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Allegrone News: Walker House in Lenox may find new life as 8 rental units

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LENOX — A badly run-down 1804 house in the Historic District is on the road to rescue.

In a rare, rapid display of unanimity, the Zoning Board of Appeals has enthusiastically approved a special permit from a subsidiary of the Allegrone Cos. for a $1 million historical restoration of Walker House in order to reopen it as eight market-rate rental apartments.

Click read more for a link to the full article. 

Read More Date: Aug 24, 2015 Posted in: Blog Residential Architecture/Design Tags: masonry, walker house

Allegrone Honored at 2015 Preservation Massachusetts Awards Dinner

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Preservation Massachusetts (PM) hosted the 2015 Annual Paul E. Tsongas Awards Dinner and honored 30 preservation projects across the Commonwealth.  The event was held at the Fairmont Copley Plaza in downtown Boston, celebrating transformative projects such as Lovejoy Wharf, the new Converse Headquarters in Boston's North End, the Burnham Building in Downtown, Boston, and Allegrone's preservation of The Howard Building, a collaboration with their project team of Durkee Brown Viveiros & Werenfels Architects and the Architectural Heritage Foundation.  Each of the 30 awardees took home the Paul E. Tsongas Award, Preservation Massachusetts' highest honor.  

Take a peak at the video below shown at the awards ceremony in honor of Allegrone and the preservation of The Howard Building.  Click read more below to learn more about the event and Preservation Massachusetts.

 

 

Allegrone In the News: Berkshire Place Opening Eyed for Late Fall

Berkshire Place Pittsfield, MA

Berkshire Place, currently located in a small building of 1888, is being reborn as a new 44,000 square foot facility at 290 South Street in Pittsfield, MA.  Allegrone Companies continues the progression of the long-awaited retirement home as construction manager. 

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PITTSFIELD -- Despite some harsh weather earlier this year, construction of a $10 million retirement home is on track, officials say, and the new facility could open before the snow flies again.

Construction on the 54-bed Berkshire Place began early last November at the site of the former St. Teresa's Church on South Street.

"The crew that's been working on this project has been fantastic," said Berkshire Place Executive Director Edward Forfa.

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Read the full article by the Berkshire Eagle here: http://www.berkshireeagle.com/News

Click here to open a PDF of the article: Berkshire Place Article 08.05.2014

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