The Weekender: Urban Renewal Exhibit, North Station Traffic Plan, 5-Story Residential Proposal?

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

Looking south down Harrison Avenue (from Oswego Street) in the New York Streets

Boston’s 1st Urban Renewal – New York Streets at West End Museum

The West End museum held an exhibit to portray how the West End was demolished as a victim of ‘urban renewal.’  This new exhibit tells the story of this lost ‘sister’ community, read the post for more information on the story and exhibit.

Love Stories of the North End

Speaking to the essence of Valentine’s Day, these neighborhood love stories, “are as beautiful and unique as the people who live them, right here in the North End.” View the post for some classic North End love stories.

With this much development, could this area possibly be alleviated of traffic and congestion?

Despite Development, North Station Mobility Plan to Decrease Congestion?

With all of the development around North Station, can the congestion possibly be alleviated? Read the post for how the North Station Mobility Action Plan will take a multi faceted approach to the area surrounding North Station.

5-Story Residential Building at 173 Endicott Street Proposed at Neighborhood Council [Video]

An application for a 5-story development at 173 Endicott Street was presented at the latest The North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC). The nine-unit residential building is on the empty parcel that is currently used as a parking lot. View the post for more information on the proposal.

Police Blotter: Greedy Bank Robber, Knifepoint Robbery, Threatening Letter Opener

A report from District A-1 Boston Police blotter, this report consisted of a Hanover Street robbery, an aggravated assault, and a street robbery at knifepoint, view the report.

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