Real Estate

3 Snelling Place 4th Floor Addition Receives Neighborhood Council Support [Video]

Rochelle Luongo, represented by Attorney William Ferrullo, received unanimous, 11-0, support for their expansion plans at 3 Snelling Place from the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC). The family trust has applied for zoning variances toward a fourth story addition and roof deck. Living space will also be extended to the basement for Unit #1. The Read More…

Business Featured Food & Drink

The Juicery Receives Support for Move to Salem Street

With the imminent redevelopment of the Cross St. Plaza in Boston’s North End, The Juicery intends to move to 56 – 58 Salem Street. The location was formerly occupied by Yankee Doodle Candy shop and DiPaolo & Rossi Meat Market before that. Mike McClean presented on behalf of Alex Vandemark, owner of The Juicery. The business would Read More…

Photos & Videos Real Estate

180 Endicott Street Occupancy Change Gets Neighborhood Council Support [Video]

Dr. Simcha Weller, manager of 180 Endicott Street LLC, has appealed the City to “change occupancy from three to four apartments, not adding any additional floor area nor increasing the number of bedrooms.” The building is being renovated with an update of all systems and the requested variance is required to separate the third and Read More…

Community Real Estate

Neighborhood Council Supports Addition at 3 Pond Place

The Tsakalidis family at 3 Pond Street Place appeared before the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) on November 13th to present their expansion request. Pond Street Place extends off Endicott Street, near the intersection of Cooper Street. The proposal is to add a two-story addition as part of a complete renovation. Each floor will Read More…

Event Notices Real Estate

Zoning Board of Appeal Notices: 32 Charter Street and 173 Endicott Street

City of Boston Zoning Board of Appeal Tuesday, October 17 9:30am at Boston City Hall, Room 801 32 Charter Street McDonough Family LLP seeks to renovate and redesign existing floor condominium, extending residential use into the basement. 173 Endicott Street Daniel Toscano, attorney, representing owner who seeks to erect a four unit building with four Read More…

Featured Real Estate

Neighborhood Council Hears Proposal For Three Building Development on Jerusalem Place [Video]

A three-building new construction project has been proposed at 5-7-9 Jerusalem Place, currently a parking lot on the narrow street located off Salem and N. Margin Streets. Owner Chris Young has applied to build three 5-story residential buildings, each with two apartments and two ground floor parking spaces, for a total of six units of Read More…

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Inspectional Services Commissioner Speaks About Illegal Peace Garden Deck, Moon St. Building Height and Zoning Issues [Video]

Boston Inspectional Services Commissioner William “Buddy” Christopher, Jr. spoke at the July 2017 meeting of the North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA). The ISD commissioner started by addressing the controversial fire escape overlooking the St. Leonard’s Peace Garden. The commissioner confirmed it is not a legal deck and should not be used as such. The Read More…

Real Estate

5-Story Residential Building at 173 Endicott Street Proposed at Neighborhood Council [Video]

The North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) heard an application for a new 5-story development at 173 Endicott Street in Boston’s North End. The proposal by Urban Core Development’s Robert Quinn is to construct a nine-unit residential building on an empty parcel, currently used as a parking lot on the corner of N. Margin and Endicott Read More…

Community

Residents Group Supports 4th Story Addition at 8 Cooper Street [Video]

The North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) supported a proposal to add a 4th story to the building at 8 Cooper Street. In a 30-2 vote, the group favored the application by Risa Realty Trust (Rita and Lisa Dipietrantonio) to renovate the property which will be owner occupied. The Dipietrantonio family own the L’Osteria Restaurant Read More…

Community Meetings Real Estate

NEWNC Unanimously Supports Residential Conversion at 468 Commercial Street [Video]

After a few quick reports from City Councilor Sal LaMattina’s office (00:00 – 00:22) and neighborhood liaison Maria Lanza (00:26 – 03:10), the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) continued with their agenda items at their monthly meeting on November 14th.   Petitioners Christopher and Samantha Iannella presented to the council (3:22), requesting zoning relief to Read More…

Community Food & Drink

New Coffee Shop / Cafe by Golden Goose on Atlantic Avenue Supported at Residents Meeting [Video]

The North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) voted 43-3 in support of a new coffee shop and cafe at 65 Atlantic Avenue. The proponent is Steve DeAngelis, owner of Golden Goose Market. The location is across the alley from the existing market, although the entrance would be on the Atlantic Avenue side of the property. Read More…

Community Food & Drink

Golden Goose Coffee Shop & Cafe Receives Unanimous Support from Neighborhood Council [Video]

A new coffee shop and cafe is being proposed by Golden Goose Market owner, Steve DeAngelis at 65 Atlantic Avenue, across the street from the Sail Loft. The proponent, represented by Attorney William Ferullo, presented this week at the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC). The plans require a change in occupancy from real estate Read More…