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December 5, 2018

Boston’s 2018 Eater Award Winners

2018 was a good year for unique wine lists, intimate spaces, and unique wine lists in intimate spaces. Much like its big sister Haley.Henry, a Downtown Crossing hit, Nathálie delivers the goods in Fenway.

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November 13, 2018

Two towers would connect Back Bay, Fenway, South End and Cambridge

Samuels & Associates has formally proposed developing a $350 million air-rights project on Parcel 12, a site at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue, Boylston Street and Newbury Street that straddles the Massachusetts Turnpike in Boston.

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November 13, 2018

Massachusetts Turnpike towers would add residences and hotel rooms above busy thoroughfare

A new development would add 575,000 square feet in two new towers above the Massachusetts Turnpike where the Interstate intersects with Boylston Street and Massachusetts Avenue in Back Bay.

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November 13, 2018

Samuels & Associates Plans Two-Tower Back Bay Air Rights Projects

A developer is trying to execute an air rights project in Back Bay where others have stalled, but this one thinks it has the recipe for success.

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November 12, 2018

Plans for two towers above the Mass. Pike move forward

A complicated project that could reshape a key stretch of Massachusetts Avenue in the Back Bay will soon undergo city review.

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October 29, 2018

New Urbanism Thrives In Historic Sears Warehouse Buildings

In Boston’s Fenway neighborhood stands a one-million-square-foot yellow brick and limestone Art Deco building with a 200-foot-tall central tower. It has a twin in Minneapolis, as well as siblings in Atlanta, Seattle, Memphis and Los Angeles. Now an object lesson in how a city benefits when historic preservation meets adaptive reuse, the massive Boston building came within a hair’s breadth of being torn down.

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October 26, 2018

Five developments that could change Fenway in the next 5 years

Boston-based real-estate development firm Samuels & Associates is redeveloping the former Landmark Center (since renamed 401 Park) and bringing Time Out Market, a London-based food and cultural market, to a two-level, 21,500-square-foot space in the historic building.

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October 26, 2018

The Changing Face of Fenway

Some things never change, like the "Fenway Faithful" and their passion for the Red Sox. But since the Red Sox last played in the World Series five years ago, so much around the ballpark is now unrecognizable. "This neighborhood used to be bunch of mechanics and gasoline stations. And look at it now," said Sal Dozens.

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October 23, 2018

Five projects that reshaped Fenway in the 5 years since the Sox won the World Series

In the five years since the Boston Red Sox have won a World Series championship, the area surrounding the team’s beloved Fenway Park has exploded with mixed-use development, bringing new office, residential, retail and restaurant space to the neighbourhood.

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October 17, 2018

The Fenway's Pierce Boston Nearly Sold Out After 6 Months

Located at the intersection of Brookline Avenue and Boylston Street, the 30-story tower opened its doors on March 1, 2018. Of the building's 109 condo units, 100 have been sold.

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