Kensington Investment Company

Kensington Investment Company Inc.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Supported by Alnoba LFF Unveiled on Boston Common

On January 13, The Embrace, an epic sculptural tribute to the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and one of the nation’s largest memorials dedicated to racial equality, was unveiled on the Boston Common. The Alnoba Lewis Family Foundation is proud to have been an early supporter of The Embrace, as the second pledge with a […]

Alnoba Leadership Honorees Featured in Boston Business Journal

The Boston Business Journal recently featured the winners of the 2021 Alnoba Leadership Awards founded by the Lewis Family Foundation. The awards, established in 2019, recognize “brave and brilliant leaders whose courage, wisdom or potential inspire others” in the arenas of care for the environment and indigenous rights. This year’s awards honored Environmental and Gender […]

Alnoba’s “Astonishing” Art Collection Featured in the Boston Globe

The Boston Globe featured our leadership retreat space Alnoba in an October article about its extensive collection of outdoor art installations. Writer James Sullivan details the “astonishing” array of pieces which Alan and Harriet Lewis have shared with visitors since soon after Alnoba opened in 2016. Lewis says that many of the pieces on the 600-acre […]


Alnoba is pleased to announce that our meeting house has been awarded a 2020 Honor Award for Excellent in Architecture Design by the American Institute of Architects New Hampshire. The award was juried by leading architects from the Seattle, WA area. It recognizes not just beauty of design but also how buildings perform for people […]

Alnoba First Gathering Space in Northeast Awarded Passive House Certification

Alnoba, New England’s premiere destination for corporate retreats, leadership development, wellness programs, and special events, received official Passive House Certification as a Passive House Institute (PHI) Low Energy Standard Building in April. The 2016 structure in Kensington, N.H., was designed specifically to be sustainable, reducing energy use by 75-90% as compared to similar buildings. At […]