NACA, Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America, is relocating their corporate offices to Jackson Square, Roxbury, MA. This project transforms a former planned retail space with 22 foot high ceilings into an office use with an inserted mezzanine level. The office will reflect a modern industrial feeling by leaving the existing piping, ductwork, etc. exposed. The program… Read more »
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The majestic Greek Revival mansion, built in 1833 for Margaret Pickens Forbes, now contains treasures of the Forbes family, including a China Trade collection of 19th-century porcelain, paintings, furniture and unique objects.
Massachusetts’s housing supply is not meeting demand. One solution is infill development. With thoughtful design strategies, new development can be integrated into existing neighborhood fabric with respect to block patterns, scale, building features, landscaping and other characteristics. Mixing housing with office, retail and restaurant uses allows for compact, efficient land use with opportunities for short… Read more »