Daily Briefs

Tuesday’s Brief: Spring 2017, Target Removes Shirt, N. Station Mobility Action Plan, RUFF Feedback!

Things to know for Tuesday! As you may know, spring is officially underway: View this post on Instagram A beautiful reminder that spring is on the way! 📷: @davidfilipov Thank you for sharing this wonderful photo of the alliums blooming in the park! ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨ To learn more about the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park please visit www.foccp.org Read More…

Daily Briefs

Thursday’s Brief: False Boston T-Shirt, Snowy North Square, Old North Speaker Series!

Things to know for Thursday! View this post on Instagram snowy north square A post shared by North End – Boston, MA (@northendboston) on Mar 15, 2017 at 9:20am PDT Notable news found elsewhere: ‘West Roxberry,’ ‘Mission Hills,’ ‘Southy?’ Target T-shirts miss the mark A T-shirt being sold at Target left many Bostonians scratching their head. The T-shirt Read More…

Real Estate

Globe: Supermarket, Target, Glass Towers Proposed at North Station / TD Garden

The lingering question of the North End / West End supermarket took another turn with news leaked to the Globe that TD Garden owner, Delaware North, and Boston Properties are looking to move forward with a double-tower mixed use development, including a Stop & Shop and a multi-level Target. Both Stop & Shop and Target Read More…

Community Food & Drink Real Estate

Target Corp. Vying For Bulfinch Triangle Parcel Against Stop & Shop

The North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) was surprised to hear tonight that Target Corp. is aggressively courting the developer of the “One Canal” project to be its anchor tenant. “One Canal” is the proposed $150 million housing development at Greenway Parcel 2 A/B/C, between the West End and North End neighborhoods. Target is competing against Read More…