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January 2, 2018

Pierce Boston Punctuates Fenway Changes

Pierce Boston

On a frigid winter day, Samuels & Assoc. President Joel Sklar took in the views from the 30th-floor roof deck of the Pierce Boston and pictured Fourth of July fireworks displays and grilling on warm summer nights.

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December 13, 2017

First Look: Our Fathers Deli, Open in Allston

Our Father's Deli Bar

If you’re craving a bagel with lox, there’s a new place to get one in Boston—and on your evening commute, that same location is where to go for a spin on a gin and tonic and modern Jewish cooking. Our Fathers Delicatessen, a dual-concept deli and restaurant from the Franklin Restaurant Group, is now open.

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December 13, 2017

With demand spiking for office space, developers are building ‘on spec’

Development in the Seaport

Traditionally, speculative building has been a rare and risky move in Boston’s relatively conservative development sector. Office builders typically don’t move dirt until they have leased at least half the space they’re planning. Now, with growing tech-oriented companies such as Wayfair and Amazon searching for large blocks of space — and finding few — more developers are mulling a roll of the dice.

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December 13, 2017

Turn a bedroom into a living room at the touch of a button

Opri wall unit with bed

Ori is a robotic furniture system that morphs into a bedroom, office/dressing room or living room at the touch of a keypad or an app voice command.

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December 1, 2017

Haute Happenings This Weekend In Boston

Room 68

A new pop-up store has appeared in the Fenway. The Provincetown haute spot Room 68 Contemporary Art & Design

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November 30, 2017

A Coffee Kiosk With Nitro Cold Brew Arrives in Fenway Next Week

A New Hampshire-based coffee company will fill the lobby of Fenway’s former Landmark Center (now 401 Park — the future home of the Time Out Market food hall

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October 2, 2017

Yes, Fenway Is Getting a Food Hall

April 2017 news hinted at a future food hall at Fenway’s Landmark Center, spanning 25,000 square feet and “spill[ing] out into an open park area.” It’s officially happening. Lisbon’s Time Out Market (part of the Time Out media family) will expand to Boston in 2019 (after a 2018 opening for a Miami location), the company announced today.

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August 28, 2017

Five Things You Should Know About Steve Samuels

The Seaport District aside, there may be no part of Boston that’s been more transformed over the last decade than Boylston Street in the Fenway. A once-ragged strip of gas stations and fast food joints has become a sleek canyon of city, brimming with luxury apartments and destination restaurants.

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August 21, 2017

Boston's 12 Most Anticipated Fall Restaurant Openings

Fall is just around the corner, and with it comes a pack of new restaurants, from a seafood star out of Portland to a splashy steakhouse set in a former bank. Keep an eye out for these 12 exciting new openings in Boston, and beyond.

 

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May 23, 2017

Biotech startup Decibel slides home with new Fenway digs

The startup, which is developing drugs to prevent, slow or even fix hearing loss, recently moved from temporary space in the biotech hub of Kendall Square to a 32,000-square-foot office at 1325 Boylston St. The Van Ness property was developed by Samuels & Associates a part of a broader mixed-use project, and opened in 2015.

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