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Following a decade of evolving plans for this prime location above the Zakim Bridge and adjacent to Boston's TD Garden/North Station complex, Avalon North Station was recently completed and is a premier residential and mixed-use development. The project is in the heart of a neighborhood undergoing rapid and dramatic transition, as underutilized parcels of urban land are reclaimed, replaced, and revived. Read More

The noteworthy design of 121 Seaport has been carefully choreographed to promote sustainable design within the Seaport, enhance neighborhood vibrancy, and innovation within the building. This 17-story 450,000-square-foot Class-A office building is optimally located at the corner of Seaport Boulevard and East Service Road.   Read More

Conceived as a hub for biotechnology, central components of Watermark West include offices and laboratories for biotech and innovation companies, entertainment and recreation facilities, and retail spaces that are woven together by extensive public amenities including restaurants, outdoor parks, and a small kayak facility on a canal that feeds into the Charles River. Read More

A central component to CBT’s award-winning NorthPoint development, Twenty | 20 is a 400,000-square-foot mixed-use development that offers 355 residential units as lofts, studios, and one-, two-, and three-bedroom options, with 8,600 square feet of retail at the ground level. The fourth floor features amenity space with outdoor terraces, sweeping views, frontage along the NorthPoint Common Park, a club/media room, library, café, fitness center/yoga terrace, indoor basketball halfcourt, and outdoor courtyard lounge. Read More

This sleek 30-story building, currently in construction, will bring 240 rental apartments, 109 condominiums, a rooftop pool deck, luxury amenities and two stories of retail to the rapidly-evolving Fenway neighborhood. Read More

The campus of Liberty Mutual’s headquarters serves as impressive combination of historical and artistic honor as well as new construction and innovation. Liberty Mutual wanted its space to reflect their longstanding reputation as a Boston-based company, committed to maintaining the integrity of the arts and culture its city. The goal was to incorporate green-friendly initiatives while still remaining respectful to the existing campus neighborhood. Read More

Harvard University sought to restore the Memorial Hall Tower spire which was destroyed by fire in 1956. First designed by two Harvard graduates in 1874, the building commemorates Harvard men of the Union Army who died in the Civil War. Extensive research was conducted to assist in selecting the most appropriate approach for reconstruction, and the final design was selected because it best captured the building’s architectural style and sense of history. Read More

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