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December 18, 2013
The Boston Globe
In this town, Adam Weiner is as close as it gets to real estate royalty. His father is New England mall baron Stephen Weiner. His mentor is construction king John Fish, whom he apprenticed with. His partner is Steve Samuels, and together they are forming the city’s newest real estate dynasty.
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December 14, 2013
The Boston Globe
The $150 million project at Barry’s Corner seeks to transform a collection of tired low-rise buildings and parking lots into a bustling development with modern, glass and stone buildings. The development will result in two new residential buildings reaching up to nine stories in height.
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December 4, 2013
The Boston Globe
The now-fading motor lodge was built decades ago in the shadows of Fenway Park, the vision of a developer who wanted to build something different amid the gas stations and car dealerships that lined Boylston Street. 
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October 28, 2013
MassDOT
MassDOT’s Board of Directors authorized its Secretary and CEO Richard Davey to execute an agreement with Weiner Ventures and Samuels & Associates to develop Back Bay Parcels 12 and 15 with a project that includes hotel, residential, and retail high-rise construction.
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October 24, 2013
Bisnow.com
Boston Preservation Alliance honors 234 Berkeley Street at the 25th Anniversary Achievement Awards.
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October 8, 2013
The Boston Globe
A $500 million Landmark Center expansion and renovation would add three residential buildings with 550 units to the rapidly growing Fenway neighborhood and a new food hall anchored by the city’s first Wegmans supermarket.
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September 25, 2013
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
I enjoy working with development teams to create distinctive urban environments throughout Boston. What will improve neighborhoods and better position them to thrive today and tomorrow? What does Boston want and need from development, such as a sense of place?
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August 9, 2013
The Boston Globe
A massive expansion of the Landmark Center shopping complex in the Fenway was proposed that would include several new residential buildings, a Wegmans supermarket, new stores, and offices.
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