For the Record

From the Jan. 17 Public Improvement Commission meeting, City Hall:

•40 Trinity Place, Stuart Street; Boston Proper – Vertical Discontinuances, Specific Repairs – On a set of petitions by Trinity Stuart LLC and the Boston Planning & Development Agency

•1 Dalton Street, Belvidere Street, St. Germain Street, Clearway Street; Roxbury – Specific Repairs, Projection License – On a set of petitions by One Dalton Owner LLC

•33 Kilmarnock Street, Boylston Street; Boston Proper – Grant of Location – On a petition by Verizon New England Inc.

From the Jan. 17 Common Victualler Transaction hearing, City Hall:

• Wichit, Inc. d/b/a Wichit Sandwich, 244 Newbury St., Back Bay. Described as; first floor and basement level with kitchen and prep area; 17 seats. Seasonal patio on private property with 3 seats. To be managed by Andre Silva, between the hours of 7 a.m.–9 p.m. Mon. – Sat., 8 a.m.– 8 p.m. on Sundays.

•Back Bay Spas, Inc. d/b/a Healthworks Fitness, 441 Stuart Street, Back Bay. Described as open air walk up smoothie bar counter on the second floor of the health club; no seats. To be managed by Mark Harrington Jr., between the hours of 5:30 a.m.–10 p.m. Mon. – Fri., 7:30 a.m.– 8:30 p.m. Sat. & Sun.

•(Changes to an existing license) MVC 40B, LLC d/b/a The Revolution Hotel, 40 Berkeley Street, Back Bay. Amend the description From – Cafeteria within lodging house on basement level, To – Cafeteria within lodging house on basement level. Café located within existing hotel lobby, front door will remain the main exit and entrance with addition exit located in rear of lobby. No kitchen, but coffee machines, under counter refrigerators, toaster and prep space. 

•Ipswich Entertainment, Inc. d/b/a Loretta’s Last Call, 1 Lansdowne St, Fenway, have applied for a One Day Amendment for January 26, 2019 between the hours of noon to 3 p.m. to extend liquor license premise to serve beer and wine at the first annual Phantom Gourmet Winter Phest.

From the Jan. 22 Boston Landmarks Commission hearing, City Hall, 3 p.m.:

DESIGN REVIEW

•Emerald Necklace (Continued) Applicant: Margaret Dyson, BPRD
Proposed work: Phase 2 of Muddy River Flood Damage Reduction Project

•193 St. Botolph Street Applicant: Antonio Misdea, Misdea Enterprises LLC
Proposed work: Repointing of front and rear facades.

•108 St. Botolph Street Applicant: Eddie O’Connell, O’Connell Design Build Ltd.
Proposed work: Installation of new vestibule entry doors and intercom system.

•Trinity Church Applicant: Jeffrey Ganem, Owner’s Representative
Proposed work: Replacement of nine lighting rigs in the sanctuary.

From the Jan. 22 Licensed Premise Violations hearing, City Hall, 10 a.m.:

•Wheeling’s Bar, LLC, D/B/A Beehive, 541 Tremont St., South End. Date: 12/24/2018. Notice/Violation: Intoxicated patron requiring medical assistance.

•Iconic Food and Beverage Company LLC, D/B/A: Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel, 138 ‑ 150  Saint James Ave., Back Bay. Date: 12/24/2018. Notice/Violation: serving intoxicated person.

• Creative Restaurant Concepts, Inc., D/B/A: Whisky Saigon, 116  Boylston St., Back Bay. Date: 09/08/2018. Notice/Violation: Patrons smoking E cigarettes on premise.

From the Jan. 23 License Board hearing, City Hall, 10 a.m.:

•MVC 40B, LLC D/B/A:  The Revolution Hotel, 40 Berkeley St., South End. Has applied for an Innholder All Alcohol License to be exercised on the above – Seven-floor hotel with 32 rooms per floor, 2500 SF Year-round patio on private property midnight closing hour, total floor area of 73,000 SF. Manager:  Andrew Welch. Closing Time:  2 a.m.

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