Enjoy the weekly recap of the top 5 posts from NorthEndWaterfront.com!
Recent neighborhood crime updates were given at the December 2016 North End public safety meeting, where Boston Police District A-1 summarized incidents and activity throughout the neighborhood. Read the report for a complete summary of crime in the neighborhood.
As a result of a Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) ruling that pilings underwater at high tide cannot be built upon, J.W. Capital is continuing to adjust their project plans for a hotel at Lewis Wharf. Read the post for details on what changes have been made, and the plans moving forward.
This Monday! The hearing for Airbnb regulations is scheduled for December 12, 2016, as the Boston City Council explores new regulations for AirBnb and other home rental websites. View the post for Councilor Sal LaMattina’s concerns over safety, quality of life, and the amount of permeant housing in this tight real estate market.
Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan Comments Oppose Harbor Garage Development, Mixed on Long Wharf Additions, Support for 50% Open Space, Harborwalk, Blueway, Hook Lobster
The Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan (MHP) will not only set guidelines for zoning, but will also set a vision for development and open space for Boston’s waterfront between the North End and Fort Point Channel. After a three year process, comment letters are in, read the article for the full list and content of each letter submitted.
North Street Grille raised $3,161 in donations, gift cards and boxes of food for the North End / West End ABCD Neighborhood Service Center on Michelangelo Street. View the post for photos of the event that raises funds every year for different charities.