Adapting Architecture for Contemporary Conditions

Adapting historic structures to 21st century real estate needs is a big part of Özge Diler Himes’ role at Boston-based Finegold Alexander Architects, where she’s working on options for interior renovations to The First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston.

Personnel File

Architects, bankers, builders developers and real estate agents all made big career moves in recent weeks. See who’s been promoted and hired in this week’s Personnel File.

Boulevard Condos Set to Open in August

The Boulevard, the first residential building to be constructed along Boston’s Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway since the dismantling of the elevated Central Artery, is on track for completion in August.

Building On A Solid Foundation

Rebecca Berry was recently elected president of Boston-based Finegold Alexander Architects, a firm that has carved out a niche in preservation and adaptive reuse projects over five decades. A triple-MIT graduate, Berry served as a construction supervisor with Americorps, building homes in Georgia, Alabama, Romania and Hungary.