The Burlington Town Center isn't the only building getting an upgrade on the north end of Pine Street.
Just about everyone who has walked from the Church Street Marketplace down to the waterfront has taken note of the windows on One Burlington Square. They stick out at odd angles designed to catch the light as well as the eye. Or, rather, they did.
Currently gutted and undergoing renovation, the building's iconic windows are on their way out and the roof is on the way up. As noted in this short video by The Burlington Free Press, an additional, slightly smaller floor of offices will add depth to the design, and the finished product aims to be clean, sleek, and completed long before the mall redevelopment project going on just up the block.
Author:Thomas Senning Phone: 802-917-4340 Dated: April 5th 2017 Views: 437 About Thomas: Since his entry into real estate in 2014, Thomas has operated under the guiding premise that if he p...
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Dan is analytical in nature, as his MBA would suggest, but nine years ago he transitioned out of the world of accounting and financial management and into real estate. His deliberate and rational approach has helped him assist hundreds of buyers and sellers, ensuring that their transactions not only happened, but happened smoothly. He offers sound advice, and above all else looks out for the best interest of his clients. “Selling doesn’t feel good,” Dan says. “My job is to educate my clients. I share my market knowledge and help them to make smart decisions on their own. If I’m honest and I do my job right, I don’t have to ‘sell’ anything.”
As a co-founder of Element Real Estate, Dan has recently taken great pleasure in growing the business, both by adding new members to the team and by increasing the company’s exposure. At the center of everything he does is a dedication to understanding people’s needs and better equipping himself – and his team – to meet them. He takes pride in his work, the people around him, and the community in which he lives.