It could be anything from local stories to development plans, or simply just North End / Waterfront news.  Regardless, we put together the most popular posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com, allowing you to catch up on the top stories from around the neighborhood. 

Top Posts This Week:

Construction has began on a new building, next to the old Pasta e Pomodoro
Construction has began on a new building, next to the old Pasta e Pomodoro

Construction Underway for New Building on Salem Street

The construction of a new building has begun on Salem Street that plans to have 9 residential units above 2,000 square feet of first floor commercial space. The building is at 124-126 Salem Street, view post for coverage.

Rep. Michlewitz and NEW Health Canvass North End for Earned Sick Time

State Representative Aaron Michlewitz joined business owners, workers, and community leaders to canvass the North End in support for earned sick time in Massachusetts which will be addressed in Question 4 on the ballot this Tuesday, November 4th. View Post for more information.

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Photos of the waterfront taken from a drone
Photos of the waterfront taken from a drone

Neighborhood Photos from a Wharf Drone

Boston Web Marketing, a company based out of the Union Wharf in Boston’s North End, took these photos”from the sky” by a drone flying over the North End waterfront. View Post to see these neighborhood photo’s.

Eliot School and Boston Partners in Education celebrate donation from Salus Capital Partners

A $5,000 donation was presented to the Eliot K-8 Innovation School by Boston Partners in Education, a nonprofit that supports Boston public school students. The donation was from Salus Capital Partners, a corporate partner to the organization, view post for more.

Predicted Boston flooding sites (Image: City of Boston)
Predicted Boston flooding sites (Image: City of Boston)

On Hurricane Sandy Anniversary, Mayor Walsh Kicks Off Climate Change Design Competition

Boston City Hall and Mayor Martin Walsh announced the efforts the city will be taking to prepare greater Boston for climate change. On the two-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, the city has launched an international design competition focused on climate preparedness. View Post

Editor’s Pick:

Concepts Discussed to Cover Greenway Ramp Parcels

A meeting was held by the Mass. Dept of Transportation (MassDot) and the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) to address the ongoing project to cover the I-93 entrance and exit ramps along the Rose Kennedy Greenway. View Post for meeting details and video coverage.

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