Mayor Walsh has proposed a $2.4 billion capital plan for Fiscal Year 2019 that will make investments toward schools, transportation, climate resiliency, arts and more in every Boston neighborhood.
Investments in the North End include renovations to the Paul Revere Mall, the final phase of construction of the Eliot School on Commercial Street, and the reconstruction of North Square, including the public art project. Funds will also be budgeted for the design of the new North End Community Center and improvements to the Langone, Puopolo and Christopher Columbus Parks.
Downtown area investments will address Long Wharf structural issues caused by flooding, street and sidewalk improvements, and the restoration of Faneuil Hall.
See the neighborhood specific one-pagers for the North End and Downtown below.
View the City budget in its entirety at budget.boston.gov.