The Future of Telehealth Beyond COVID-19

by John Fowler, AIA, EDAC, LEED AP, Associate Principal and Associate Partner at Margulies Perruzzi The Margulies Perruzzi Healthcare Studio is seeing the impacts of COVID-19 on space planning and design that will continue post- pandemic in several areas. In addition to considerations for being better prepared for a future pandemic, clients are evaluating the…

Compact Living Pilot Addresses Boston Housing Crisis

In dense, urban cities like Boston “affordable” and “housing” are rarely used in the same sentence. Young professionals, empty nesters, and couples planning to start a family are faced with moving outside the city limits to find a place that fits their budget and belongings. Two years ago, another option emerged in Boston designed to…

Overcoming development challenges in a crowded urban environment by Jonathan Miller

AUTHOR: Jonathan Miller, LBC Boston   Considered among the largest urban revitalization efforts in Massachusetts, the new Quincy Center will encompass more than 50 acres of mixed-use development in the heart of this crowded historic city.   Read entire article in the April 2018 issue of High Profile Monthly. (flip to pages 20-21)