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5 Questions with Bruce Percelay, Founder + Chairman, Mount Vernon Company

Published in Development, Press

Bruce A. Percelay is chairman and founder of Mount Vernon Company, a real estate investment and development firm known for improving communities and investing in sustainable, award-winning design. PCA and Mount Vernon Company have worked together on mixed use, residential and hospitality projects totaling more than 750,000 square feet over the past decade. The latest collaboration is Arthaus, a five-story residence with 74 apartments and a separate four-story building with nine condominiums.

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WBZ plans new studio complex on Soldiers Field Road

Published in Development

City officials have signed off on a new studio for WBZ-TV in Allston, which could in turn make room for more large-scale new development in the fast-changing neighborhood. A venture between two veteran Boston developers — National Development and Mount Vernon Co. — won Boston Planning & Development Authority approval Thursday to build a 63,000-square-foot studio along Soldiers Field Road.

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Mount Vernon, National Making News In Allston

Published in Development

Boston - The trek began over two years ago and the finished vision will take at least as long to be realized, but a significant milestone is being celebrated in approval of a 21st century television studio for media staple WBZ being built under a joint venture between Mount Vernon Co. and National Development.

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YW Boston building to become affordable housing complex

Published in Development

Beacon Communities and Mount Vernon Company (MVC) have entered into a purchase agreement with YW Boston to preserve the historic 140 Clarendon Street YWCA Boston property in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. The property will maintain a mix of residential, commercial, educational, and cultural uses and will convert the 66-room hotel and 118 apartments into 210 affordable apartments. Nearly half will be set aside as permanent supportive housing for individuals who have previously experienced homelessness.

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