Thursday Dec 5
Baxter's Boathouse for sale
WATERFRONT DESTINATION Baxter's Boathouse Club and Baxter's Fish & Chips has been put on the market for sale after operating on Hyannis Harbor since 1967.
Apartment units announced for Revere Beach as part of new Waterfront Square plan
Real Estate Capital Partners of New York City is teaming with Covington Realty Partners LLC of Chicago to develop The Vanguard at Waterfront Square, a 194-unit rental apartment community on the waterfront in Revere, MA, just 5.5 miles northeast of downtown Boston.
Banker & Tradesman
Passing On The Waterfront Torch
When incoming Mayor Marty Walsh takes office in January, he will be inheriting a booming Boston waterfront made possible thanks to the efforts of outgoing Mayor Tom Menino and his administration.
Cozy Fireside Dining in Boston
The magical holiday season is upon us. The weather's getting colder and soon the cobblestone streets of Boston will be dusted with snow, which means it is time to head for crackling fires that warm hearts, noses and toes.
American India Foundation gala to benefit India's unemployed youth
The American India Foundation will host its seventh annual New England gala on Saturday, Nov. 23, from 6-10 p.m. at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel in Boston, Mass.
Virtual Tour: A Derby Street Condo With a View
This condo, located at 225 Derby St., is currently selling in Salem for $675,000.
Institute of Contemporary Art/File FEMA's new flood map reaches deep into city
The first significant change to Boston's floop maps in decades would affect the Institute of Contemporary Art, which moved to this building in the Seaport District in 2006.
JRS Amenities Introduces Elegant, Eco-Friendly Amenity Dispenser for Luxury Hotels
Research has confirmed that a growing number of travellers select their hotels based partly on sustainable practices, with green certification being the single most important factor affecting their choice.
Prime Boston sites deemed - blighted' dodge taxes
Mayor Thomas M. Menino has let downtown commercial landowners dodge millions in taxes by declaring their prime properties "blighted" under an arcane decades-old law - plum tax breaks three developers are scrambling to cement before the new mayor takes over, a Herald review found.