Monthly archives: October 2018

Posted by Jan Goldstein

MNN Conference: Nonprofits leading the way in diversity and equity

October 18, 2018 In Nonprofit Leave a comment

© Leise Jones Photography If Massachusetts Nonprofit Network’s annual conference is any indication, the Commonwealth’s nonprofit sector is thriving. More than 650 people spent the day networking, gaining practical knowledge,

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Posted by Lauren Michaels

SM& CEO Helene Solomon at WLI Speakeasy, An Evening of Curated Conversations

October 12, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

This year’s annual ULI Fall Meeting brought thousands of bright minds across industries and the country to learn about national and local trends affecting today’s real estate market. As part

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Posted by Katie Daigle

Here for ULI? Check Out Boston’s Urban Land

October 4, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

Boston has a unique architectural landscape. Buildings with stunning glass façades stand adjacent to those that are centuries old, representing the ever-evolving interplay between Boston’s past and innovative future. In

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Posted by Solomon McCown Staff

Framing the Dialogue: A Celebration of 15 years

October 4, 2018 In SM& Team Leave a comment

In 2003, Helene Solomon and Ashley McCown came together to form Solomon McCown & Company (SM&), a Boston-based public relations firm committed to the highest standards; that raised the bar

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Posted by Michelle Cassidy

If you’re at the ULI Fall Meeting, Here’s Where to Eat Lunch

October 3, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

Almost as busy as Boston’s real estate scene is the city’s food scene. Below are a few of our favorite places to grab lunch while attending this week’s ULI Fall

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Posted by Conor Yunits

Do you like beer, ULI attendees?

October 3, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

October is a great month to visit Boston. The leaves are changing, the Red Sox are in the playoffs and the crisp cool air welcomes out-of-towners to autumn in New

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Posted by Samantha Trombley

Thoughtful Placemaking: Key Takeaways from NAIOP’s “Unicorns of Development”

October 2, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

As Boston development surges, developers and urban planners are implementing strategic placemaking strategies aimed at connecting people within the areas they share. We recently attended NAIOP’s “Development Unicorns: Neighborhood Game

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