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Reader Poll: What Do You Think About the Upcoming South Station Project?

The South Station project team recently held an open house to update the public on the predicted 4.5 year project to upgrade Boston’s South Station Transportation Center. The project includes updating rail and bus terminals, and building a new mixed-use tower providing office and residential space. MBTA red and silver lines should not be impacted, Read More…

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Reader Poll: What Do You Think of Chiofaro’s “Pinnacle at Central Wharf”?

The Chiofaro Company has publicly released its long-awaited design for a waterfront tower on Atlantic Avenue, a 600-foot tower called “The Pinnacle at Central Wharf.” The tower would have approximately 865,000 sq. ft. and the outside Harborwalk would be part of 28,000 sq. ft. of open space, meeting the 50% Chapter 91 requirement set forth Read More…

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Reader Poll: Park or Parking?

The Trustees of Reservations recently presented at both the North End / Waterfront Residents Association (NEWRA) and North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) on ideas to turn the current parking lot at Sargent’s Wharf into open space. The Trustees’ Boston Waterfront Initiative One Waterfront proposes the idea of converting Sargent’s Wharf into a public Read More…

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Reader Poll: What Are Your Initial Reactions to the Proposed Cape Air Seaplanes?

Cape Air hosted an information session in mid-December to present their proposal for seaplanes connecting Boston and New York City. The proposal includes four daytime fair-weather flights that would launch from Waterboat Marina’s exterior dock located past the tip of Long Wharf, taxi one mile out to Logan’s Runway 1432, and take off for the Read More…

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Reader Poll: What Do You Think of the Northern Ave. Bridge Design Plans?

New design concepts for the Northern Avenue Bridge project featuring a “people first” plan were released on Tuesday, December 10, 2019. The design features two spans crossing the channel – one that would be for buses, shuttles, and emergency vehicles, and the other for pedestrians and cyclists. There would also be a public space underneath Read More…