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Year-End Reflections from W+B

As 2014 comes to a close, we have been reflecting on the many blessings and successes of the year. As a company, we added a new senior project manager to…

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White + Burke Thanks You

White + Burke is thankful for so many things, not least of which are our valued clients, colleagues, and staff. Real estate may seem like it is an industry focused…

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Revitalization in Downtown Essex Junction?

A new four-story, mixed-use development proposed for 5 Corners in downtown Essex Junction recently received Vermont Act 250 approval. This project, proposed on the former People’s United Bank site, will…

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Where will you be November 5?

37, 12, 0. These are the numbers that led to White + Burke's decision to host the very first statewide Vermont Development Conference. At present there are approximately 37 large…

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Who is the Development Community?

As White + Burke put together the first-ever Vermont Development Conference, a common question has been: for whom is this intended?  This event is designed to keep the development community…

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Three Useful Tools for Building Confidence On-the-Job

Starting a new job can be intimidating - new people, new procedures, and new twists on even the most familiar tasks. Three years ago when I was new in my…

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The ABCs of Effective Project Management

Regardless of profession - whether you develop commercial real estate, plan community events, create software programs, or lead a non-profit - if you're in a position of managing a team,…

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Consensus Building for Better Walkable Communities

In many parts of the country, there are efforts underway to make our communities friendlier for bicyclists and pedestrians as part of the walkable communities’ movement. As more people are…

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Vermont Community Welcomes Trader Joe’s!

Trader Joe’s opened its doors on Friday May 16th, 2014 and we, here at White + Burke, couldn't be more excited!  This friendly and convenient addition to our community was…

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