Finegold Alexander + Associates Inc

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Finegold Alexander + Associates Inc is an architecture firm based in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. It was established in 1962. Previous firm names include J. Timothy Anderson and Associates, Anderson Notter Associates, Anderson Notter Finegold, Inc., and Notter Finegold + Alexander Inc.

The firm is the recipient of more than 140 Awards for Design Excellence. Clients of the firm represent Academic, Cultural, Commercial Office, Public, Religious and Multi-Unit Residential sectors. The firm’s areas of experience include Master Planning, Adaptive-Use, Renovation, Restoration, New Construction, Building Evaluation, Historic Documentation and Sustainable Design.

Finegold Alexander received the first AIA Honor Award for Extended Use for the 1976 conversion of Boston's Old City Hall[1] to private office and restaurant use. Other notable projects include Ellis Island National Monument and Museum[2] (Associated Architects with Beyer Blinder Belle Architects), U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum (Associated Architects with Pei Cobb Freed & Partners), Harvard University Radcliffe Quadrangle, New London Union Station, Worcester Union Station, Agudas Achim Synagogue, Adath Jeshurn Synagogue, Vassar College's Students' Building, 2 Clarendon Square, Union College's Nott Memorial, Newburyport Public Library, 226 Causeway Street, 303 Congress Street, Wang Center for the Performing Arts, Mechanics Hall, The Hatch Shell, The Marjorie Walter Goodhart Theater at Bryn Mawr College, and Monarch on the Merrimack at Wood Mill.


  1. ^ Old City Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
  2. ^ STLI Service 2 Description, National Park Service, USA.

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