The Weekender: Cross Street Demolition, Design Center Showroom, Curling Club

Recapping the top post of the week, take a look at the 5 posts that drove the most traffic!

Divine Design Center, photo by Matt Conti.

Divine Design Center Opens on the North End Waterfront

Divine Design Center recently moved from the Seaport’s design center to an 8000 square feet showroom in Battery Wharf on the North End waterfront. Marking this as New England’s largest design showroom, view the post for more on their interior design and remodeling showroom.

North End Bombing Victim Roseann Sdoia to Marry Boston Fireman Who Saved Her

Roseann Sdoia, the former North End resident who lost her leg in the Boston Marathon bombing, is now engaged to the firefighter who saved her. Read the post for more on their engagement.

Photos courtesy of Kieran Chapman at South Shore Curling (NEWF Photo)

North End Curling Club Starting at Steriti Rink; New Members Welcome

Despite being in the early stages, the North End Curling Club is already seeing a lot of interest. With each session lasting a few hours, all equipment is provided and there will even be Learn-to-Curl sessions for people who are new to the sport, view the post for more details on the club.

Demolition Delay Meeting Set for Cross Street Buildings on February 7th

Looking for more information about the plans to demolish the buildings at 198 Hanover Street, 60 Cross Street, and 53 Salem Street? There will be a meeting on Tuesday to inform residents about the proposed demolition, more information.

January 2017 – North End / Waterfront Real Estate Sales

The North End real estate market continued to thrive in the first month of 2017. From a small studio selling for $400,000 to a 3 bedroom unit at Union Wharf going for $3,100,000, view the report for the real estate rundown.

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