Our client, Chevron Partners, conducted a tour with the Boston Business Journal for a sneak-peek of their latest project, Sears Crescent — located at 38-68 Cornhill St./100 City Hall Plaza in Boston’s Government Center. The building dates back to 1816 and barely missed out on demolition as crews worked to clear a space to build Boston City Hall in the 1960's. Now, the office’s 8-foot curved windows overlook Boston City Hall and the recently built MBTA Government Center station.
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Patriots receiver Danny Amendola was sans girlfriend Olivia Culpo at Thursday’s opening of Life Time Athletic in Chestnut Hill. Amendola hung around long enough to chat with Life Time Athletic founder and chairman Bahram Akradi and to meet with some club members.
Excitement is in the air with the arrival of warmer weather—until the reality of humidity, frizz, and sun-exposed hair come tumbling back. Mario Russo Creative Director, Sal Malafronte, sat down with bostoncommon-magazine.com about keeping your hair looking its best in Boston’s humid conditions. To check out Sal's tips & tricks, click here.
Boston Globe reporter, Janelle Nanos, sat down with Life Time CEO and VP of Communications to talk about their third club opening in Massachusetts in Chestnut Hill. To read the full article, click here.
Our partner, Life Time Fitness, opened their 125th club and third in Massachusetts last Thursday, 6/1 in Chestnut Hill. The new club is location on the site of the old Atrium Mall—spanning roughly 120,000 square feet—inclluding eight group fitness studios, ample cardio and weight machines, areas for small group and personal training, a spa, a salon, a kids’ club, a medical office, a café, and even a bar.
Take a peek look inside the new club via Boston Magazine.
The Boston Globe gives its readers an inside look into the apartment complex you always stare at from the expressway - our client, Troy Boston.
"In an evolving neighborhood where residential towers are replacing low-slung factories and brick businesses, Troy Boston is a two-building apartment complex viewed by thousands daily from the Southeast Expressway. And for those who have been immobilized by traffic and wondered what it must be like to live there, the answer is: It’s pretty nice."
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We launched luxury eyewear brand Oliver Peoples twenty-fifth retail location and first Boston destination on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. The new boutique is modeled after the libraries and universities for which Boston is known for. The store’s interiors feature a wood flooring pattern inspired by the Celtic’s court at TD Garden and rich burgundy leather details modeled after leather accents often found in university designs. Seen at the opening event were Boston’s elite philanthropists, socialites, and business executives including Olivia Ives-Flores, Ricardo Rodriguez, Tonya Mezrich, and Gina de Wolfe, to name a few.
Our client, Maison Vernon, was featured in forbes.com's latest story titled, "10 Hot Properties For Your Viewing Pleasure."
Boston, a resilient city who’s architecture has survived sharp criticism, is getting a fresh coat of European design-meets-modern American grandeur from Chevron Partners, an investment, asset and property management company whose burgeoning Maison Collection is dedicated to preserving and renovating some of the city’s iconic residences. The latest example—grand Maison Vernon, seven floor-through residences (2,300 to 4,000 square feet) by architects Meyer & Meyer, located in the coveted Beacon Hill neighborhood. Maison Vernon’s duplex penthouse (with interiors by principal Laura Meyer) boasts a rooftop suite with motorized sliding glass walls, situated on a 1,900-square-foot private terrace with 360-degree unobstructed city and river views. Historic elements remain—including a fully-restored red brick-and-carved limestone façade, a custom wrought iron and mirrored elevator, wrap-around staircases, and curated art lobby.
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