March 23rd Event for Empty Nesters: “Downsize Your Space & Maximize Your Lifestyle: Think Boston”

Marlborough Street in Spring
Source: Boston Magazine

Are you an empty nester contemplating a change from a home in the suburbs to a home in the city? Are you thinking about downsizing or an additional place in Boston for easier access to a vibrant urban lifestyle? With homes larger than they need or more than they want to maintain (especially in tough New England winters) and a desire to simplify and enhance their daily life, more and more baby boomers are gravitating to urban living. They’re ready for a change… and new adventure, if not full time at least part time, with easier access to great restaurants, entertainment, culture, even work, and the ability to walk more and drive less. Making this transition from a home in the suburbs to a condo in the city is unlikely to happen over night. It’s a strategic and evolutionary process, and it’s not too early to start.

I am thrilled to offer a wonderful program for suburban homeowners who are contemplating a move to the city. Please join me and my colleagues, Leslie Fine of Leslie Fine Interiors and Bob Ernst of FBN Construction, for a “Boston Design Week” event created especially for you.

Sunday, March 23, 2014
10:45 AM – 12:00 PM
135 Newbury Street, Boston
at the Poggenpohl Kitchen Design Studio

In this complimentary presentation, which will be followed by a lively open discussion with plenty of opportunity for Q&A, you’ll gain insight into:

  • The range of options, features and amenities to consider for your new home—and your new lifestyle—in the city, and strategies for approaching the process
  • Boston’s thriving real estate market and the dynamics of buying today
  • Savvy, creative design techniques to maximize space utilization in a home with less space than you may be used to living in
  • How a Boston condo can be transformed through customization, remodeling or updates to meet your unique needs and budget

If you’re looking to spend more time enjoying life and less time maintaining your home, register for “Downsize Your Space & Maximize Your Lifestyle: Think Boston.” Space is limited, and I hope to see you there!