Catch up on this week’s community news with the most viewed posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com!
This week marked the beginning of the reinstallation of 127 Hubway Bike Share Stations in Boston. The majority of stations will be reinstalled by mid-March, with all stations completed by April. See the latest.
There is a community meeting on March 7th regarding the demolition of the buildings on Cross Street, between Hanover & Salem Street. New owner Charter Realty has presented preliminary plans for a 5,500 sq. ft. commercial development (retail, restaurant, etc.) with a height of approximately 1-1/2 stories tall. Chime in on our very unofficial poll regarding the space.
The Massachusetts Restaurant Association held its annual Awards Dinner this week celebrating five leaders in the industry, including Frank DePasquale of Depasquale Ventures as Restauranteur of the Year. View the post.
The latest residential real estate closings in the neighborhood. Read more.
The Nazzaro Center was the site for the Ward 3 Democratic Committee as they held their annual caucus to elect delegates to the State Convention. The delegates will meet at the convention to discuss priorities of the party agenda over the next few years. View the post.
Have you dropped by our neighborhood North End Library lately? If you have, you might have noticed many changes. We have a new acting librarian, Jennifer Hawes, whom you already know as the Children’s Librarian. See the latest library upgrades.
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You won’t want to miss this short video of Boston’s Harbor Islands and the waterfront, with restored footage from 1969. From aerial shots of the city to flyovers of the Boston Harbor Islands, view the post for the video and more information. View the video.