Recent months have seen a second wind for the historic Brick Market Place, thanks to the ongoing renovation efforts of Schochet Associates, a development and property management company located in downtown Boston. Boasting over four acres of retail along America's Cup Ave., Brick Market Place has long been a treasured shopping destination in the city, and now sees a bright future as a centerpiece to the economic revitalization of the city's historic downtown area.
"The future is already here," points out Daniel Gehman, AIA, LEED AP and principal at TCA (Thomas P. Cox: Architects). With an accelerated pace of innovation evident in the past five to 10 years, industry observers believe that the groundwork is already being set for the apartment of 2020. While anything is possible, those interviewed for this special report agree "the paradigm is shifting to denser spaces that are highly amenitized," as Gehman puts it.
Ten health care facilities employ creative land use strategies to integrate medical care and wellness services into their communities.
Schochet Associates announced that Albert Rodiger has joined the company as its vice president of acquisitions and development.
As seen in the Berkshire Eagle, Great Barrington board signs off on Searles land.
Landing cleared: Great Barrington Selectmen pick Berkshire Development's residential proposal, as seen in the Berkshire Eagle.
MassHousing recently honored more than 90 property management companies in Massachusetts for their success in contracting with Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (M/WBEs) for $54.7 million in goods and services during fiscal year 2007.
Retirement Housing Foundation is pleased to recognize Walter K Winchester and Jay R. Schochet with the Chair's Citation Award.
Fresh Pond Associates Limited Partnership Invests in the Future of Young Cambridge Citizens
MassHousing's Board of Directors voted today to approve a $14.4 million loan commitment to preserve affordability at Mason Place, a 127-unit development for low-income seniors in Boston. The building, which at one time was the home of the Boston Herald and Traveler Newspaper, sits adjacent to Millennium Place in the city's fashionable Ladder District.