Boston Retail & Mixed-Use

Arrowstreet’s Amy Korte, David Bois, and Sean Selby, will be attending Bisnow’s Boston Retail & Mixed-Use on Thursday, September 28. Panelists will discuss the future of retail and how construction and design impacts the success of a retailer.

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BSA’s Designing in Boston

Come learn about the path to getting large buildings approved in the city of Boston on Tuesday, July 18 at 6pm. This session led by Arrowstreet’s Senior Associate Jason King, will address the challenges and opportunities of building a large project through a case study specific to downtown Boston— Congress Square. This event is the second in a series about…

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200 Sidney & 40 Erie Certified LEED C&S Gold!

We are excited to announce that the 200 Sidney Street and 40 Erie Street buildings have achieve LEED C&S Gold Certification! These two buildings, along with one other, are part of the Sidney Research Campus that Arrowstreet re-positioned into a life sciences center in Cambridge.

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New Exterior Photos of 200 Sidney Research Campus

With the trees in full bloom and warm sunny weather finally in Boston, we ventured outside to update our images of the 200 Sidney Research Campus to capture the outdoor amenity space that complements the new campus. In partnership with CBA Landscapes Architects, the exterior courtyard includes outdoor ping pong tables, concrete pavers ready for seasonal food trucks, contemporary benches…

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Congress Square Discussion at BSA Placemaking Network

Join Arrowstreet’s Principal, Scott Pollack and Related Beals’ Executive Vice President, Stephen Faber, speak at the BSA/AIA’s upcoming Placemaking Network meeting on March 27th. Scott and Stephen will share the exciting transformation underway on Related Beal’s and Arrowstreet’s additions and renovations to six buildings at the corners of Water Street, Devonshire Street, and Congress Street into a new 13-story boutique…

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Workforce Housing and Innovation Tenants

BisNow’s “The Future of Cambridge:  Innovation, Community Engineering and the Spread of the Kendall Square Phenomenon,” moderated by our old friend Rich McKinnon, was an interesting, insightful discussion between public (Tom Evans, the Executive Director of the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority, and Iram Farooq, Assistant City Manager of the City of Cambridge), and private (Alex Twining, CEO Twining Properties, and Lawrence…

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Walking East Boston with ULI

This week a few of us attended a ULI walking tour of East Boston’s waterfront development. We enjoyed a water taxi ride over, and visited residential projects at various stages of development — one plans to lease by August, while another recently completed permitting. Each development has a retail component and public access to the water, including new water taxi…

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