 17th, Banker & Tradesmen held their annual Women In Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate Award Luncheon, and Amy Korte was among the honorees. The award recognizes Massachusetts women who demonstrate talent, ambition, innovation, and philanthropy. B&T, along with a distinguished panel of judges, selected inspirational women who have achieved excellence and are making a difference. Learn more about Amy’s merit in our last blog post and view photos from the event here.

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1550 Main Street Lauded by BOMA Mid-Atlantic

1550 Main Street, designed by Arrowstreet, was awarded The Outstanding Building of the Year distinction by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) for the second consecutive year in a row. The former federal office building, owned MassDevelopment, was renovated as part of a strategy to help revitalize downtown Springfield, MA. Working together with MassDevelopment and the City of Springfield, Arrowstreet designed a comprehensive package of exterior and interior building renovations to convert the building into Class-A commercial offices with ground floor retail uses. In addition, Arrowstreet redesigned the central plaza to improve circulation and its position as a meeting place on Main Street.

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Banker & Tradesman Recognizes Amy Korté

Arrowstreet principal Amy Korté was chosen by Banker & Tradesman as a recipient of their Women In Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate award. The honor recognizes Massachusetts women who demonstrate talent, ambition, innovation, and philanthropy. B&T, along with a distinguished panel of judges, selected inspirational women who have achieved excellence and are making a difference. The recipients will be honored at a luncheon on Thursday, July 17th at 11:00 am at the Sheraton Commander Hotel. State Auditor Suzanne M. Bump will give the keynote speech.

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130 Brookline Receives Preservation Award

The Cambridge Historical Commission gave an award to MIT and its team for the preservation of 130 Brookline Street, a 1927 masonry building with generously over-sized windows. It was once known as the Chicago Auto Building, but had been long-neglected. The awards program celebrates outstanding efforts to preserve Cambridge’s historic character and built environment…

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Revere Wonderland Wins Award

I was fortunate to attend an award sponsored by Unilock at Showcase Live in Patriot Place. The event was a wonderful evening of fine dining and celebration. The award honored design professionals; Arrowstreet being amongst those honored with an award of Excellence in Design for the MBTA Wonderland Project located in Revere. It was an honor to accept the award on behalf of the design team who made calculated decisions to create what is an exceptional design.

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