To celebrate the 40th Birthday of Earth Day, Cityscapes provided Boston Properties with a state of the art, stainless steel, vertical Living Wall. It was showcased in the Center Court of the Boston Prudential Center from April 12th through April 22nd.
Cityscapes Inc teamed up with EZ Care Technologies of Saugus, MA to create this stunning living wall using EZ Care’s unique labor saving Water Grip Growing Media which increases plant stability and water retention.
BOMA Benefit 2010
Cityscapes was a high roller sponser for the 21st Annual BOMA Casino Night Benefit. The event took place on the Boston waterfront at the Seaport Hotel on February 27th.
John Higgins and Amy Gallagher from Sales playing an intense game of Black Jack.
The Benefit raised about $80,000.00 for the Homes for Our Troops, Horizons for Homeless Children, Hospitality Homes, and The BOMA Education Scholarship.
Cityscapes donated the decorations for the event including themed arrangements in “die” planters, jumbo sized playing cards and a green wall.
Janice Goodman with her fellow BOMA Benefit Committee Members.
Janice Goodman of Cityscapes and George Irwin of Green Living Technologies teamed up on February 26th – 27th to provide ten students from Discovery High School in the Bronx, NY, two students from Silver Lake High School in Kingston, MA, and Cityscapes employees with an extensive two day training session to become Green Roof and Green Wall Certified. The training was led by George Irwin (below) and the venue was provided by Cityscapes up in our gorgeous Greenhouse.
Together we designed and built a beautiful 6′ x 8′ green wall with the Cityscapes leaf logo incorporated into it! We chose 4″ schefflera arboricola, philodendron brazil and philodendron neon as the foliage to use in our wall. Please take a look at the following images of the wall-in-progress during the: planting, installation, and the stunning final result.
To see more of Green Living Technology’s work go to www.agreenroof.com.
The Plantscape Industry Alliance (PIA) awarded Cityscapes with a “2009 Award of Excellence” in the Special Events & Holiday category for our Brookfield Properties, 53 State, Holiday 2008 Installation! This awards program is held each year to recognize excellence and professionalism in the interior plantscaping industry.
Jan Goodman, president and owner of Cityscapes, made the journey out to Las Vegas on October 1st to attend the 2009 Calscape Expo to receive the award. During her time at Calscape she also did a presentation about focusing on how to make your company stand out in a crowd. Some of the key points she addressed were: Team Building and Management Empowerment, Designing Outside the Box, and Green Building Marketing.
Amy Gallagher and Jan Goodman presenting the award to Amanda Welch and Steve Plagg of Brookfield Properties
For more information on PIA or the annual Calscape Expo click here www.piagrows.org
BOMA Benefit 2009
Janice Goodman, owner and President of Cityscsapes, is glamorous at the BOMA “That 70’s BOMA Benefit” which took place March 7th at the Liberty Hotel in Boston.
The Benefit raised over $60,000 for charities such as the BOMA Boston Education Scholarship, Friendship Home, Homes for Our Troops, HomeStart and Travelers Aid Family Services.
Cityscapes donated the decorations for the evenings festivities, complete with authentic lava lamps and disco balls.
John Higgins (sales) has disco-fever, afro and all!
John, Amy Gallagher (sales) and Pauline McDonough are all smiles!
We are delighted to receive the highest honor within the Interiorscape magazine. The winning project was located at The Winter Garden at 111 Huntington Avenue. The retail shopping complex now has the look of a mature garden living within the 23-acre area. The Garden was installed and completed over a three-night time span but looks as if it’s been there for 25 years.
BOMA Boston (Building Owners and Managers Association) TOBY (The Office Building of the Year) and Industry Awards has recognized Cityscapes as “The Affiliate Company of the Year”! We are honored for this recognition and were elated for the nomination. This award was received by president Jan Goodman on November 12, 2008 and supported by her team of managers and designers. Click on the link to find out more about the evening’s events and to see photos. www.bomaboston.org
We recently held a fundraiser to help women with breast cancer with the help of John Hancock, Manulife and an organization called Hope in Bloom. Hope in Bloom is a charity that designs and plants gardens for women with breast cancer. In order to help, Cityscapes sold flowering plants, flowers, herb gardens and more to employees in the John Hancock building. It was held in the Clarendon lobby of the Brown Building on the Friday before Mother’s Day; enticing husbands, sons and daughters to help with a good cause as well as surprise mom with flowers
Janice Goodman, President and Owner of Cityscapes, is helping to design and install a garden retreat for a woman who is currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer. The hope is that these gardens will be sanctuaries and havens for those who are sick and that the energy of nature will be beneficial towards a recovery.
Here’s a picture of Janice Goodman with Vicky Burgess in Vicky’s backyard garden.
The team at Cityscapes helped transform her backyard into a retreat for herself and for her family.