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September 21, 2018

South Boston’s 656-unit Washington Village could advance with new developer

Three-year-old plans to build at least 656 apartments and condos in multiple buildings on a 5-acre site between Old Colony and Dorchester avenues in South Boston could advance now that one of Boston’s more prolific private developers has joined the project.

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September 20, 2018

Washington Village gets a new partner

If we had a nickel for every email we got inquiring about the large scale development Washington Village and when construction is going to begin, well, we’d have a lot of nickels. But great news – we’ve got on update on this project!

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September 20, 2018

Fenway's developer Samuels & Associates sets sights on Southie

Boston-based Samuels & Associates, the real-estate development firm that made its name transforming much of the city’s Fenway neighborhood into a mixed-use mecca, is setting its sights on another neighborhood: Southie.

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September 19, 2018

New developer signs on to Andrew Square housing project

A plan for a large housing development near Andrew Square could get new life now that one of the city’s most prominent builders has signed onto the stalled project.

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September 17, 2018

The Fenway/Kenmore Neighborhood and Longwood Medical Area

In Boston, the name Fenway is not just for baseball anymore. The neighborhood, often called “the Fenway” by locals, is distinguished as the home of the legendary Fenway Park, built in 1912 for the Boston Red Sox. The area has been transfigured by new residential skyscrapers where fast-food restaurants once stood.

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September 13, 2018

Ori's Robotic Furniture Has Landed at West Elm in Fenway

Studio apartments come with their own unique set of challenges, from the awkwardness of entertaining guests beside your bed to being unable to escape your significant other. Local robotic-furniture company Ori wants to change that with Studio Suite, a shapeshifting space divider that’s available to the public for the first time in a pop-up at West Elm in Fenway.

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September 11, 2018

The Rise of Luxury Outdoor Amenities

In today’s luxury residences, amenities outside the building have become just as important as those within the building.

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August 23, 2018

Where to drink wine made by women in the Fenway

Where to Nathalie, a wine bar in the Fenway. Owner Haley Fortier, managing partner Kristie Weiss, and executive chef David Cavilla are also behind Haley Henry downtown.

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August 22, 2018

Erin Robertson and Nicole Fichera: From ‘Runway’ to the Fenway

Erin Robertson and Nicole Fichera are making it work. The “Project Runway” alumna and the interior/product designer want creative members of the community to get artsy at a new pop-up concept they’re opening in the Fenway neighborhood today. Their temporary storefront, called Hourglass, will be a triple threat of experiences, encompassing a boutique, a studio and a workshop area — all dedicated to creating and the created.

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August 20, 2018

‘Project Runway’ winner to launch a style and design pop-up in the Fenway

A colorful collaboration is popping up in Boston. Erin Robertson, fashion designer and “Project Runway” winner, and Nicole Fichera, interior and project designer, are opening Hourglass, a pop-up store that’s “part boutique and part content studio” in the Fenway on Wednesday.

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