On Thursday, the Nickerson team enjoyed a nigh out supporting our clients with three events across the city. With a mixture of grand opening parties and a most memorable fundraiser, the team was able to applaud various client projects that have come to life.
On behalf of Copley Wolff Design Group, Nickerson attended the grand opening of East Boston’s waterfront property, The Eddy. Those in attendance were able to mingle throughout various floor levels along with take tours of multiple apartment models, all while taking a peek of the priceless view. Outside, Copley Wolff’s outstanding landscape design could be seen in front and alongside the property, but nothing was as stunning as the patio landscape décor also created. Numerous plants and flowers adorned the outside setting, adding a sense of reclusiveness and tranquility. Heat lamps kept those warm while the Zakim, Tobin, and Boston’s famous skyline lit up the night being everyone’s main point of conversation.
For the night’s second event, Nickerson helped the team at Girard ring in the high-end property’s opening weekend in style as the stunning Eames Penthouse, roof deck, and two-bedroom model home were unveiled for family, friends, and colleagues. With a breathtaking sunset highlighting panoramic Boston skyline views as a backdrop, we took in the property’s one-of-a-kind contemporary design infused with a mid-century modern flair. Located in the South End, Girard includes 160 apartments with homes available for immediate move-in.
The night’s third event entailed the Lynn Wolff Fundraiser, which was recently established to honor the memory and work of the late Lynn Wolff, FASLA, President and Principal of CWDG who passed away earlier this year. Stemming from the Lynn Wolff Fund is an annual grant, which is given to one exceptional candidate or project that builds common ground through a design improvement within the public realm. Held on the fourth floor roof deck at 75 State St. in Boston, one of CWDG’s most notable projects, the property offered a perfect setting to commemorate Wolff’s contributions to the landscape design industry. The grant was awarded to the Women’s Lunch Place (WLP), a Boston-based day community for women experiencing homelessness or poverty. The allotted amount will help build an outdoor garden, visible from Berkeley and Newbury Street in Boston that will form the entrance to WLP, and will be tended by volunteers and guests of the program.
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