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A Front-Row Seat on Lab Construction Boom

A Front-Row Seat on Lab Construction Boom

By Steve Adams | Banker & Tradesman Staff | Jan 17, 2021 | Reprints | Unlock Link

Imran Khan’s role as director of science at Boston-based architects Margulies Perruzzi places him squarely in the forefront of the region’s R&D development boom. A 25-year veteran of the Boston-area architecture industry, Khan has designed office- lab space for industry leaders.

A Marketing Home Run in Worcester

A Marketing Home Run in Worcester

By Diane McLaughlin | Banker & Tradesman Staff | Jan 10, 2021 | Reprints

When Country Bank President and CEO Paul Scully looks out his living room window in downtown Worcester, he can see the Worcester Red Sox’s new home of Polar Park and its 56-foot Country Bank sign above the right-field wall.

Community Banker Now Leads Credit Union

Community Banker Now Leads Credit Union

By Diane McLaughlin | Banker & Tradesman Staff | Dec 27, 2020 | Reprints | Unlock Link

Andrea White had never worked at a credit union before October, when she became president and CEO of Somerville-based Naveo Credit Union. But for White, her career in community banking – which started when she had a summer job as a teller during college – has prepared her to lead

An Advocate for Design Innovation and Preservation

An Advocate for Design Innovation and Preservation

By Steve Adams | Banker & Tradesman Staff | Dec 20, 2020 | Reprints | Unlock Link

Mark Pasnik looks to Boston’s bold design choices of the past for guidance shaping the future face of the city. Pasnik is the author of “Heroic: Concrete Architecture and the New Boston,” which examines the role of modernist designs in the heyday of the city’s urban renewal era.

Turning Brownfields into Green

Turning Brownfields into Green

By James Sanna | Dec 6, 2020 | Reprints | Unlock Link

For 24 years, Bob Delholme and Charter has been at the center of projects as complex as decontaminating the Encore Boston Harbor casino site. He and his company Charter are now taking a central role in unlocking Lynn’s industrial waterfront for future development.

A New Housing Compact for Allston

A New Housing Compact for Allston

By Steve Adams | Banker & Tradesman Staff | Nov 1, 2020 | Reprints | Unlock Link

Developer LBC Boston is seeking approval for the largest project yet to be approved under Boston’s two-year-old compact living pilot. Margarita Kvacheva is helping guide the $140 million Allston Green project. a three-building complex spanning 256,000 square feet and 350 apartments at the corner of Linden and Pratt streets in Allston.

Tearing Away Walls to Reveal the Bones of Buildings

Tearing Away Walls to Reveal the Bones of Buildings

By Steve Adams | Banker & Tradesman Staff | Oct 25, 2020 | Reprints | Unlock Link

CBT’s Maren Reepmeyer played a key role in designing Fidelity Investments’ Seaport World Trade Center at Commonwealth Pier, redesigning office space for collaboration, eliminating the aging meeting hall and adding new retail on Seaport Boulevard and outdoor public spaces on the Boston Harborwalk.

Helping Early Stage Fintechs

Helping Early Stage Fintechs

By Diane McLaughlin | Banker & Tradesman Staff | Sep 27, 2020 | Reprints | Unlock Link

FinTech Sandbox had expected to welcome thousands of people to Boston this week for its fourth annual FinTech Week. But despite the pandemic – the conference has been rescheduled until March 2021 – the nonprofit still has big news: a new executive director in the person of Kelly Fryer.

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