This week’s top reads on NorthEndWaterfront.com focused on development, transportation, real estate and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week.
At the January 16 meeting of the Wharf District Council, Evan Rowe, MBTA Director of Revenue and Elizabeth Winters Ronaldson, MBTA Deputy Director of Advertising introduced plans to install Digital Urban Panels (DUP) at several MBTA transit stations including the Aquarium station located in the Wharf District. Read more here.
The City of Boston has requested an additional extension from State officials to further the discussions and review of the Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan. With this fourth delay comes requests from local groups to reopen the public comment period once the revised plan goes public. Read more, including a letter from Boston Harbor Now, here.
We Are Boston’s Waterfront recently hosted a community meeting with the Conservation Law Foundation to discuss the changes we are seeing to the waterfront and how we can plan for the future. Attendees learned how our climate is changing, what the city is doing about it, and how residents can take action. Read more here.
Mayor Walsh proposed a citywide ordinance earlier this week establishing guidelines and regulations to regulate short-term rentals, i.e., Airbnb. Most notable is a 90-day limit for residential units rented via Airbnb and other similar sites. Read more and see neighborhood comments here.
Carol Troxell, President of the Faneuil Hall Marketplace Merchants Association, passed away last Tuesday. She had been working at the Marketplace since the 1980s and made quite an impact, most notably in her creation of the holiday light show, Blink! Read more here.
Boston Community Collaborative coordinated an amazing on-court opportunity for kids at Sunday’s Celtics game vs the Orlando Magic. Read more and see photos here.