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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