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Nicholas A. Armata

Senior Preservation Planner

Nicholas A. Armata works as the Senior Preservation Planner for Boston's South End, St. Botolph, Mission Hill, and Fort Point Channel historic districts. Within these districts, he is responsible for managing design review, community engagement, and policy enforcement.

Before joining the team in January 2018, he acquired work experience in planning, development, account management, and social media engagement roles in Connecticut and Western Massachusetts. Nicholas has an Associates degree in Communications, a Bachelors degree in Regional Planning, with a minor in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) from Westfield State University, and a Masters degree in Urban and Regional Planning from The University of Massachusetts, Amherst.