Passive House Q&A with ICON's Michelle Apigian

Banker & Tradesman recently sat down with ICON's Associate Principal and Sustainability Leader, Michelle Apigian. To learn more, please read below.

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Holzer Park Project on Amory Street Moves Forward!

We are excited to share that the ICON-designed Holzer Park Project is moving forward! The sixty-two new family-sized apartments in this transit oriented location near the orange line has officially secured its funding from the city and state.

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ICON Architecture helps to Revive Paul Rudolph's Brutalist Plaza

ICON Architecture is in the closing stages of a project with DCAMM for the Paul Rudolph-designed Charles F. Hurley Building’s Plaza Upgrade.

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Groundbreaking at Fitchburg City Hall

Last week, ICON Architecture joined Fitchburg Mayor Stephen DiNatale and other City Officials for the groundbreaking of the City Hall Campus Renovation.

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60 King Receives "Outstanding Smart Growth Project Award" by Grow Smart RI

We are pleased to announce that the ICON-designed 60 King has received the "Outstanding Smart Growth Project Award" by Grow Smart Rhode Island!

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FSU and City of Fitchburg Cut Ribbon on Game Design Studio + ideaLab

We are pleased to announce that Fitchburg State University and the City of Fitchburg have officially marked another milestone with the ribbon-cutting of the Game Design Studio + ideaLab. All within walking distance from one another, ICON is also the architect behind the Main Street Theatre,

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ICON featured in SCUP's Planning for Higher Education Journal

ICON's Ned Collier has been published in the latest Planning for Higher Education Journal by SCUP.

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The Renaissance Unfolding in Fitchburg

The renovation of the BF Brown School, as described by speakers, is the “tipping point” of the Renaissance unfolding in Fitchburg.

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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.

101 Summer Street Boston, MA 02110