Things to know for Wednesday
Plan your events with the Community Calendar:
Wednesday, January 4
6:30pm 88 N. Washington St. Hotel Public Meeting at Eliot School, 585 Commercial Street. LIMAC LLC proposes to develop a new 36,013 gsf hotel structure consisting of a ground floor lobby, a mezzanine level and 12 levels of guest-rooms totaling 68 keys.
6:30pm NEMPAC Board Meeting (North End Music and Performing Arts Center). Located at the Mariners House, 11 North Square, Boston. Visit www.nempacboston.org for more information.
Thursday, January 5
10:00am Gov’t Center Tree Removal Hearing at 1010 Massachusetts Avenue. In accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 87, the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will hold a public hearing on a request to remove nine public shade trees in the vicinity of 50 New Sudbury Street at Government Center. More Information.
6:00pm NE Public Safety Meeting – Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet Street. These meetings are open to the public and are attended by Boston Police Area A-1.
6:30pm 115 Winthrop Square Public Meeting at Suffolk Law School. The Second Public Meeting for the proposed redevelopment of 115 Winthrop Square in Downtown Boston. The proposed redevelopment of the Project Site consists of a up to 775 feet tall tower, involving office work space; residential units; retail, dining, and other commercial space; as well as residential and private commercial parking below grade. [Meeting location is at 101 Federal St, 29th Floor, Boston].
Apparently, the only way from here is up! Photo via Instagram:
Be sure to see the following articles:
Next to the Haymarket MBTA station on Blackstone Street is Lulu’s Kitchen, which recently opened as by Sandy Russo, the owner of Lulu’s Sweet Shoppe. While Lulu’s Sweet Shoppe is still open and offering pastries, cupcakes, and desserts of all kinds, the new kitchen is serving up comfort foods in a simple diner style atmosphere. Read the article for more information on the decor, menu items, and the overall dining experience.
Keeping you in the loop with parking around the city, Back Bay and the Seaport are now charging higher rates for metered street parking, affecting 1,650 meters in the Back Bay and 591 in the Seaport. The increased rates are part of a yearlong pilot that spikes the rates from $1.25 per hour to $3.75 per hour. The Boston Globe has more on the pilot that aims to help city officials better manage on-street parking Boston’s bustling shopping and dining centers.
Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.
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