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  • Compass Quarterly

    Fall 2015

    From our house to yours.

    In conceptualizing our debut issue of Compass Quarterly, a single theme presented itself: design. For us, design is the tactile, visual, even emotional complement to the fiscal aspects of real estate. From building a house to making it a home to shaping a neighborhood, design informs our most meaningful interactions. Through the lens of our agent network, and the dynamic buyers and sellers they serve, we constantly encounter visionary talents within our communities. With this, our Design issue, we celebrate those artisans, entrepreneurs, architects, and innovators who are creating more functional, intelligent, and beautiful places for us all to call home.

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    The Design Issue

    Creative License

    Creative License

    Boasting backgrounds in architecture, interior design, and more, these Compass agents come with a keen eye.

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    The New Boston Blueprint

    The New Boston Blueprint

    With the launch of its Back Bay office, Compass enters a city cited for having the most architects per capita in America. As their innovative housing ideas rise amid historic treasures and modernist icons, eight local firms are determining the myriad ways Bostonians define home.

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    Urban Legend

    Urban Legend

    Designed and developed by industry icons and long populated by Manhattan’s elite, 740 Park Avenue is among the city’s most storied structures.

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    Industrial Strength

    Industrial Strength

    As Brooklyn ascends in population and popularity, its denizens celebrate the borough’s master makers.

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    Out in the Open

    Out in the Open

    Bohemian history meets architectural modernity within this airy Greenwich Village treasure.

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    Sun. Sand. And Startups.

    Sun. Sand. And Startups.

    A growing number of local entrepreneurs are turning Miami into the country’s next high-tech hub.

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    Eternal Flames

    Eternal Flames

    Five timeless approaches to the fireplace inspire hibernating at the first whisper of winter.

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    DC by Design

    DC by Design

    A 225-year-old city plan binds past to present to tell the unique story of our nation’s capital.

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    From the archives


    The Active Life Issue

    Spring 2016

    The Active Life Issue

    Our second issue, this tribute to healthful living explores how we define wellness today. From our marathon-running CEO to our endorphin-fueled agents, these personal pursuits ensure that we fully engage with the communities we serve—and with one another.

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    The Luxury Issue

    Summer 2016

    The Luxury Issue

    With this edition, we draft our own definition of luxury — poised at the intersection of sophisticated design, seamless technology, and the unparalleled knowledge of our agents. These are the characteristics imbued in the homes we represent and the communities we serve.

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    The Gatherings Issue

    Fall 2016

    The Gatherings Issue

    We invite you to be transported, from a Brooklyn potluck to a Miami pool party, from a bucolic Colorado dancehall to a verdant California orchard, as we celebrate our homes — the places and spaces where we come together to revel, rest, and reconnect.

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    The Milestones Issue

    Winter 2017

    The Milestones Issue

    The issue considers how formerly futuristic fields — AI, VR, intergalactic travel — are actualizing around us and predicts the achievements yet to come. From intelligent infrastructure in Boston and Miami to landmark restoration in San Francisco and the Hamptons, every milestone represents another brick in the future of real estate.

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    The Destinations Issue

    Summer 2017

    The Destinations Issue

    Be transported to new places. Meet our globetrotting agents. Be inspired by wanderlust-fueled Instagrammers. Because for all the destinations to which we go, there is only one to which we always return: home.

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