Founded in 2014, Michael D'Angelo
Landscape Architecture is a Boston based design firm focusing on
creating contemporary residential, institutional, and commercial
brings a decade of experience to the firm as a Landscape
Architect. Mike has served as Project Manager for a number of prominent
projects in Boston including the streetscape and pocket park design for
Liberty Mutual’s corporate headquarter expansion project in Boston’s
historic Back Bay district. Mike has extensive experience in project
management, design, construction detailing, and construction
- Single Family Residential Landscape Design and Master Planning
- Roof Terrace and Green Roof Design
- Streetscape Design
- Multifamily Residential, Mixed-use, Institutional, Academic, and Corporate project types
Licenses and Accreditations:
- CT Licensed Landscape Architect #1229
- MA Licensed Landscape Architect #4006
- RI Licensed Landscape Architect #0633
- LEED AP BD+C
Jun 28, 2019
The Marc in Bay Village Now Complete
The Marc a one-of-a-kind boutique condominium building in beautiful Bay Village, at the intersection of the South End & Back Bay is now complete and ready for occupancy. The Marc, developed by New Boston Ventures, features nine floor-through residences. The two and three plus bedroom homes offer direct elevator entrances, 2 garage parking spaces per unit, smart home integration, and private outdoor spaces. Residential interiors feature classic & timeless finishes by acclaimed Wolf In Sheep Design while the residents and guests alike are welcomed to the building via the Roche-Bobois furnished lobby.
Jun 14, 2019
72 Unit Project Approved in West Roxbury
The 72 unit project at 11-26 Heron Street in West Roxbury has been approved by the BPDA. The units will be split between two buildings located on both sides of Heron Street. Parking for 84 cars will also be included on site, 48 garage spaces and 36 in a surface parking lot.
Apr 18, 2019
72 Unit Project in West Roxbury Under Official Review
The proposed multi-family development at 11 - 26 Heron Street in West Roxbury is now under official review. The proposal calls for the construction of approximately seventy-two residential units between two multifamily buildings on both sides of Heron Street. The project would also include 57 interior garage parking spaces and 28 surface parking spaces. The residential units currently planned include 48 two-bedroom and 24 one-bedroom units.
Jan 08, 2019
New Multi-Family Property Proposed in West Roxbury
Onsite Builders & Development have proposed a new multifamily development in West Roxbury at 11-26 Heron Street.
The Proponent’s proposal contemplates the construction of approximately 72 residential units in two multi-family buildings, to be located on both sides of Heron Street, with a total project square footage of approximately 78,576 gross square feet of interior space, with a total of 84 parking spaces including 48 interior garage parking spaces in the two buildings and 36 surface parking spaces.
Oct 29, 2018
Finegold Alexander Architects Wins AIA New England Design Award for The Lucas
The Lucas, designed by Finegold Alexander Architects received an Honor Award at the 2018 AIA New England Design Awards. The Lucas is the transformation of a shuttered 1874 German Trinity Catholic Church. The concept is a building within a building - a steel and glass design that rises out of the massive stone walls to create a 33-unit residential community. The eight-story glass and steel building bursts through the former church’s roof with steel columns continuing the lines of the stone buttresses skyward.
The AIA jury noted: “The jury was intrigued by this adaptive reuse project, excited by the move of hollowing out a church and inserting an entirely new building. Reimagining the flying buttress for the twenty-first century could have been corny or clunky; however, these interpretations in steel subtly work. The addition is clearly contemporary, but in deference to the existing structure, a success in preservation.”
Each of the 1 to 3-bedroom units are completely individualized, based on unique architectural details. The existing Victorian Gothic features of the stone walls, tower, and arched windows are seamlessly blended with contemporary glass and steel. The design team sought to marry the old and new by retaining the architecturally significant landmark’s tracery windows, front doors, and other artifacts.
Photo courtesy Raj Das
Sep 13, 2018
Electrical Permit Issued for The Marc
An electrical permit has been issued for The Marc in Bay Village. The project will convert the historic former church and rectory into nine condominiums. This boutique development will feature four two-bedrooms ranging from 1,800 to 2,000 square feet, and five three-bedrooms up to 2,400 square feet in size.
The Marc residences will feature amenities including direct elevator access from the building’s garage, two parking spaces per residence, smart home technology, gas fireplaces and a distinctive blend of classic & timeless finishes. Most residences will also feature private outdoor space.
Jun 29, 2018
Certificate of Occupancy at PORT45A certificate of occupancy has been issued at PORT45 in South Boston. The new-construction mixed-use LEED Silver-certifiable building features 105 contemporary residential condominiums ranging from one to three-plus bedrooms.Condominiums at PORT45 are now for sale starting at $599,000 and continuing to $1.5 million. Amenities at PORT45 will include concierge service, a gym, common spaces, private outdoor spaces and a bicycle sharing program.
Nov 01, 2017
Construction complete at The Lucas, boutique South End condominium building set within restored church
New Boston Ventures has completed construction of The Lucas, a sold-out 33-unit boutique condominium development that has restored and expanded the historic, 1874-built German Trinity Catholic Church. The former church’s facade has been fully reconditioned, and new windows have been installed within its’ original archways. A multi-story addition adorned with a floor-to-ceiling glass curtain wall has been constructed above the original church, expertly meshing old and new. Luxury condominium residences have been constructed within the resulting structure, all of which sold out months before The Lucas’ completion. Condominiums feature state-of-the-art finishes; within the original church, condominiums feature unique details such as original arched windows. Condominium closings and move-ins will take place this month. The following are photographs of The Lucas:
Sep 07, 2017
Renderings and amenities of The Marc, new Bay Village boutique condominium development, revealed
Developer New Boston Ventures has revealed renderings and amenities of The Marc, an upcoming nine-unit boutique condominium development set in a stunning historic French Renaissance building in the heart of Bay Village. The Marc will open in Late 2018 and will feature four two-bedroom residences ranging from 1,800 to 2,000 square feet, and five three-bedroom residences up to 2,400 square feet in size.Residences at The Marc will be graced with amenities including direct elevator access from the building’s garage, two parking spaces per residence, smart home technology, gas fireplaces and a distinctive blend of classic & timeless finishes. Most residences at The Marc will feature private outdoor space; the building's two penthouse residences will feature private roof decks.The Marc is located in the heart of Bay Village, steps from the Back Bay, the South End, the Theatre District, Beacon Hill and Downtown Boston. Sales of residences at The Marc will commence in the coming months, with prices ranging from $2 million to $3.8 million. The latest renderings of The Marc are posted above.
Aug 10, 2017
New Boston Ventures acquires 23,136-square-foot Bay Village church and rectory building, future home of The Marc condos, for $11.4 million
Residential developer New Boston Ventures, proponent of the conversion of the former Holy Trinity German Catholic Church and rectory in the South End into The Lucas condos, has acquired 25-29 Isabella Street in Bay Village, the former Our Lady of Victories Church and rectory, for $11.4 million from Marist Fathers of Boston. Hingham Institution for Savings provided $15,562,500 of financing towards New Boston Ventures’ acquisition of the five-story, 23,136-square-foot building. The church originally opened in 1883, the year the building was built, and closed in 2016. New Boston Ventures will convert the building into The Marc, a new condominium development. Amenities and unit count for The Marc have not yet been revealed; a preliminary rendering is posted above.
Aug 01, 2017
Facade complete at The Lucas, sold-out South End condominiums set within historic church
Restoration of The Lucas' historic church facade and installation of a new glass curtain wall along the building's signature vertical addition are both complete, resulting in a stunning blend of old and new. Along the historic facade, new arched windows have been installed, restoring the former church to its' original glory. Finishing touches to the facade are now underway, in addition to installation of luxurious finishes within the building's common spaces and 33 sold-out condominium residences. The following are photographs of The Lucas:
Jul 27, 2017
Structural framing nearing completion, weatherproofing underway at PORT 45 luxury condos in South Boston
Framing of PORT 45’s five-story structure is nearing completion, and the first windows and weatherproofing sections have been installed. PORT 45’s first balconies have been fitted along the building’s facade. Inside the building, framing of individual residences is underway, and concrete is being poured to construct floors. PORT 45’s 105 one-to-three-bedroom luxury condominiums are 65%-reserved and will feature desirable amenities including concierge service, a gym and private indoor and outdoor common spaces. PORT 45 residences are on sale ranging from $599,000 to $1.5 million; approximately 3,400 square feet of ground-floor retail at the building will be available as well. The following are photographs of PORT 45:
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