Originally designed in 1871 by the architectural firm of Peabody and Stearns - and enlarged and enhanced in 1882 by John Hubbard Sturgis - the Ames Mansion stands prominently at the corner of Dartmouth Street and Commonwealth Avenue in Boston’s historic Back Bay neighborhood. In its early years, the residence was owned by many of the city’s most influential industrial and cultural benefactors, including Frederick Lothrop Ames, who engaged the finest craftsmen and artists to create a true architectural masterpiece and Gilded Age icon.
Renovation and restoration began on 306 Dartmouth Street in 2013. Hamady Architects is overseeing this artistic endeavor, preserving the character and language of the original architecture while creating three new splendid residences.
Read more about the Ames Mansion in THE WALL STREET JOURNAL.
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