LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING + URBAN DESIGN
Halvorson Design is a Boston-based firm providing professional landscape architectural, site planning and urban design services to a broad range of public, private and institutional clients. Since its founding in 1980, the firm has helped clients realize their goals with exemplary landscapes and urban open spaces that resonate and inspire.
Halvorson Design’s collaborative approach and attention to detail have earned the firm a national reputation for responsive, imaginative and sustainable designs that endure and adapt to the evolving nature of our environments.
IN THE NEWS...
City and State officials gathered to celebrate the ribbon cutting for the new River House at South Street Landing, a transformative P3 project developed by GMH Capital Partners and Wexford Science & Technology, LLC with architecture by SGA and landscape architecture by Halvorson Design.
The Patriot Ledger reports that the design for improvements to the East Milton Square Deck and surrounding roadways is nearly complete. Halvorson Design has been collaborating with engineers Howard Stein Hudson and the Town of Milton to create a flexible, welcoming public park on the Milton Square Deck that features an open lawn, surrounded by trees, and will be able to host community events.
Final plans for the renovations are expected to be completed by August, with construction beginning next spring.
Tremont Crossing, a new mixed-use complex in Roxbury that has been in the works for several years, is expected to break ground this summer.
The Boston Planning & Development Agency gave final approval to Feldco Development and Emma Lewis Partners to lease the site, which sets the stage for the development team to begin work on the proposed 1.7-million-square-foot complex featuring more than 700 apartments, offices, a new museum of National Center of Afro-American Artists, over 400,000 square feet of retail, and parking for nearly 1,400 cars. Halvorson Design is providing landscape architecture for the 7.5-acre site.