Finegold Alexander's Adaptive Reuse Expertise Spotlighted in Banker & Tradesman

The Godfrey Hotel Entrance
April 15, 2024
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We are thrilled to be featured in Banker & Tradesman, highlighting our firm's expertise in adaptive reuse projects within Boston's evolving hospitality sector. The article underscores the pivotal role of adaptive reuse in revitalizing the city's hotel inventory amidst the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Finegold Alexander principal, Ellen Anselone, sheds light on the transformative potential of repurposing historic properties for hotel developments. She highlights our firm's successful completion of the Godfrey Hotel project in Downtown Crossing, which stands as a prime example of our commitment to preserving architectural heritage while meeting contemporary hospitality standards.

Exterior of The Godfrey Hotel - photo by Gustav Hoiland

Ellen emphasizes the advantages of adaptive reuse, including streamlined development processes and access to tax incentives for historic preservation. Through our meticulous design approach and collaboration with developers, we aim to unlock the hidden potential of Boston's historic buildings, breathing new life into the city's urban landscape.

As Boston's hospitality market navigates challenges in new construction, our firm stands ready to innovate through adaptive reuse, contributing to the city's sustainable urban development goals. We look forward to continuing our partnership with developers and stakeholders to create exceptional hotel experiences rooted in Boston's rich architectural legacy.

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