Harvard Graduate School of Design Case Study: Creating Density and Diversity in Suburban America. This study focuses on how the City of Waltham encouraged and worked closely with our team to promote an environment that culminated in Cronin’s Landing. The study discusses how the development of Cronin’s Landing led to the revitalization of the Moody Street area and downtown Waltham, MA.
Harvard Graduate School of Design Case Study: Waltham Hospital Redevelopment. This case focuses on our decision-making relative to the challenge of transforming a failing hospital. Professor Richard Peiser regularly uses this case to investigate risk-reward decision-making with his executive program students.
Urban Land Institute (ULI) Publication: Regenerating Older Suburbs, A chapter on the Moody Street Redevelopment by Alex Duval and Kjersti Monson, edited by Richard B. Peiser and Adrienne Schmitz. This chapter provides a concise narrative of the public and private initiatives that occurred leading up to the successful creation of Cronin’s Landing and its positive effects on this section of Waltham.
Massachusetts Historical Commission Award. This was granted to recognize the architecturally significant restoration of The Associates Block in Arlington, MA—one component of our successful development.
Boston Society of Architects, Design Excellence in Housing Award. This was awarded in 2000 for Cronin’s Landing, Waltham, MA.
AIA New York Housing Design Awards Jury Citation for Community Revitalization. This was awarded in July 2000 for Cronin’s Landing, Waltham, MA.