Connecticut Main Street Center Summit

Join Bob Stevens at the Connecticut Main Street Center Summit – Hidden In Plain Sight: Turning Old Buildings Into Productive New Uses February 28th in Hartford or March 1st in Norwalk CT.

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2019 Massachusetts Association of Planning Directors Conference

S&A Team Leader, Mark Westa, ASLA joins Peter Flinker, Principal of Dodson & Flinker and Ted Brovitz, Founder of Brovitz Community Planning & Design for the 2019 Massachusetts Association of Planning Directors Conference.

 

During the Master Planning and Implementation Strategies to Help Downtown and Village Centers Get Ready for the New Economy session, Mark will discuss how Stevens & Associates and M&S Development work to overcome the economic barriers to mixed-use downtown projects through innovative financing strategies, including the use of historic or New Market tax credits and “community-supported development.

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VIM – Bennington’s Putnam Block, Revitalizing the Past for the Future

Working to revitalize 4 acres and 3 historic buildings in a downtown National Historic District is an extraordinary undertaking. Learn more about this project and how S&A, M&S Development and a dedicated group of organizations are transforming a community by reading, “Bennington’s Putnam Block, Revitalizing the Past for the Future” in Vermont Innovator Magazine – Spring 2019 issue.

M&S Welcomes Katie Stuart-Buckley To The Team As Development Director

M&S Development welcomes Katie Stuart-Buckley to their team as Director of Project Development. Katie’s experience as a municipal official, housing developer, and most recently as the Commissioner of Housing & Community Development in the Agency of Commerce & Community Development for the State of Vermont, means she is uniquely qualified to support the M&S mission of Empowering Community Revitalization. As Director of Project Development, she will lead M&S to provide real estate development, capital sourcing, and deal-structuring services to projects which benefit economically challenged communities. Katie understands the fundamentals required for economic growth and social vitality within rural and distressed communities and is committed to advancing projects grounded in the responsible development of our cities and towns. Her years of dedication to the region and the State of Vermont are evident through her service as a board member with the Preservation Trust of Vermont, Vermont Downtown Development Board, Vermont Housing Finance Agency, Windham Regional Commission, Vermont Disaster Recovery Fund, and the Friends of Algiers Village. According to Katie, “The key to unlocking the rural economy is the revitalization of our historic downtowns and villages. At M&S, we work to reimagine Main Street for the 21st century by creating places for people of all ages and incomes to live, work and play.”

Prior to her appointment by the Governor, Katie held leadership roles involving municipal management and finance, sensitive redevelopment of historic buildings for adaptive reuse, non-profit affordable housing, and community and economic development.

Katie is excited to collaborate with Stevens & Associates to provide a suite of services to support transformative downtown projects and community revitalization.  To learn more visit: Stevens & Associates, P.C.

 

Vermont Statewide Housing Conference 2018

Stevens & Associates and M&S Development are looking forward to presenting at the Vermont Statewide Housing Conference 2018.

On November 14th, look for Jillian Tomaselli, AIA and Martha Ratcliffe to speak during the Small Living Spaces-Municipal and Developer Considerations workshop. Bob Stevens, PE will present during the case study-oriented workshop, Economic Development. Trends, living spaces, and economic tools will be addressed during these sessions.

Join us and register at https://www.vhfa.org/conference/register-to-attend