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February 22, 2018

Future of Fenway: Developing a vibrant neighborhood for a new generation

In a few weeks, baseball will return to Fenway Park. When the Red Sox return, fans may notice some big changes in the Fenway neighborhood.

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February 14, 2018

Top 10 Boston Completions of 2017

Strong economic and demographic expansion is fueling Boston’s development boom, and construction activity hasn’t shown signs of slowing down in 2017. 

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February 12, 2018

Dining Playbook: Where the Locals Eat: Eventide Fenway

We send @TheFoodLens to one of the newer Fenway restaurants, Eventide. This fast-casual spot is a perfect go-to for a quick seafood bite.

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February 6, 2018

How New England’s Cult-Favorite Oyster Bar Came to Fenway

Eventide Fenway

News of Eventide Oyster Co.’s arrival in Boston started with a few hushed rumors and crossed fingers—not everyone had made the trip north to the Portland flagship, but everyone in the New England area had at least heard of the famed oyster bar.

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February 1, 2018

The Verb Hotel: A Glimpse into Boston’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Past

The Verb Hotel

Boston is first and foremost a sports town. From historic Fenway Park to Bobby Orr’s statue in front of the Zakim Bridge, most tourists visit the city for sports and history. One type of history that’s usually forgotten is the alternative music and arts culture that once decorated Lansdowne Street and the surrounding Fenway neighborhood. Enter The Verb Hotel Boston.

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January 29, 2018

Haley.Henry Will Get a Sister Wine Bar in the Fenway

Haley.Henry

While the ship cabin-like, what-you-see-is-what-there-is atmosphere at Downtown Crossing’s Haley.Henry Wine Bar is a large part of the tiny spot’s charm, a big sister bar on the way to the burgeoning dining scene in the Fenway neighborhood is celebrated news. 

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January 29, 2018

Haley.Henry Team to Open New Wine Bar in Fenway

Haley.Henry

The folks behind a cozy, popular wine bar in Downtown Crossing have plans for a new venue in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood. Haley.Henry Wine Bar (45 Province St.) will get a younger sibling this summer, with owner Haley Fortier and managing partner Kristie Weiss (newly promoted from general manager) set to open another wine bar called Nathálie (stylized as nathálie) at 186 Brookline Ave., on the ground floor of the new Pierce Building.

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January 5, 2018

Construction Tour: The Pierce Boston

Pierce Boston

Construction is wrapping up at The Pierce Boston, a 30-story, 340-foot tower in Boston's Fenway neighborhood from developers Samuels & Associates and Landsea. Arquitectonica is leading the design of the glass tower, which is the Miami based firm's first Boston project. The tower stands as the neighborhood's tallest and will offer 109 condos and 240 rental apartments.

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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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