ICON Architecture Wins "Best Mixed-Use Community Development" and "Best Net-Zero/Passive House"

We are pleased to announce that ICON Architecture has been awarded "Best Mixed-Use Community Development" and "Best Net-Zero/Passive House" by the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston! The 2017 PRISM Awards took place on October 12, 2017, and recognized a variety of projects and

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Help Support CHAPA's Housing Day!

As a proud sponsor of CHAPA, ICON Architecture is helping to spread the word to gain support of the 2017 Housing Day at The State House.

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Development Continues at Olmsted Green

Tuesday marked a big day for not only ICON Architecture, but for Boston housing all together. A ground-breaking ceremony took place at the ICON-designed Olmsted Green development, which celebrated the addition of 41-units of townhomes to the existing Mattapan community.

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UML Fabric Discovery Center featured on Fox25 Boston

The ICON designed Fabric Discovery Center at UMass Lowell was featured last night on Fox25 Boston. Once finished, the Fabric Discovery Center will occupy the bottom two floors of 110 Canal Street, which ICON has already renovated the core, shell, and top two floors of. 

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ICON's 112 Rantoul Street Breaks Ground in Beverly

Last week, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and Beverly Mayor Michael Cahill helped break ground at one of ICON's latest transit-oriented developments at 112 Rantoul Street. The 67 unit development sits adjacent to the Beverly Depot Commuter rail station, which was formerly a vacant site.

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The Distillery North + Passive House Showcased by NESEA

One of ICON's latest projects, The Distillery North, was featured at NESEA's most recent Building Energy Pro Tours. NESEA is the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association which aims at bettering the environment with better building techniques.

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ICON's 60 King Street Breaks Ground in Providence, RI

ICON's latest project to break ground this week was in Providence, RI at 60 King Street, which is the site of the former Imperial Knife Factory. Expected to be completed by the Fall of 2018, this Olneyville development will provide 60 new apartments to the community.

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UML Fabric Discovery Center Receives Major State Grant

The University of Massachusetts Lowell and ICON Architecture are teaming up once again. This time, ICON is designing a state-of-the-art Fabric Discovery Center on the first two floors of the Freudenberg building.

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Our office is located in Boston's Downtown Crossing Neighborhood, easily accessible via the MBTA and Commuter Rail. The Downtown Crossing station services both the Red and Orange lines, with access to the Park Street station (green line). South Station services all Commuter Rail lines that run west and south, and is located two blocks away.

Parking is available on Chauncy Street in the Hyatt Hotel Garage.

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