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The accomplishments of Allegrone Companies take the spotlight in the December issue of Berkshire Trade & Commerce!
To read about our efforts on the redevelopment of the Onota 74 Building and the Berkshire Design Center, click read more down below for the full PDF.
We'd like to thank all those that came out to our open house last night! We're grateful for the overwhelming support and praise, and we look forward to seeing these apartments booked and bustling with happy tenants.
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We are proud and excited to take part in transforming Agawam's historic Police Academy into 51 housing units for homeless veterans!
Homeless veterans will be able to live and contribute to the community when nonprofit organization Soldier On opens its new $24 million Gordon H. Mansfield Veterans Community some time by the end of the summer of 2017.
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This year's company outing involved a little bit of mud.
Our team has completed the 2016 Rugged Manic course in Southwick, MA!
A big shout out to Mike Coppinger for organizing the event and to all those that participated: Lou Allegrone, Anthony Allegrone, Kasie Harrington, Sarah Voisin, Joe Lewis, Bryan Culliton, Matt Cebula, Dennis Penna, and Kevin Gage.
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For more than 120 years, the William Cullen Bryant School has stood as a landmark of Great Barrington and the Berkshires region of western Massachusetts with its distinctive arts and crafts design and central location just off Main Street. When cosmetics magnate and preservationist Jane Iredale was seeking larger, sustainable headquarters for her locally based company—Iredale Mineral Cosmetics Ltd.—a few years ago, she zeroed in on the school as an unorthodox yet inventive solution.
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