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  1. Seaport Circle

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    Seaport Circle is a new type of project– a hybrid building/landscape that fosters opportunities for social impact, enriches the environment, and creates economic opportunities for all. We believe our impact as designers, developers, builders, and investors should be measured not only by what we build, but also by how much we positively influence people’s lives, the environment, and the economy during the full lifespan of the project.

  2. Benjamin Banneker Academic High School

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    Moody Nolan, as Associate Architect to Perkins Eastman, teamed to modernized the former Shaw Junior High School to now house Benjamin Banneker Academic High School. The high school houses grade 9 through grade 12 and is one of DCPS’ International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program sites. With the modernization of the former junior high school, the school can now accommodate an enrollment of 800 students by 2025.

  3. Friedman Wrestling Center Renovation and Addition

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    The Friedman Wrestling Center, completed in 2002, is the nation’s only stand-alone facility devoted entirely to collegiate wrestling. Cornell’s wrestling program has won 16 consecutive Ivy League titles and graduated six national champions since 2010. Named for alumnus Stephen Friedman and Trustee Barbara Benioff Friedman, the 16,000 gross sq. ft. building features a 900-seat arena, a student lounge, and locker/training rooms.

  4. Parcel 25

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    The approximately 585,000 sq. ft. newly constructed development will create an iconic visual accent at the southern end of the existing Greenway and a signature visual “moment” appropriate to the view of commuters and visitors arriving in Boston.

  5. Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport

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    Moody Nolan is an Associate Architect with Elkus Manfredi Architects on the 1055-room, full-service hotel adjacent to the Boston Convention and Exhibit Center (BCEC). Moody Nolan is responsible for the interior architecture and interior design for the project in association with Waldrop Nichols.