Author Archives for dave

Sustainable Design in Boston: The Creation of a Beautiful Passive House in Somerville, MA
Published September 21, 2020 | By

Somerville is a city northwest of Boston with a population of over 80,000 spread over roughly four square miles. It’s the most densely populated municipality in all of Massachusetts, and ranks 16th in the entire US in population density. My Alma Mater, Tufts University has its campus there on the Medford border–many good memories there. … View Article

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Spotlight On: Boston’s South End
Published September 11, 2020 | By

Payton Chung from DC, USA / CC BY   Should I Purchase and Remodel a Home in the South End of Boston? First of all, what exactly IS Boston’s South End? It’s not Southie or South Boston…and although you’ve likely heard of the South End and its creative vibe, you haven’t seen it in Goodwill… View Article

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Spotlight On: Beacon Hill
Published September 1, 2020 | By

Das Nili / CC BY-SA   Why Purchase and Remodel a Home in Beacon Hill, Boston? Looking to purchase or remodel a home in Beacon Hill? Here’s our take: Beacon Hill is one of the most elegant and affluent areas of Boston and one of the truly unique, classy, and historical neighborhoods in all of… View Article

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Why Boston’s top Luxury Real Estate Advisors Are Turning to Architectural Design Build for Their Clients.
Published August 25, 2020 | By

By David Supple, Tufts Architecture Graduate. NEDC CEO.   Why are Boston’s top Real Estate Advisors turning to Architectural Design Build? The answer is simple–Boston is a thought leader in Real Estate decision making and Architectural Design Build is the future of innovative home creation. Boston is a leading city and trendsetter in the United… View Article

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Spotlight: Chestnut Hill, Boston
Published August 21, 2020 | By

Bestbudbrian / CC BY-SA   Why Purchase and Remodel a Home in Chestnut Hill, Boston? Considering buying or remodeling a family home in Chestnut Hill? Here’s our take: The trendy and elegant Boston suburb of Chestnut Hill has evolved into a decidedly upscale, tree-lined haven established as one of the most classically striking Boston venues… View Article

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Spotlight: Back Bay Boston
Published August 12, 2020 | By

Boston Back Bay Reflection – Robbie Shade / CC BY   Should You Purchase and Remodel a Home in Back Bay, Boston? Looking to buy or remodel a house in Back Bay? Here’s our take: Simply put, if you are professional living in or moving to Boston, Back Bay is where you want to be…. View Article

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Black Influence in Architecture & Building Mastery
Published July 31, 2020 | By

Tuskegee University   Tuskegee University and The Founders Who Forged the Future of Education  The intention of this article is to properly recognize a key cultural institution and the individuals who created it. In doing so, I hope to convey a long-overdue appreciation for its legacy of knowledge, competence, and practical proficiency that is unique… View Article

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Spotlight: Somerville, MA
Published July 7, 2020 | By

Why Should I Purchase And Remodel A Home In Somerville, MA? Sunrise over Mystic River   Looking to purchase or remodel a home in Somerville, Massachusetts?   Here’s our take: Middlesex County in Massachusetts is home to the town of Somerville, a long-standing suburb of Boston with a population of 80,000. Cambridge is directly south of… View Article

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Spotlight: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Published June 25, 2020 | By

Daderot / Public domain   Should you purchase and remodel a home in Cambridge, Mass? There is a distinct beauty to Cambridge, Massachusetts. Just across the river from Boston, the brick exteriors give the city the homey feel of England or Europe.  The Charles River separates Cambridge from Boston, and as a resident you can… View Article

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