Featured Health & Environment

North End Water And Sewer Works July 2020 Update: Work Continues on Tileston St. & Lewis St., New Projects Begin on Margaret St. & Cleveland Pl.

The July 2020 work plan by Boston Water & Sewer Commission is shown below. In June, water main work was completed on parts of Lewis and Tileston Streets. In July, expect work on Lewis and Tileston Streets to continue, as well as new work to start on Margaret Street and Cleveland Place. See below for Read More…

Arts & Culture Featured Real Estate

North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) Granted New Space on Tileston Street

News from the Mayor’s Office regarding NEMPAC’s designation for space at two small buildings on Tileston Street, site of the former North Bennet Street School: Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced that the City of Boston has granted tentative designation to North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) as developer for 48-50 Tileston Street Read More…

Event Notices Real Estate

Community Meeting Regarding Request for Proposal Process for 48-50 Tileston Street

The Department of Neighborhood Development (DND) will hold a community meeting on Wednesday, November 7 at 6:30 p.m. at the Nazzaro Center regarding the request for proposal (RFP) process for 48-50 Tileston Street. The Mayor’s Office filed an order to declare surplus the two vacant buildings at 48 and 50 Tileston Street earlier this year, Read More…

Featured Government

Community Use, Possibly NEMPAC, Favored for Vacant Tileston Street Buildings

Boston City Council’s Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation held a hearing Monday morning over several surplus parcels and transferring the custody, control and management of them over to the Property Facilities Commission including 48 and 50 Tileston Street. Tileston Street was acquired by the city as part of the 2012 North Bennet Street School / Read More…

Community

Recalling the North End’s “Love Lane” on Valentine’s Day

Navigating through the North End can often make this neighborhood feel like the Prague of Boston — narrow streets laden in antiquity. Tracing the history of these streets can often reveal less-known stories that coincide with the advent of days like today. Valentine’s Day calls upon the opportunity to share the nomenclature of Love Lane, otherwise Read More…