Alumni Projects

The Boston Redevelopment Authority approved the 600 Harrison Avenue project

By: PHILLIP MARTIN  for NPR The Boston Redevelopment Authority board met at City Hall last night to review a dozen development projects that may soon add to the Boston skyline —

Aseana One, Aseana City: Manila, Philippines

Buds Wenceslao ’08 Managing Director, Aseana Holdings Inc. Aseana One is the first of four commercial projects in the company’s flagship development Aseana City. A 12-story office project with 215,000sf

Broadstone Enso, Pearl District, Portland, OR

Dan McCadden ‘96 Partner/Managing Director, Alliance Residential Company Portland’s Pearl District is getting a new mixed-use housing project designed and developed as a luxury apartment complex. Located at Northwest 14th Avenue

Penrose Square, Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA

Andrew Gutowski ‘86 Senior Vice President, Carbon Thompson Development Penrose Square is the redevelopment of a circa 1970 strip shopping center into an 800,000 square-foot transit-orientated mixed-use project (residential, retail,

Third and Bond: Brooklyn, NY

Alison Novak ’06 The Hudson Companies Inc., NYC Alan Bell ’77 (MIT DUSP) Principal, The Hudson Companies Inc., NYC A blow-by-blow development blog written by developers? It’s high time, thought

5-11 47th Ave: Long Island City, NY

Brent Carrier ’98 Vice President, Development, O’Connor Capital Partners A NYS Brownfields Cleanup Program site, this former 1.5 acre manufacturing facility (complete with EPA deed restriction against development) has now

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