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Last summer, the Clark Art Institute held an exhibition entitled “Unearthed.” The main attraction of the exhibition was a 5th Century, Chinese sarcophagus, built for Song Shaozu. The tomb was uncovered in the northern city of Datong by workers constructing dorms at a local college. Found fully intact and built in the style of the dwellings typical for the 5th Century, the tomb is a representation of what an ancient Chinese home looked like.
This year Allegrone Construction is honored to have received the Preservation Massachusetts Tsongas award under the category of Construction Planning.
The Preservation Massachusetts Tsongas Award, which took place on May 1, 2013 in Boston, MA, is to “recognize and celebrate the efforts and accomplishments of those individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to preserving the Commonwealth’s historic resources.
Originally built in 1959, the Edgewood Motel is being redeveloped to house the new corporate headquarters for Allegrone Construction. In addition, half of the 30,000-square-foot multifaceted “green” business park will be available to lease as high-performance Class A office space.
A $12 million redevelopment of the Howard Block and the Onota Building, (both prominent fixtures of downtown Pittsfield), will increase the supply of downtown market-rate rental apartments by about 39 new units over the next two years. Street-level commercial space will also be available.