Featured Meetings Real Estate

Residents Group Narrowly Supports New Building at Prince & Salem Streets [Video]

In a vote of 16-15, members of the North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) narrowly supported new construction at 149 Salem Street, including the corner at 71 Prince Street. Longtime North Enders and former operators of Green Cross Pharmacy, the Giangregorio family, are looking to remove the existing wooden structure that housed Prince Postale Read More…

Featured Government

City Council Discusses Construction Work Hours; Corporate Tax Breaks

Construction is happening all over the city, with cranes and excavators constantly moving dirt and metal to create new developments. Now, City Councilor Ed Flynn is calling for a hearing regarding construction hours and weekend work. Flynn, who represents District 2 including Downtown, Chinatown, the South End and South Boston, requested the hearing during the Read More…

Real Estate

16 Moon Street Building Construction Discussed at Neighborhood Council Meeting

Members of the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) questioned the lack of neighborhood review regarding new construction at 16 Moon Street. From the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services (ONS), Maria Lanza said the construction was permitted because it is zoning compliant and considered “as of right” by Boston Inspectional Services with no variances required. Read More…

Daily Briefs

Wednesday’s Brief: TD Construction, Tresca’s Balcony View, Loading Carbohydrates!

Things to know for Wednesday! Vertical steel structures beginning to rise on Causeway: Steel beginning to rise at Hub on Causeway next to @tdgarden! @universalhub @JoeKane52 @NHLBruins @NorthEndBoston @bostonplans pic.twitter.com/q99mWDAbqh — Adam Castiglioni (@ConciergeBoston) April 4, 2017 News from around the neighborhood: Haute Top 5: Best Restaurants with a View in Boston 2017 The North End has many Read More…

Photos & Videos Real Estate

NEWNC Unanimously Supports 173 Endicott Street Development [Video]

The highlighted agenda item for the North End Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) meeting was the controversial development proposal at 173 Endicott Street in Boston’s North End. The proposal was voted down at the recent North End Waterfront Residents Association (NEWRA), but recent changes to the design proved to appease the council members of NEWNC. The proposal is for Read More…

Photos & Videos Real Estate

Residents Group Opposes 5-Story New Construction on Endicott St. [Video]

The North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) voted 22-14 to oppose a proposed 5-story new residential building by Urban Core Development at 173 Endicott Street, on the corner of N. Margin Street. In response to concerns expressed at previous meeting and during abutter sessions, the proponent has reduced the height from 55 feet to 50 feet, before mechanicals, which Read More…

Real Estate

Commodore Construction Update on “The Boulevard” at 110 Broad Street

Commodore Construction has provided the following update on construction for the 12-story, 36-unit “The Boulevard” development project at 110 Broad Street. The weather has been favorable and January moved along as planned. The pre-trenching process was completed early in the month, followed by start of the guide wall construction. Installation of the guide walls was completed on Read More…

Event Notices Photos & Videos

Residents’ Association Supports New Construction at 210 Endicott Street [Video]

The North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) heard and supported the zoning relief a new 5-story residential building at 210 Endicott Street, owned by Robert DelloRusso. The height of the planned building will be 51 feet, with a private roof deck and four parking spaces. After a short discussion, members voted 33-3 to support Read More…