Category Archives: In the News

Tour this $12M Brookline estate, the priciest home sold so far this year in Greater Boston



The $11.8 million sale of this 9,517-square-foot, 4.1-acre Brookline estate was Greater Boston’s largest residential transaction of the first quarter, according to data from American City Business Journals, the BBJ’s parent company. [Read more…]

Alternate Parking for Fenway/Kenmore

During declared snow emergencies, parking is prohibited on major arteries and discounted parking is available at several parking lots and garages cars with Boston resident parking stickers. [Read more…]

Bar Louie to open 6K-square-foot restaurant near Fenway, this weekend

In case you didn”t believe it when the Boston Hospitality and Tourism Industry blog reported the news back in February, Texas bar-and-restaurant chain Bar Louie is really going to open a restaurant inside a Marriott Residence Inn under construction in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston. [Read more…]

L.L. Bean tote made from Fenway Park infield tarp to benefit One Fund Boston

L.L. Bean, New England’s venerable outdoor haberdasher, has unveiled a special tote bag fashioned from Fenway Park tarp that will benefit the One Fund Boston, which was established to assist victims and families affected by the tragic events at the Boston Marathon. [Read more…]

The Fenway neighborhood has earned Boston’s first designation as cultural district from the Massachusetts Cultural Council

The Fenway neighborhood has earned the Massachusetts Cultural Council. The area encompasses the highest concentration of cultural institutions in the United States outside of New York City. Take a look at some of these iconic establishments. [Read more…]

City OKs West Fenway tower

The Boston Redevelopment Authority has approved a 22-story tower for the West Fenway that will bring more than 300 residential units retail space to the neighborhood. [Read more…]

Apartment Tower Planned Near Fenway

Another tall apartment building has been pitched for the Fenway neighborhood of Boston, where Skanska USA Commercial Development wants to get in on a burst of building activity in the area. [Read more…]

Fenway on the Rise

Not just home to the ballpark, Ted Reinstein what’s going on in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood; developer Steve Samuels; Kelli Pedroia’s view; living inside the Gardner Museum. [Read more…]

Building Over the Pike

Building over the pike. Big plans for the future. [Read more…]

Muddy River Flood Risk Management and Environmental Restoration

The Muddy River is a small waterway located in the Boston metropolitan area. Most of the 5.6 square mile watershed is located in the city of Boston and the town of Brookline, with a small portion located in the city of Newton. The 3.5 mile long Muddy River flows through the heart of Frederick Law Olmsted’s famed “Emerald Necklace,” one of the most carefully crafted park systems in America and the oldest remaining linear urban park system in the United States. [Read more]

Watch Chronicle’s article on restoring the muddy river.