This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured photo galleries from the celebrations of Saint Anthony and Saint Lucy, along with gardens, real estate, boats and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week.
One year short of its centennial, the opening ceremonies at the 99th St. Anthony’s Feast were a spectacle for thousands of devotees of the patron saint. During the opening nights of the feast, several bands marched through the North End while friends and families gathered for the annual celebration. On Sunday, the 10-hour Grand Procession brought the statue of San Antonio to nearly every street. See photos from opening night here and from the Grand Procession here.
September 1 has arrived and with it, the flip of 75% of Boston’s rental leases. Combine this with tens of thousands of college students returning to the city for the new school year, and you’ve got moving chaos. Read this guide to learn how to navigate Boston move week.
The Greenway Conservancy and The Lynch Foundation celebrated the new Carolyn Lynch Garden with a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony in late August 2018. The newly constructed space features four-season plantings in keeping with the park’s original design. Read more and see photos here.
The St. Lucy Society kicked off their 97th Feast last Thursday night in honor of Santa Lucia, St. Lucy, Vergine e’ Martire – Protectress of Eyesight. After a blessing on Endicott Street by Fr. Joe of St. Leonard Church, a solemn procession was made by society members through the neighborhood streets. Read more and see photos here.
Plans have been submitted to the Boston Planning & Development Agency to convert the Knights of Columbus building at 41 North Margin Street to 23 senior affordable housing units and a renovated Knights of Columbus Hall. Read more and see floor plans here.
Sailing Yacht Adèle has been spotted at Boston Yacht Haven on Commercial Wharf. Built by Vitters in the Netherlands in 2005, Adèle is 179.27 feet in length and can accommodate up to ten guests in four cabins, in addition to seven crew. See photos here.