Real Estate

Parcel 9 Hotel Project Seeking Overlay Zoning District at Haymarket

Boston Redevelopment Authority Project Manager, Christopher Tracy, has provided some answers to Victor Brogna in response to his letter recently published on NorthEndWaterfront.com. [See Parcel 9 (Haymarket Hotel) Letter on Development Progress, Or Lack Thereof] We very much appreciate Mr. Tracy’s update on Parcel 9, a project we have followed since 2009. Last October, this project went through Read More…

Business Photos & Videos

Boston Public Market Opens With 37 Local Vendors [Photo Gallery]

After a multi-year planning effort, the Boston Public Market opened Thursday, July 30th at 100 Hanover Street, above the Haymarket T Station on the ground floor of the Parcel 7 garage. The non-profit indoor market is open 8am to 8pm from Wednesday through Sunday. The main entrance is on Congress Street although the market also has entrances along the Read More…

Arts & Culture

Feature Video: Haymarket, The Soul of the City

The Haymarket Project documentary has been released in a feature video titled Haymarket, the Soul of the City. For the last two years, the project has been releasing seasonal videos about the historic outdoor food marketplace. An accompanying exhibition is also being shown at Suffolk University’s Adams Gallery through August 30, 2015. The feature presents the four seasons at Boston’s Haymarket with photographs by Read More…

On View: “Haymarket, the Soul of the City”

Haymarket, the Soul of the City, is on view at Suffolk University’s Adams Gallery through August 30, 2015. The exhibition presents photographs from the four seasons at Boston’s Haymarket with photographs by Justin H. Goodstein, interviews with Ken Turino, and a video featuring the sights, sounds, and voices of Haymarket. Haymarket, Boston’s outdoor food market, Read More…

Business Community

Boston Public Market Vendors Selected for July 2015 Opening

The Boston Public Market has selected its first round of vendors to sell locally produced goods in the new market set to open this July. At 28,000 square feet, the market will encompass the ground floor of the Parcel 7 / Haymarket garage (136 Blackstone Street) adjacent to the Rose Kennedy Greenway and next to the Read More…

Arts & Culture People Photos & Videos

The Haymarket Project: Part IV – Fall

The fourth and final part of The Haymarket Project covers the Fall season with stories from the diverse vendors in Boston’s Haymarket. This episode includes interviews with: Roy Fournier, Harry’s Cheese and Cold Cuts Alyssa “Sina” Chhim Jonathan Chhim Scott Lampert The year-long project captures the varying atmosphere of each season at the market taking viewers on Read More…

Arts & Culture People Photos & Videos

The Haymarket Project: Part III – Summer

In the third of a four-part series, The Haymarket Project moves into the Summer stories of the diverse vendors in Boston’s Haymarket. This year-long project captures the varying atmosphere of each season at the market taking viewers on a unique tour of this centuries-old market. Haymarket Project – Part III includes interviews with vendors and customers, and a few tips Read More…

Commentaries Community Police & Fire Transportation

Dealing With the Homeless at Haymarket

An extremely embarrassing problem has occurred in the North End over the past couple of months.  In the attached photo from Friday morning, you can see 3 apparently homeless people sleeping in front of Haymarket MBTA station. Every morning hundreds of commuters like myself have had to step over, walk around or even step on Read More…

Arts & Culture People Photos & Videos

The Haymarket Project: Part Two – The Terminal Market

This is the second of four parts of The Haymarket Project, telling the stories of the diverse array of vendors in Boston’s Haymarket. This section interviews vendors in the Boston Market Terminal and features archival images from the early twentieth century. Vendors interviewed in Part Two include Otto Gallotto, Joseph Omessimo and Frank Pennacchio. The Read More…