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Enjoy the weekly recap of the top 5 posts from NorthEndWaterfront.com!

Eight Boston Neighborhoods Increasingly Subject to Flooding by Rising Tides (City of Boston)

Making Boston’s Waterfront Climate Ready; Harbor Barrier Study

The Climate Ready Boston initiative released a sobering new report regarding the city’s vulnerability to rising sea levels that will influence our neighborhood in the coming decades. Read the post for more details on the report and the projections that the impact climate change will have on Boston.

Dismal First Night Spurs Plans for Return of Harbor Fireworks Next Year

After moving First Night 2017 to Copley Square, the overwhelming amount of negative reviews has led to increased interest in bringing midnight harbor fireworks back for next year. View the post for more information and specific reviews of the “dismal” First Night in Copley.

Life on the Corner: Eataly, Part 2

Building off of the story about his first visit to Mario Batali’s new Italian food emporium in the Prudential Center mall, Nick Dello Russo went back to Eataly with his grandson for a follow up. Upon his return, the crowds flooded throughout the entire shopping area. Read part 2 for his take on Eataly since the opening.

New vendor to run North End Nursing Home & Rehab Facility.

North End Nursing Home & Rehab Facility to Stay Open With New Operator, Marquis Health

Yes, you read that headline correctly. The long saga of the North End nursing home and rehabilitation center has ended in favor of neighborhood residents. Operations will continue under a new healthcare provider who will acquire the facility through a lease, view the post for the full story.

December 2016 – North End / Waterfront Real Estate Sales

With sale prices in December ranging from $530,000 to $2,875,000, the North End / Waterfront real estate market continues to thrive, read the report for the list of sales to close out 2016.


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