Boston Real Estate Times recently featured Finegold Alexander Principal Ellen Anselone, AIA, LEED. Ellen Anselone: Designing Award-winning Adaptive Reuse Projects in Boston’s Most Significant Locations discusses Ellen’s bountiful portfolio of adaptive reuse projects around Boston, including the award-winning The Lucas project and in-progress 727 Mass Ave, as well as 260 High Park a church-conversion project in Toronto, ON. As Finegold Alexander’s leader in the development and real estate markets, Ellen has played critical roles in many of our projects. Not only is she recognized for her creative and sustainable designs, Ellen also is also credited for her extensive industry involvement in numerous organizations including CREW Boston, Urban Land Institute (ULI), the WULI Women’s Leadership Initiative Council, and is a member of the AIA and BSA and serves as a board member of the Milton Historical Commission.
“Anselone delivers design excellence that is at once responsive to a client’s need as well as sensitive to the neighboring context; highly sustainable and confident and fresh in approach. Whether new construction, adaptive reuse, preservation or restoration for higher education institutions, developers or library clients, Anselone’s projects are often transformative in terms of placemaking, identity, brand, and the user experience.” - Boston Real Estate Times
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