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Mary Nastasi is an associate in Boston. Mary’s work includes preparing state and federal historic rehabilitation tax credit applications and National Register nominations for projects throughout the country. She has been involved with the successful rehabilitation of a wide variety of projects, including market-rate and affordable housing, hotels, and other commercial and mixed-use properties. In 2018, she received a Paul & Niki Tsongas Award from Preservation Massachusetts as a member of the Next Generation in preservation.
Prior to joining MHA, Mary worked with a variety of preservation and architecture-related organizations, including the New York City-based advocacy nonprofit Landmark West! and the Boston Landmarks Commission.
Mary earned her Master’s degree in Historic Preservation from Columbia University, where she undertook a thorough study, narrative, and analysis of mid-twentieth-century concrete architecture in Boston and New England as her thesis. She has applied her knowledge of mid-century architecture and construction to such projects as the 2017 rehabilitation of Eero Saarinen’s 1962 TWA Flight Center. She is a member of Docomomo US.
In addition to her Master’s degree, Mary holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and Urbanism from Smith College.