This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com contained a little bit of everything – business, real estate, climate, parking and good causes. Read on below to see the most popular articles from the past week.
A new retail development project by Charter Realty is seeking permits to bring a Starbucks Coffee shop to 198 Hanover Street at the corner of Cross Street as part of the Cross Street Plaza development. Read more here.
Thomas F. Schiavoni of the North End summarizes a current hot topic in this commentary piece about the tidal wave of short-term rentals that are flooding Boston’s housing market and stirring up intense debate over legislation. Read more here.
Rich McGuinness, Deputy Director for Climate Change & Environmental Planning for the Boston Planning & Redevelopment Agency presented on the city’s efforts to address climate change at the April Residents’ Association meeting. Read more and watch the meeting video here.
More than half of the individuals taking advantage of discounted parking at the Haymarket Center Garage have been removed from the list following a 5 Investigates report that many are not actually North End residents. Read more and see the original WCVB5 report here.
“Boston Strong” Marathon Daffodils not only lined the 26.2 mile route, but potted daffodil plants were spread throughout Boston’s neighborhood parks last weekend, including Christopher Columbus Park. The respectful gesture honors those who were lost and injured five years ago on the April 15th bombings. Read more and see photos here.
The North End often attracts Boston athletes to its restaurants and barber shops, most recently New England Patriots Danny Shelton who was seen at Boston Barber & Tattoo Co. on Salem Street. Other exciting appearances have included Celtics player Gordon Hayward and coach Brad Stevens, Red Sox Pitcher Joe Kelly and many more!