Luxury New Construction Condos in East Boston

Jeffries Point, East Boston

Real Estate developers have made their mark in the up-and-coming East Boston neighborhood.  Taking over Boston's highly sought-after waterfront in Jeffries Point and creeping its way back, new luxury residences are quickly filling up Eastie with many more to come. 

If you're looking for the perfect place to call home, you do not need to look any further. Here we've listed a mix of small, mid-sized, and large full-service luxury condo developments coming to market this year. 


347 Maverick

347 Maverick is Elevated’s newest luxury proposition for East Boston. The new luxury construction development is located in Jeffries Point and will feature 9 new condos with square footage ranging from 870 square feet to 1,400 square feet. Pre-construction pricing is available and ranges from $599,000 to $1,099,000. Each unit will include garage parking while units 2-7 will feature private decks, and units 8 and 9 will have private roof decks.

Designed, built, & sold by The Elevated Companies 

347 Maverick Street, Jeffries Point, East Boston


The 287

The 287 is a unique mid-sized luxury condo building slated for completion Spring of 2021. The building will feature 37 luxury condo units including 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom, and 3 bedroom units. The 287 is minutes from public transportation, East Boston’s waterfront, and plenty of restaurants. The 287 will also boast a variety of amenities including a “smart” fitness center with Pelotons, live and remote yoga, the mirror by Lululemon, garage parking, and more. Contact Elevated today for pre-construction pricing, floor plans, appointments, and more.

Developer: MG2 Group

Exclusively marketed by Elevated.

287 Maverick Street, Jeffries Point, East Boston


143 Trenton

143 Trenton Street, located in East Boston’s Eagle Hill will feature 4 luxury condos slated for completion summer of 2021. The development will feature two 2 bed/2 baths and two 3 bed/2 baths, along with private outdoor spaces. Unit sizes will range from 874 square feet to 1,170 square feet. Pricing will range from $500,000 to $699,000.

Designed, built, & sold by The Elevated Companies 

143 Trenton Street, Eagle Hill, East Boston


The Mark 

Located at 99 Sumner Street on East Boston’s waterfront, The Mark will boast 107 luxury new construction condos along with a full slate of amenities including a fitness center, golf simulator, private terraces with grills, garage parking, and more. There will be a variety of studios, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom, and 3 bedroom units. Pricing ranges from $400,000 to $1,500,000. Elevated provides complimentary buyer representation services for all luxury new construction buildings in Boston and is not associated with the developer's sales team.  Contact Elevated today for more information!

Developer: The Davis Companies

99 Sumner Street, East Boston


The Pacer

The Pacer features 38 luxury new construction condos including 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom + den, 3 bedroom, and 4 bedroom floor plans. Pricing will range from $400,000 to $800,000+. Amenities include garage parking, elevator, fitness center, roof terrace, resident lounge, and bike storage.

11 Walley Street, East Boston


231 Maverick Street

231 Maverick Street will feature 9 luxury new construction units ideally located in East Boston’s Jeffries Point. Units will include high-end finishes along with outdoor spaces and garage parking. The new development will be completed in Summer 2021. Pricing at 231 Maverick will range from $750,000 to $1,000,000. Contact Elevated for more information on floor plans, showings, unit pricing, finishes, and more.

231 Maverick Street, Jeffries Point, East Boston


The Harborwalk Residences

Ideally located on East Boston’s waterfront, The Harborwalk Residences will boast 30 homes ranging from $499,00 to $999,000. The units will be a mix of 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom, and 3 bedroom units. Harborwalk is located at 133 Sumner Street in East Boston’s Jeffries Point. 

The estimated completion will be this spring of 2021. For more details and showings, contact Elevated today!

133 Sumner Street, East Boston 


The Pacer East Boston: Here's What to Know About the First Luxury Condo Development at Suffolk Downs





The Pacer, East Boston's first luxury condo development to hit the market at Suffolk Downs, consists of 38 luxury condos ranging from 1 bedroom to rarely available 4 bedroom units. Located the edge of the planned $8 Billion Suffolk Downs redevelopment, The Pacer offers residents a full slate of amenities including a fitness center, resident lounge, which has Ping Pong, billiards and a kitchen for hosting events, pet wash station, bike storage and garage parking. 

Units will feature hardwood floors throughout, open concept living/kitchen/dining, in-unit laundry and private outdoor spaces. 1 Bedrooms, like Unit 104, start at $449,000. 2 Bedrooms start under $600,000. 3 Beds under $700,000 and 4 Bedroom homes are available in the $800,000 range. 

Ideally located, close to the Suffolk Downs Blue Line T Stop and Silver Line to the Airport, The Pacer is within walking distance of multiple public transportation options. Numerous neighborhood dining favorites  Angela's Cafe, Napoles Restaurant and Renegades Pub are also close by. 

The Pacer provides a much needed luxury amenity building in the emerging Suffolk Downs neighborhood and buyers will certainly be pleased as new dining, shopping and entertainment options pop up in the near future. Visit The Pacer informational page here for a detailed building breakdown. Interested in a showing? Contact Elevated for additional details! 

The Two Eight Seven: A Unique Mid-Sized Residential Development in East Boston

The Two Eight Seven at 287 Maverick Street, East Boston, MA

Just a ten-minute drive from Downtown Boston, nestled in East Boston, is The Two Eight Seven - a unique, mid-sized East Boston luxury condo development being built by the well-respected MG2 Group and is scheduled for completion in the Spring of 2021.

The Two Eight Seven is located at 287 Maverick, only four blocks from the East Boston Waterfront. The location provides you with easy access to Piers Park, Brophy Park, Golden Stairs Park, Porzio Park, and Massport Harborwalk Park. Take the Maverick T to your destinations or fly out of Logan Airport, all conveniently located near The Two Eight Seven.

This five-story mid-rise building will feature 37 luxury condominiums with one-bedroom, and two-bedroom floor plans available through our team at Elevated. The ground-level of the development has been designed for use in the commercial market. In addition to the luxury condos, 30 garage parking spaces and bike storage will be available for tenant use.

If Boston cuisine is important to you, several restaurants make living at The Two Eight Seven more than worth it. The Italian Express Pizzeria, Santarpios, Cunard Tavern, Reelhouse, Rino’s, and Pazza on Porter are all easily accessible from your location. The Americano Espresso Bar and Eagle Hill Café are also within a 15-minute walk from The Two Eight Seven, providing you with access to highly rated coffee shops in your area.

This area of Boston has been popular for Hollywood films. Denzel Washington’s The Equalizer and The Equalizer 2 had many scenes filmed in the area of Maverick Square. The cast and crew even shut down Orleans Street outside of Maverick Square for several days to film a chase scene. Anyone who says that Eastie has no character would be mistaken.

Now that The Two Eight Seven is becoming available, these luxurious condominiums will not be around for long. If you are interested in moving to East Boston and conveniently located to everything you need, contact Elevated for more information on the development.

Restaurants near The Sudbury


Whether you are a native, moving to Boston, or here on business, it never hurts to know what restaurants are around. The Downtown area of Boston is surrounded by neighborhoods that do not fall short of great restaurants.  Here is our complete list of restaurants that you might enjoy, all within 15 minutes of The Sudbury.

Zo Greek – Authentic Greek Cuisine

Zo Greek offers authentic Greek cuisine and is open Monday through Friday from 11AM to 2PM for walk-in and online orders. From The Sudbury, it is a seven-minute walk that equals 0.3 miles. See the Zo Greek menu here.

92 State St, Boston, MA 02109


On Province Street, you will find a small piece of Napoli in Boston. Mast Restaurant and Drinkery is available for pickup, delivery, and reservations can be made for tables. Located a half-mile from The Sudbury, it is only a nine-minute walk. Check out the Mast menu here.

45 Province St, Boston, MA 02108

Banners Kitchen & Tap

If you are looking for traditional tavern food by The Sudbury, you should check out Banners Kitchen & Tap. Located at 82 Causeway Street, Banners is only a seven-minute walk along Portland Street and Merrimac Street. To see what Banner’s has to offer, check out their menu here.

82 Causeway Street, Boston, MA, 02108

The Oceanaire Seafood Room

The Oceanaire Seafood Room offers a variety of seasonal seafood and to provide an Ultra-Fresh Seafood Experience™.  Order to go or dine-in, you can see the menu for Boston here.

40 Court St, Boston, MA 02108

Bostonia Public House

Described as refined-rustic cuisine, Bostonia Public House celebrates the history, traditions, and the people of Boston. There are two floors, each with a full bar.  Bostonia Public House is only 0.4 miles from The Sudbury, or an eight-minute walk. Take a look at the Bostonia Public House menu here.

131 State St, Boston, MA 02109

Union Oyster House

Established in 1826, the Union Oyster House is the oldest Boston restaurant and offers some of the best seafood assortments around.  See their menus here.

41 Union St, Boston, MA 02108

Sam LaGrassa’s

Sam LaGrassa’s legendary gourmet sandwiches are within reach of The Sudbury. By Orange Line, it is only a five-minute ride, or if you want to see the sights, it’s a ten-minute walk to the famous deli. Family-owned since 1968, you can find the world-famous deli’s menu here.

44 Province St, Boston, MA 02108

Crush Pizza

Crush was created to bring the authentic tastes of the Naples-style pizzeria to life in the United States. Using the Neapolitan traditions of wood-fire grilled pizza in an oven 800 to 900 degrees, Crush brings the heat for fresh Italian cuisine and pizza taste.  See the full Crush menu here.

107 State St, Boston, MA 02109

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Approximately a half-mile away from The Sudbury is Ruth’s Chris Steak House, located at 45 School Street. If you walk, you can be there in about nine minutes. Once you arrive, you can eat your favorite USDA prime meat, served on a 500°F plate. Don’t forget to get a cocktail while you wait and check out the seasonal specialties. Check out the different menu items here.

45 School St, Boston, MA 02108

Artisan Bistro

Artisan Bistro is located inside of the Ritz Carlton, located at 10 Avery Street. Artisan Bistro takes a contemporary take on the classic bistro menu. Enjoy a restaurant with classic American cuisine and a casual setting. Check the menu out here.

10 Avery Street, Carlton, Boston Common, Boston, MA 02111

jm Curley

Named after James Michael Curley, who was prominent in Massachusetts politics, jm Curley was a food establishment that was established in 2011 when the need for an honest restaurant and beverages at reasonable prices.  Check the menu out here.

21 Temple Pl, Boston, MA 02111

Legal Crossing

Legal Crossing is a restaurant that is inspired by the Legal Sea Foods brand and the vibrancy of downtown – present and past. Serving fresh seafood and other fresh seafood oriented cuisine, Legal Crossing can be found at 558 Washington Street.  Check out the Legal Crossing menu here.

558 Washington St, Boston, MA 02111


Named after French immigrant Henry Marliave came from Paris to Boston with only a collection of recipes, the restaurant has turned into quite the dining landmark. Today it includes an espresso bar and space to accommodate private parties.  Check out the Marliave menu here.

10 Bosworth St, Boston, MA 02108

The Merchant

The Merchant can be described as a Brasserie, which is defined as a large informal restaurant that serves food and alcohol through the day and late into the evening. The menu features food that has been sourced from local farms. Check The Merchant’s menu here.

60 Franklin St, Boston, MA 02110


Specializing in small Italian fare, Teatro offers a dinner meets bar scene experience. For more information about classic Italian cuisine and Teatro, click here.

177 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111

49 Social

Located at 49 Temple Place, 49 Social is a restaurant and lounge that focuses on American cuisine.  All food is made from scratch, and the location features a relaxed atmosphere. To find out more about 49 social, check out this page.

49 Temple Pl, Boston, MA 02111


From casual to elegant dining experiences, Yvonne’s has the perfect atmosphere for you. From the Supper Club to the Gallery, dinner parties will always be full of life with the full dinner and drink line up.  Look at Yvonne’s dinner and drink menus here, and don’t forget to check out the new dining room, “The Gallery.”

2 Winter Pl, Boston, MA 02108

Where to Brunch in Boston This Weekend

Brunch at Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant, South Boston

The portmanteau word “brunch” is a lovely combination of two great meals – breakfast and lunch! If you are in the Boston area this weekend and want to take advantage of this culinary art, we have restaurants that can take care of these dietary needs (and wet your whistle, too!) Most brunch options are served before 3 pm and consist of a menu that features distinct lunch and breakfast options. You are also likely to find your favorite alcoholic beverages in attendance!  

So, where do you go for brunch this weekend in Boston?

  • Buttermilk & Bourbon – Located at 160 Commonwealth Avenue and features Southern hospitality and charm. Brunch is available on the weekends and features a full line of bar items alongside the Southern-Style brunch cuisine. See Buttermilk & Bourbon’s full brunch menu here.


  • Citrus & Salt – Located at 142 Berkeley Street and is a unique coastal Mexican restaurant. Offers brunch on the weekend with a Northeastern meets Mexico-style cuisine. See Citrus & Salt’s full brunch menu here.


  • Committee – Located at 50 North Avenue, Committee features cuisine that is Greek-inspired. Much like a modern-day “ouzeri” in Greece, the friendly atmosphere is great for meeting with friends, family, and clients. The brunch experience is likely something you won’t forget. See the Committee brunch menu here.


  • Bostonia Public House – Located at 131 State Street, Bostonia Public House is a restaurant that pays homage to the historical architecture that defines and beautifies Boston. With two floors, the exposed kitchen serves brunch on the weekends with their “refined-rustic” cuisine. See Bostonia Public House’s brunch menu here. Don’t forget the brunch cocktails! You can find the menu here.


  • Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant – Located in the heart of South Boston at 425 West Broadway, Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant’s home-spun American fare is rustic and wood-fire grilled. Brunch is served seven days a week. Check out the Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant weekday brunch, weekend brunch, and brunch drink menus.


  • Sonsie – Located at 327 Newbury Street, Sonsie is synonymous with 25-years of international cuisine. Brunch consists of various foods and international cuisine and pairs nicely with their specialty coffees or brunch cocktails. See Sonsie’s brunch menu here.


  • Capo – Located at 443 West Broadway (just down the street from Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant) is Capo. Capo is an Italian eatery that focuses on the best flavors in the best atmosphere. Brunch is served and features cuisine that ranges from common to unique. See the Capo brunch menu here.


  • Harvest – Located in the heart of Harvard Square (44 Brattle Street), Harvest is a restaurant that celebrates the modern New England table. Fresh ingredients and contemporary cuisine create the menu items Harvest is best known for. Sunday brunch features savory items that make the New England cuisine come to life. See the Harvest brunch menu here.


  • Stephanie’s – Located at 190 Newbury Street (close to Sonsie), is Stephanie’s on Newbury. With a location at the center of one of Boston’s most fashionable streets, Stephanie’s is a chic and casual dining experience. The menu also features award-winning “sophisticated comfort food,” and brunch is served on the weekend. There is something for everyone at Stephanie’s on Newbury. See the brunch menu here


  • PubliCo – Located at 11 Dorchester Street, PubliCo is Boston’s street bistro and garden. The name for the restaurant is derived from Latin, meaning “for the public good.” Brunch is served on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, featuring a full menu and even the hair of the dog! See the PubliCo brunch menu here.


These are ten of the best brunch restaurants for you to try in Boston. These restaurants are located in areas of the city full of historical beauty and nostalgic Boston heritage. Where will you be grabbing brunch from today?


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    The Elevated Boston Leadership Scholarship

    The Elevated Boston team is pleased to announce the first-ever Elevated Boston Leadership Scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded on or around June 1, 2021 to students who have demonstrated exemplary leadership within their institutions and communities.  The Scholarship will consist of two $2,500 scholarships to two students who will be entering college as freshmen, current students, transfer students, and graduate students attending a Massachusetts College or University in the fall of 2021.  The application process will consist of the basic profile, essay questions, and submission with a Unigo account registration.

    Elevated Boston Leadership Scholarship Application Details:

    • Name
    • Email
    • Phone Number
    • Address
    • Education Level
    • Institute of Attendance for Fall 2021


    Essay #1: What does being a leader mean to you? Why is being a leader important?

    Essay #2: Describe an example of your leadership experience in which you have positively influenced others, helped resolve disputes or contributed to group efforts over time.

    (500 Words Max)


    To submit an Elevated Boston Leadership Scholarship application, each applicant will be required to register with an account through Unigo. All of the above information should be submitted using the application portal below.

    The Elevated Boston Leadership Scholarship 

    The deadline to submit applications for consideration of the scholarship will be April 30, 2021, for the 2021-2022 school year. The Elevated Boston team will award the scholarship on June 1, 2021, to the two winning applicants.


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      Dorchester Dot Block: Neighborhood-Oriented Development Coming to Dorchester Avenue

      Dorchester Dot Block

      Several years in the making, a plan is expected to bring four new buildings with approximately 488 residential rental units along 1205 Dorchester Avenue in Boston. This plan has become commonly referred to as the Dorchester Dot Block, which was initially approved in 2016 but was amended in 2019, increasing the rental units and changing the dynamic of the parking structure.

      Dorchester Dot Block

      The development amendment for the Dorchester Dot Block Project will situate four buildings along the block – a five-story Hancock Street building, a four-story Pleasant Street building, a six-story Dorchester North building, and a six-story Dorchester South building. The units will be a mixture of studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom rental spaces.

      The project’s parking was changed from an above-ground parking garage to an underground parking unit that will contain approximately 345 parking spaces, including a ground floor with approximately 14 enclosed spaces. On-street parking is anticipated to add approximately 19 spaces along the new interior drives to support temporary use. A covered area for bicycle riders is will also be added within the development to support alternative forms of transportation.

      Community and public benefits of the Dorchester Dot Block include, but are not limited to, providing high-quality residential units, the establishment of a community fund for $250,000 to be managed by the Boston Planning and Development Agency, the creation of construction jobs, and new businesses to help accommodate the block’s commercial and neighborhood amenities.

      Retail spaces are expected to take up 23,000 square feet of space and be situated as smaller neighborhood-oriented stores and restaurants. This change was made from the original 37,000 square feet allotted in the original project proposal, which included larger formatted retail spaces.

      The project is expected to take 24 months to complete from the commencement of construction.

      About the Development

      The developers of the project are Samuels & Associates and Wintergold, LLC. Samuels & Associates is known in the Boston area for developing Boston’s most renowned commercial real estate properties. Wintergold, LLC is a lesser-known investment group that paid $19.1 million for the site for redevelopment. The construction company for the project is Stantec, a top-tier global design firm.


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        Boston Landing Reimagines Work-Life Balance

        Boston Landing

        The idea of work-life balance is something that many people (and their employers) have been chasing for years. Some believe it's achievable with careful planning and hard work; others think it's a fantasy that's not conducive to modern life. But to the team at NB Development Group, work-life balance isn't just a possibility — it's the focus of their latest project.

        Boston Landing, located along the Massachusetts Turnpike in Brighton, is a 15-acre development dedicated to promoting work-life balance. The area features 575,000 square feet of commercial space, 295 condos, and apartments, and countless shops and restaurants all in one bustling corner of the city. Employees and residents in Boston Landing can easily walk from their homes or offices to a bar, restaurant, or shop — giving them ample opportunity to unwind and embrace real work-life balance.

        A Haven For Health Nuts

        In addition to the office space, shops, and residences at Boston Landing, this new development strives to be a haven for health and wellness enthusiasts. Boston Landing is home to several state-of-the-art fitness centers such as:

        The Track at New Balance - a 200-meter, hydraulically banked track

        Warrior Ice Arena - an indoor skating rink that open to the public and available for private events

        NB Fitness Club - a 25,000 square foot fitness center with everything from high-end equipment and group fitness classes to luxurious saunas and locker rooms

        The health and wellness facilities at Boston Landing are designed for athletes to reach their highest potential — which is why they have also become the new training facilities for both the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics. Residents and workers at Boston Landing can expect the very best from their exercise experiences, (and they might even run into a professional athlete or two).

        About The Developers

        NB Development Group brings a decade of experience to their work on Boston Landing. The team, led by President Jim Halliday, is driven by a desire to create value for both their clients and their community.

        It is this desire to improve the community that has helped make Boston Landing the top of the line neighborhood that attracts both professional sports teams and creative businesses alike. This development will not only improve the area; it will make the lives of everyone who works and lives there better.


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          What's New in South Boston? Washington Village

          Washington Village, South Boston, MA

          The neighborhood of South Boston is a rapidly expanding area filled with young professionals, families, and urbanites looking for quick access to downtown. And soon, the area will have another draw for Bostonians — a brand new development adjacent to Andrew's Square.

          This new area is Washington Village, a multi-use development featuring seven buildings across 4.9 acres where people can live, work, and shop.

          Features of Washington Village

          Located at 235 Old Colony Avenue, Washington Village will feature retail space and both condos and apartments for urban professionals. The relatively large parcel of land has been allocated for a great deal of residential space: 214 apartments and 532 condos.

          Additionally, the developers plan to build about 82,400 square feet of retail space and 663 parking spaces, turning this once industrial and commercial parcel of land into a public space that's sure to be bustling.

          But Washington Village isn't just about building apartments and chic cafes. The developers also plan to plant around 120 new trees on the land, helping beautify the area and reduce Boston's carbon footprint. Washington Village will also have a space for the South Boston Historical Society, giving residents and visitors an opportunity to learn more about the community's history.

          Connecting with Surrounding Neighborhoods

          While Washington Village sits on the bones of an industrial park, the new development is not meant to be isolated from its surroundings. Its prime location near the Red Line station makes it a great area for people looking to live away from the city proper yet still want to easily get downtown.

          The developers are leaning into this connectivity, building public plazas and opening up new space on Tuckerman Street. This will allow Washington Village to seamlessly integrate with nearby Dorchester.

          The Developers

          The minds behind Washington Village are Samuels and Associates, a community-focused company that aims to create innovative and memorable developments that lead to thriving new neighborhoods.

          While Washington Village has yet to begin construction (largely due to COVID-19), it is clear that this team is dedicated to building a space where people can live, play, dine, and shop while connecting with South Boston in a new and unique way.

          Dorchester Bay City: Something Big is Coming to Dorchester

          Dorchester Bay City: Review Process Starts This Month, 2020

          The Bayside Expo Center in Dorchester has lived many lives since it first opened. It’s been a shopping mall, a convention center, a potential site for the Olympic Village (if the Olympics had come to Boston in 2024) – but this 33-acre property is finally starting its biggest chapter yet.

          Earlier this year, after a year of planning (and more than a decade after the Expo Center’s last closure), real estate developer Accordia Partners LLC finalized the sale of the Bayside Expo Center land. Their plan: to transform this land into a 6-million square-foot hub for Bostonians to work, live and play.

          Dorchester Bay City

          This new development is known as Dorchester Bay City. Located between 200 Mt. Vernon Street and 2 Morrissey Boulevard, this massive complex will be a beautiful new public space, complete with storefronts, offices, and homes.

          The developers estimate that Dorchester Bay City will be home to 1,740 residential units, 155,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, and another 4 million square feet dedicated to workspaces, academic facilities, and research and development centers. The land will also feature a vast public area with bicycle paths, pedestrian accommodations, and roadways, making the neighborhood a beautiful and walkable area within Columbia Point.

          Beautification and neighborhood improvements are at the heart of Dorchester Bay City. As Accordia Partners LLC explains in their proposal on the project:

          “By providing wonderful new public spaces with improved access to the Harborwalk, retail and open space programming available to all, and a mix of uses that ensures a 24/7 community that embodies live, work, and play, the Project will become a dynamic hub for all Bostonians.”

          Accordia Partners co-owner Richard Galvin asserts that Dorchester Bay City will “feed into a series of public benefits,” such as job creation, infrastructure improvements, climate resilience, and greater accessibility to public spaces. While the build-out may take upwards of a decade, it is the company’s hope that this new neighborhood will improve life for Bostonians throughout the Columbia Point region. 

          About the Development

          The Dorchester Bay City project is being developed by Accordia Partners, LLC. Founded in 2014 by Kirk Sykes and Richard Galvin, the company seeks to increase inclusion and diversity in urban spaces through its development projects. Accordia Partners works to create equity in employment and education opportunities, helping to improve their community one project at a time.