Friday, May 18, 2007

Pictures of the water main burst

Rob Sama posted some photos of the water main burst:

More photos available on his blog.

Thursday, May 17, 2007

Linehan wins

Congratulations to Bill Linehan who won the election over Susan Passoni. It was a close race, decided by only 551 votes. Linehan got three quarters of the votes from South Boston, a little more than half of Chinatown and the Bay Village. More details here:
Linehan wins District 2 council race

Monday, May 14, 2007

Archon sells 281 and 321 Summer

Normandy Real Estate Partners has bought a pair of buildings in Boston totaling 257,700 square feet for about $73 million. The two structures, 281 and 321 Summer Street, are office and retail buildings in the South Boston Waterfront District of Boston.

281 Summer Street dates from 1910, and underwent a renovation completed last month. The renovation included combining 281 Summer Street with an adjacent building, along with the creation of a new formal lobby and elevators. 321 Summer Street was originally built in 1911 and was renovated in 2001....

Saturday, May 12, 2007

Vote on Tuesday

The election for District 2 City Councilor is this Tuesday, May 15th. Remember to get out and vote. No matter which candidate you like, it's important to show politicians that Fort Point cares about local politics and gets to the polls.

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Redesign of Congress and Summer Streets

Fort Port Arts Community, Inc. (FPAC) and Seaport Alliance for a Neighborhood Design (SAND) host the Boston Redevelopment Authority for a community meeting regarding the redesign of Congress and Summer Streets:

The Crossroads Initiative
Thursday, May 17
6:30 PM
Midway Studios
15 Channel Center St.
Fort Point, South Boston

The Crossroads Initiative proposes improvements to design, pedestrian access, sustainability and the incorporation of public art.


For information contact Peter Gori, BRA Project Manager at 617 918-4451, or visit