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.
Cityscapes invited the children of the John Hancock Child Care Center to enter into Boston’s secret garden on top of the John Hancock building.
They are helping to plant and pot, decorate and design their own little gardens.
Last week they created Easter Banquet centerpieces and donated them to Starlight, a homeless shelter for the those less fortunate.
This week, being St. Patrick’s Day in Boston, the kids planted shamrock plants to give to their loved ones.
We hope to have many more memories with the children from the Child Care Center and are looking forward to sharing them with you!
Cityscapes is contributing fifty centerpieces and additional floral arrangements that will add life and color to the second annual Boston Gala Ball.
The Gala is to raise awareness and funds for GOAL, an international humanitatian organization. GOAL helps by supporting children who are suffering and the poor.
The 19th Annual BOMA Benefit was on March 1st and we are proud to announce that we were a sponsor for the event!
We contributed flower arrangements as well as props and decorations for the entire night.
The theme was The Roaring Twenties and you can click here for more information regarding the event.
The new site provides existing clients with updates and information to help them stay current with new Cityscapes products and services.
Online Plant Guide
Clients can also access the new CityScapes Plant Guide where they can view over 350 different types of plant material and containers.
The plant guide is searchable in a variety of ways to help viewers find what their looking for as quickly as possible.
Potential Clients will easily find key information they need to help them determine if CityScapes is a good fit for their company.
Visitors can view project portfolio images, gain a thorough understanding of availble products and services and also request a complimentary consultation online.
Website visitors can also get a free subscription to the CityScapes newsletter which offers ongoing information, best practices and insights for those wanting to enrich their properties both inside and out.
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You can visit the new CityScapes website at www.cityscapespc.com