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‘Everyone’s Trying to One-Up Each Other’

Copley Wolf Design Group has a hand in designing green spaces and outdoor gathering spots at many of Greater Boston’s multifamily developments and office building updates. Sean Sanger joined the Boston-based landscape architecture firm in 2000 and was named a principal in 2012. The firm is participating in such projects as redevelopment of the Mary Ellen McCormack housing complex in South Boston and Davis Cos.’ Alewife Research Center life science complex in Cambridge. In Boston’s North End, it’s leading the restoration of a garden and installation of a glass and water feature at the Old North Church. Last year, Copley Wolff relocated and expanded its headquarters from 160 Boylston St. to 10 Post Office Square in the Financial District.

Conversion On The Canal

Boston-based WinnCompanies is gearing up for its next mill conversion project in Lowell after recently completing the $20-million repositioning of another old industrial property in the city into a modern apartment building. Located in the 90,000-square-foot Hamilton Manufacturing complex in Lowell, WinnCompanies’ Counting House Lofts has already rented out 50 of 52 new apartments within

Tunnel Troubles in Fort Point

Approval of Related Beal’s 1.1 million-square-foot Channelside development in Boston’s Fort Point hinges partly on whether the buildings can avoid placing additional weight upon the parking lot that sits 10 feet above the Interstate 90 tunnel.