Real Estate

September 2013 Real Estate Sales for North End / Waterfront

$200,000-$399,999 57 Charter #5A: 1 bed, 1 bath with 284 Sq.Ft. sold for $225,850 4 N. Bennet Ct. #1: 1 bed. 1 bat with 464 Sq.Ft. sold for $295,000 84 Prince #1B: 1 bed, 1 bath with 576 Sq.Ft. sold for $336,000 25 Clark #4: 2 bed, 1 bath with 601 Sq.Ft. sold for $355,000 Read More…

Community Event Notices

Week Ahead: Check Out These Exciting Neighborhood Events

Another weekend of beautiful weather has come and gone. Stay posted on the neighborhood with some important meetings, history events and even a food fest. View the details on upcoming events and meetings in the Events Calendar. Tuesday, October 1 North End Chamber of Commerce Monthly Meeting 3:30pm at St. Leonard’s Hall (enter on Prince St.) Read More…

Community Event Notices

Columbus Day Celebration at Christopher Columbus Park on Monday, October 14th

The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park (FOCCP) continues its tradition of marking Christopher Columbus’ arrival in America with a free Columbus Day Celebration, this year to be held on Monday October 14 from 10:45AM to 3PM. Events will kick off with our annual Christopher Columbus Kids Parade, where kids of all ages are invited to Read More…

Schools

Mangia, Mangia! St. John School Hosts Spaghetti Dinner

St. John School held our first annual Back to School Spaghetti Dinner in our school’s cafeteria.  Our families enjoyed getting to know some of our new friends and catching up with some of our old friends. During the spaghetti dinner, The Hanover Pops Choir entertained our families with an amazing array of music and the Read More…

Community

Long Wharf Park Case: A Dispatch from the Court House

The proposed commercialization of public open space at the end of Long Wharf marked the sixth year of litigation on Friday, September 27 in a courtroom at Suffolk Superior Court. Ten North End residents in the case of Sanjoy Mahajan et al. vs. Boston Redevelopment Authority have challenged the Mass. DEP’s approval of BRA plans Read More…

Arts & Culture Transportation

“Chasing Life” Television Series Filming in North End on October 9, 2013 – Parking & Traffic Notice

Right Coast Productions has announced the filming of television scenes in the North End to be used in the new ABC Family Series, “Chasing Life.” The pilot was filmed in Boston last November & December under the name “Terminales”. The show revolves around April, an ambitious young journalist who tries to balance her career with Read More…

Community Event Notices

Weekly Roundup: The Latest & Greatest With A Little Bit Of Everything

This past week in the North End / Waterfront was as good as it gets – MCAS scores through the roof for the Eliot School and a new mural on the Greenway at Dewey Square. An exciting election proved to come down to the wire for City Council and Mayor. Be sure to catch it Read More…

Community Real Estate

Harbor Towers Reviews Its History and Future Plans

Representatives from Harbor Towers (65 and 85 East India Row) presented at this week’s Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Planning Advisory Committee meeting held at the Boston Harbor Hotel on September 25, 2013. Speaking on behalf of the 624-unit condominium property: Yanni Tsipis, Senior Vice President, Colliers International and Consultant to the Harbor Towers I and Read More…

Community Police & Fire

Nazzaro Center Magnificent 7 Re-Boot

Seven extraordinary girls from the Nazzaro Center’s Youth Program showed amazing community spirit and displayed a sense of civic responsibility seldom seen in adults when they took it upon themselves to raise money for the North End fire station that had recently been robbed of their muscular dystrophy fundraising ‘boot’! Those familiar with the Hanover Read More…

Event Notices

Open Meeting Notice: Boston Public Market Commission on October 3, 2013

OPEN MEETING NOTICE PUBLIC MARKET COMMISSION MEETING Thursday, October 3, 2013 2:00pm 100 Cambridge Street, 2nd Floor, Conference Room A Boston, MA MBTA: Park Street or Government Center Meeting Items: a. Approval of minutes b. Project update from the Boston Public Market Association c. Questions from the Commission d. Public comment e. Adjourn For more Read More…