Office Building on Public Garden Sells to Mystery Buyer at Record Price

November 10, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Fisher College has sold a building fronting the Public Gardens on Arlington Street for what is being dubbed a new Boston record for price per square footage. As first reported by Bldup.com, the sale was handled by Paul McCoy Family Services – a tax and services agency on St. James Avenue...
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City Ready for Safety Re-Design of Tremont Street

November 10, 2017
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By Seth Daniel The City’s Transportation Department (BTD) is preparing for a complete safety re-design of Tremont Street, with short-term solutions coming online this fall and longer-term solutions being implemented next year after community input. “Through Go Boston 2030, we heard from our residents that they want safer streets and BTD is taking action...
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South End Landmarks Commission Updates

November 10, 2017
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The South End Landmarks Commission (SELC) ratified the unapproved installation of a black wrought iron fencing at the front side and rear side yards of 36 Claremont Park in the South End. The violation was a result of a contractor not applying for building permit to learn that it needed approval by the SELC....
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South End Landmarks Approves Boston University Dental School Upgrades

November 10, 2017
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By Beth Treffeisen The Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, located at 100 E Newton St., in the South End, will soon see some major improvements as part of the rehabilitation of the existing building and extensive landscaping upgrades. The South End Landmarks Commission (SELC) approved the demolition of a one-story, 1970s cafeteria-addition...
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Illuminus Boston Lights Up Downtown Crossing

November 10, 2017
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By Beth Treffeisen Boston artists, designers and performers showed off their innovative and imaginative works by transforming downtown Boston into a vibrant urban canvas of light, sound and projection on the evenings of Friday Nov. 3 and Saturday Nov. 4. The Downtown Boston Business Improvement District (BID), luminArtz, and ILLUMINUS kicked off the event...
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Walsh Gets Four More Years with Victory in Downtown Neighborhoods, Citywide

November 10, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Boston Mayor Martin Walsh scored decided victory in the downtown neighborhoods and throughout the city on Tuesday night, Nov. 7, over Councilor Tito Jackson, getting the reward of another four years in office to continue the work he started four years ago. As the numbers go, citywide Walsh got 70,125 votes...
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