Boston Harbor Now’s Director of Policy Jill Valdes Horwood and Director of Planning Alice Brown host a bi-weekly video blog covering topics related to the harbor. Watch their most recent episode about the Harborwalk below.
In this four and half minute vlog, Horwood and Brown discuss the Boston Harborwalk, a public walkway along the waterfront that, when completed, will be nearly 50 miles long. The two discuss the history of the Walk, the planning process, and the Chapter 91 provision that grants public access to the Harbor. They go on to highlight some of the public art and historical monuments visitors can find along the Harborwalk.
Learn more at BostonHarborNow.org and follow our coverage of this video series as more episodes are released by searching the tag: Waterfront Wednesdays.
One Reply to “Boston Harbor Now’s “Waterfront Wednesdays” Episode Four: Harborwalk 101”
Hello Harbor Walk people. How about looking into the fenced off and decaying Pier 5 in front of Flagship Wharf? It would make a great park to just enjoy the city skyline or a small playground for local kids (like Menio Park in front of Spaulding Hospital). Something needs to be done to stop the ongoing crumbling of a potentially great city asset.
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