BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Reynders, McVeigh Capital Management, an investment management firm with a focus on socially responsible investing (SRI), today announced the completion of its office renovation located at 121 High Street in Boston. The Firm expanded to include both the 4th and 5th floor of the building, adding an additional 6,083 square-feet to its space. The total square-footage of the office is 11,800.
Beginning in the fall of 2016, the project was completed in six months by Commonwealth Building, Inc. The space emphasizes natural light, modern and creative fixtures, an open floor plan, six additional offices, and three new conference rooms to accommodate Reynders, McVeigh’s growing staff and client base. Additionally, the updated office features artwork from ArtLifting, a Boston non-profit and partner of Reynders, McVeigh that supports local communities through the celebration of work by artists affected by homelessness and disabilities.
Other elements such as a large meeting room, a second kitchen facility, and the existing roof-deck provide options for hosting events for clients, partners, and non-profits that the Firm supports.
“As Reynders, McVeigh continues to grow, our need for an updated footprint that supports our company’s organizational purpose and enables collaboration is important,” said Chat Reynders, Chairman and CEO of Reynders, McVeigh. “We’re excited to have a space that reflects our vision and allows us to accommodate our team and visitors in a welcoming environment.”
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About Reynders, McVeigh Capital Management:
Reynders, McVeigh Capital Management is a Boston-based investment management firm that manages portfolios comprised of companies that emphasize sound financials and social impact. The Firm has more than $1.4 billion in assets under management and advises on an additional $4 billion in trust assets. Reynders, McVeigh constructs individually tailored portfolios by leveraging its proprietary research while emphasizing transparency, discretion, and a due diligence process in support of each investment.