Wednesday, July 06, 2022

Neighborhood Summer Gathering June 28th & July Happenings

updated 7/06/22 with 25 Thomson Place restaurant abutters meeting. 

Join us for a

Summer Fort Point Seaport
Hybrid Neighborhood Gathering*

Tuesday, June 28, 2022
6 pm to 8 pm
in person at District Hall (75 Northern Ave.)
Online via Zoom


Our C-6 Community Service Officers

Neighborhood Discussions
Construction After Hours & Weekends
Life Sciences Impacts
Chapter 91 Public Spaces Ground Truthing
Open Community Questions /Updates


Boqueria Tapas Bar and Restaurant
 25 Thomson Place
requesting support for an All Alcoholic Beverages License


 899 Congress Street 
requesting support for an All Alcoholic Beverages License

Neighborhood News

*Please note we do not meet in July or August. Our next gathering will be September 27th.


Upcoming Neighborhood Happenings

June 24: Final Friday's Open Mic Night from 6pm-9pm at Assemblage Art Space, 70 Sleeper St. You may discover the next big musician, poet, storyteller... Performers should arrive at 5pm to sign up. R.S.V.P.

June 26: Seaport x Black Owned Bos. Market from 12pm to 6pm. Check the Boston Seaport calendar for Seaport Sweat, bike tune-ups & other events. 

June 26: Opening reception of "Wavelength" by artists Lisa Knox and Nancy Grice from 3pm - 6pm at The Gallery at 249 A, 249 A Street.

June 27: 17 Farnsworth Impact Advisory Group Public Meeting at 6pm. Replace existing, 361-vehicle parking garage built in 1986 with four-story life science building with mechanical penthouse set back from the roof edges to minimize visibility from the ground. No onsite accessory parking. Per Coastal Flood Resilience Overlay District, dry flood-proofed at least two feet above Sea Level Rise Base Flood Elevation (19.5 ft. BCB).

June 28: FPNA Fort Point Seaport Neighborhood Gathering 6-8pm at District Hall (75 Northern Ave) and via Zoom (details above).

June 29: Mayor Wu's Neighborhood Coffee Hour at Medal of Honor Park (East 3rd & M Streets) from 9:30 am - 10:30 am. It is a unique opportunity to speak directly with the Mayor and staff from City departments about open space and your neighborhood. Dunkin’ will be on-site to keep Bostonians runnin’ with coffee and MUNCHKINS® donut hole treats. In addition, each family in attendance will receive a free flowering plant provided by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department, while supplies last. 

July 7: Seaport Circle (701 Congress) Impact Advisory Group Public Meeting at 6pm.The Project will construct a 13-story laboratory/research & development and office building located on Parcel H totaling approximately 587,000 GFA, a two-story job training/non-profit center on an adjacent parcel totaling approximately 16,000 GFA, and an elevated walkway that connects these two buildings and surrounding properties. Register.

July 11: Abutters Meeting for support of an all alcohol license for Boqueria Tapas Bar & Restaurant at 25 Thomson Place. Public is welcome to attend the virtual meeting. 
Meeting Link:
Meeting ID: 822 5333 0580
Via phone +1 646 558 8656 and enter the Meeting ID above. 

July 11: Seaport Square Notice of Project Change (NPC) Public Meeting at 6:00 pm. The proposed NPC includes changes to the use and programming of several buildings, the elimination of a previously proposed building, and the expansion of open space. Read all the details on the NPC and the Planned Development Area Amendment

July 19: 17 Farnsworth Street Public Meeting at 6pm. For additional project details, explore the Project Notification Form.

July 19: 776 Summer St (Edison Power Plant) Phase 1 Impact Advisory Group Public Meeting at 6pm. Phase 1 will be located on 8.4 acres / 364,409 square feet within the approximately 15.2 acre (approximately 661,500 square foot) parcel of land known as and numbered 776 Summer Street in South Boston. It includes the rehabilitation of the Edison Turbine Halls 1, 2, and 3 and the construction of the buildings on Blocks D and F. Register.

July 26:  776 Summer St (Edison Power Plant) Phase 1 Public Meeting at 6pm. See phase 1 project description above. Register.

Friday, June 17, 2022

Subway Service Changes Take Effect Monday, June 20

For Immediate Release:
June 17, 2022

Subway Service Changes
Take Effect Monday, June 20

 BOSTON – The MBTA today announced weekday subway service changes to take effect on the Red, Orange, and Blue Lines on Monday, June 20, and continuing through the summer. These changes are the result of staffing challenges among the ranks of subway dispatchers in the MBTA’s Operations Control Center. With a limited number of dispatchers, these new timetables allow the MBTA to schedule dispatchers in compliance with Federal Transit Administration directives, and continue delivering service in a safe and reliable manner. 

These changes, which mirror typical Saturday schedules for the subway, affect weekday service only. There will be no changes to Red, Orange, or Blue Line weekend service, and no changes to any Green Line service. 

As of last week, ridership on the Red and Orange Lines remained approximately 50% below pre-pandemic levels while Blue Line volume was about 44% below pre-Covid ridership.  

The MBTA is exploring multiple options to add capacity at the Control Center, including an aggressive recruitment campaign, offering bonuses, and potentially hiring back former dispatchers.  

If dispatch capacity permits, there may be days when the MBTA can increase the number of trains in service. And as soon as sufficient dispatch capacity exists, the MBTA will revert to its previous level of service.  

There is one exception to the revised summer schedule. In the afternoon and evening of Monday, July 4, the MBTA will provide regular weekday service in order to accommodate people attending Independence Day festivities.   

Red Line:

Effective June 20, Red Line weekday trains will operate every 14 to 15 minutes on both the Ashmont and Braintree branches and seven to eight minutes between trains on the “trunk” of the Red Line between Alewife and JFK/UMass stations.

Red Line weekday summer service is typically nine to 10 minutes between trains during morning and evening peak periods, 10 to 12 minutes between trains during off-peak hours, and every five to six minutes between trains on the “trunk” of the Red Line between Alewife and JFK/UMass stations.

Orange Line:

Effective June 20, Orange Line weekday trains will operate every 10 minutes in the mornings, 11 minutes between trains in the evenings, and eight to nine minutes between trains during mid-day periods.

Orange Line weekday summer service is typically six to seven minutes between trains during morning and evening peak periods, and every seven to eight minutes between trains during off-peak periods.

Blue Line:

Effective June 20, Blue Line weekday trains will operate every seven minutes until 9 AM, and every eight to nine minutes for the rest of the day.

Blue Line weekday summer service is typically five minutes between trains during morning and evening peak periods, every nine to 10 minutes between trains in the mid-day mornings, and every five to six minutes between trains in the mid-day afternoons.

For more information, please visit or connect with the T on Twitter @MBTA, Facebook /TheMBTA, or Instagram @theMBTA.


Monday, June 13, 2022

Restaurants, Bars & Coffee: Abutters Meetings About The Neighborhood

The City of Boston's Office of Neighborhood Services runs abutter meetings, which are open to the public as well as the immediate abutters within 300' radius of the site. Anna White, our South Boston Liaison, will be running the following abutters meetings over the next two weeks:

Thursday June 16th
Serafina restaurant
11 Fan Pier
requesting support for a Non-Live & Live Entertainment license (tv, background music, DJ, live music and dancing) 2am closing

Join Zoom Meeting

Tuesday, June 21st
Render Coffee
2 Dry Dock Ave
requesting support for a Common Victualler (operating) License 

Join Zoom  Meeting

Tuesday June 21st
The Garret Bar*
70 Pier 4 Blvd
requesting support for an All Alcoholic Beverages License & Non-Live & Live Entertainment license (tv, background music and DJ)
Hours: kitchen closes and last call at 1:30am (closing 2am)

Join Zoom Meeting

* The Garret Bar presented at the May FPNA Gathering. View presentation

May 24th Neighborhood Gathering Features Activities on Land & Sea

06/12/2022: Updated with available speakers' presentations

You Are Invited

to a
Fort Point Seaport Neighborhood Gathering

Tuesday, May 24, 2022
6 pm to 8 pm


C-6 Boston Police Community Service Officers 

Anna White, South Boston Liaison
Office of Neighborhood Services

Summer Seaport Activations
Emily Soukas, WS Development
View Presentation 

Live from the Community Boat Building Shop
on Liberty Drive
Dave Pippin & Volunteers

Hull LifeSaving Museum on the Channel
Boston Rowing Center at Barking Crab Marina
Michael McGurl, Executive Director


What's New at Martin's Park?
Summer Programs & Volunteer Opportunities 
Sierra Rothberg
View Presentation


The Garret Bar
70 Pier Four Boulevard, Suite 270
requesting support for an All Alcoholic Beverages 2am License
View Presentation

Neighborhood News

* Please note that this month's gathering will be online only and not in person at District Hall

originally published 05.18.22

Wednesday, June 08, 2022

FPAC Presents MBTA Integrated Art & Objects Screening

MBTA Green Line Extension Integrated Public Art / Seven GLX Stations
Opening ReceptionThursday, June 9th  |  5:00pm –7:30pm
Location: FPAC Gallery, 300 Summer Street
Curator: Christine Vaillancourt

FPAC invites you to the opening reception for the MBTA Green Line
Extension Public Artists Exhibition at the FPAC Gallery!  The event 
will start at 5pm and end at 7:30pm. Refreshments will also be served
and alcohol for those who are of age. Though this is a free event,
registration is encouraged.

In 2014, the MBTA began selection of artists to create public art for
seven new stations for the Green Line Extension (GLX) through Cambridge,
Somerville, and Medford. The selection committee was comprised of the
Arts Councils of Cambridge, Somerville, Medford, and MBTA and GLX architects.

The MBTA’s GLX Integral Art Program incorporated art into the design rather
than add-ons or afterthoughts. The intent was to humanize the environment
and uniqueness of each station experienced by the ridership and the various
communities. Various concepts and final works are presented with some
of the artists juxtaposing work not related to the stations. 

OBJECTS Private Screening & Discussion

Film Screening: Thursday, June 9th  |  7:00pm – 9:00pm

Location: Assemblage, 70 Sleeper Street

Director: Vincent Liota


"An Object's Promise" and FPAC invite you to a private screening of
"OBJECTS," an endearing, entertaining, and existential film about the
secret lives of the special objects that preserve memories, conjure
experiences, and create meaning in our lives. Followed by a discussion
with director, Vincent Liota.

The screening is part of the exhibition "An Object’s Promise", a
playful and poignant maximalist intervention that raises
consciousness about our possessions and intentions.

Tuesday, June 07, 2022

Fort Point Landmarks June 2022 Meeting This Thursday


Thursday, June 9, 2022
6:00 PM

This hearing will be held virtually and NOT in person. 
You can participate in this hearing by going to the Zoom meeting link 
or by calling 929-205-6099 and entering meeting id 884 0359 7124# You can also submit written comments or questions to FortPointLDC@boston.


APP # 22.0919 FPC        305 CONGRESS STREET (Continued from 4/14/2022 Hearing)
Applicant: Keenan Brinn
Proposed work: Install small cell facility on an existing Boston light pole; replace existing pole to accommodate new antenna and equipment cabinet.

APP # 22.0924 FPC       244 A STREET (Continued from 4/14/2022 Hearing)
Applicant: Keenan Brinn
Proposed work: Install small cell facility on an existing Boston light pole; replace existing pole to accommodate new antenna and equipment cabinet.

APP # 22.0926 FPC        253 SUMMER STREET (Continued from 4/14/2022 Hearing)
Applicant: Keenan Brinn
Proposed work: Install small cell facility on an existing Boston light pole; replace existing pole to accommodate new antenna and equipment cabinet.

APP # 22.1042 FPC        12 FARNSWORTH STREET
Applicant: Philip Marcotty
Proposed work: Modifications to the loading dock at the rear of the building, modification of select windows, hardscape improvements at the rear (west) elevation. Install security cameras, new louvers, and Fire Department connection. At the roof level, install new equipment which will remain minimally visible from surrounding public ways.

APP # 22.1245 FPC         22 BOSTON WHARF ROAD
Applicant: Joseph Correia
Proposed work: Install white pan sign lightbox with halo edge lit push through lettering

APP # 22.1267 FPC         33-41 FARNSWORTH STREET
Applicant: Wyndsor DePetro 
Proposed work: Replace upper sash of 3 windows with louvers, install new 
window in opening currently infilled with louvers, install new louvered upper 
sash and glazed lower sash at brick infill, restore 3 historic loading bays back to 
original use, construct new loading dock and install new rooftop mechanicals.




David Berarducci, Susan Goganian, John Karoff, Lynn Smiledge, Vacancy
Alternates: Thomas Rodde, Vacancy

Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Your South Boston Newsletter Full of Good Information

Anna White, our new South Boston liaison, publishes a newsletter with local and City events. You can sign up (scroll down to stay connected) here.


Building on her commitment to make Boston a Green New Deal City, Mayor Michelle Wu and the Public Works Department announced that a curbside food waste collection program with rolling online enrollment is now available. Food waste collection will align with residents’ scheduled trash and recycling collection days. This program will reduce the City’s reliance on landfills and incinerators, and make it more convenient for Boston residents to dispose of their household food waste. The food waste, which will be collected through a partnership between Garbage to Garden and Save That Stuff, will be sent to Save that Stuff's composting site in West Bridgewater to be turned into compost that will be made available to Boston parks, gardens, and schools, and sent to Waste Management's CORe Facility in Charlestown where it will be made into clean energy. Learn more here.

City Announcements


Mayor Michelle Wu announced the City of Boston’s comprehensive plan for a safe and healthy summer for all Boston residents, communities, and neighborhoods. Mayor Wu announced several violence prevention and intervention initiatives, including the Community Ambassadors Program, “Adopt a Block” initiative, Operation Homefront, and new employment and job training opportunities. These programs fill critical gaps in service delivery, build new possibilities for Boston, and ensure the City fully supports our communities most directly impacted by violence with the safety, trust, and accessibility that residents deserve.

This new, intensive approach addresses public safety through a lens of public health, equity, economic opportunity, and community trust. The initiatives announced today will also organize the wide variety of preexisting programs from the Mayor’s Office, Boston Public Schools (BPS), the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC), the Human Services Cabinet, and the Boston Police Department (BPD) into a coordinated network of services to support Boston residents this summer. Learn more here.


Mayor Michelle Wu and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture announced 120 grants totaling $801,343 have been awarded to artists, teaching artists, cultural practitioners, and creative workers as part of the City’s Opportunity Fund program. This is the fifth year of the program, and the most funding that has been allocated to the program to date. Learn more here.


Mayor Michelle Wu provided updates on the City of Boston’s next steps to address the intersection of unsheltered homelessness and substance use crises, centered in the area surrounding Massachusetts Avenue and Melnea Cass Boulevard. The City of Boston has developed a comprehensive Warm Weather Plan to address immediate public safety and public health needs during the spring and summer months. Learn more here.


The Mayor's Office of Food Justice is looking for volunteers to support Farmers Markets this summer. Spend time outside and working with amazing farmers and vendors! If you're interested, please submit this form:


The City of Boston, acting through Climate Ready Boston (CRB), is granting 30 Pop-up Cooling Kits (“cooling kits”) to community based organizations (CBOs) that have public events this summer with access to potable water. The cooling kits are mobile water misting tents designed for short-term use to easily set up and disassemble and provide immediate cooling. Each cooling kit includes a hose, misters, and a tent to set up at public outdoor events throughout the summer. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Please apply ASAP as kits are limited. Apply here.

Pride Month Kickoff at City Hall
To kickoff the month, the City will be hosting an event on Wednesday, June 1, 5PM, 

which will include the lighting up of Boston City Hall in the colors of the Pride Flag.

There will also be a speaking program with remarks from the Mayor and 

LGBTQ+ community members and live performances from local LGBTQ+ artists.

This kickoff event will also serve to amplify other Pride events being held throughout

the month. The City of Boston’s theme for this event will be “PRIDE: Past, Present,

and Future!” Please register today at Pride Month Kickoff. 

Public Meeting | Bus Network Redesign - Boston (Virtual) Thursday, June 2, 6PM
The Bus Network Redesign is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to make bold

improvements to the bus network for the people who depend on it most.

We’re proposing a better bus network and want to hear what you think. At this 

meeting, MBTA staff will provide an in-depth presentation on the proposed network

map and lead small group discussions. This meeting will focus on Boston.

Register here

SPARK Boston Pint with a Planner: Southie Edition
Ever seen a new building going up in your neighborhood, and wondered "how did

that get there?" Join us on Thursday, June 2, 6PM – 8PM at Roza Lyons, 709 East 

Broadway, to meet the people behind the magic of Boston's biggest housing boom

ever. Staff members of the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA)

will join the SPARK Boston Council in South Boston for the first (of hopefully many)

mixers. Learn more about the BPDA's many functions as a quasi-government 

agency in a low pressure environment with snacks and friends. Register here.

Southie Family Fun Day
You're invited to Southie Family Fun Day on Saturday June 4, 11AM - 4PM, hosted 

by the South Boston MOMS Club. The event will be held at Marine Park. 

Learn more here

South Boston Famers Market
The South Boston Famer’s Market will kick -off their season on Monday, June 6,

12PM-6PM in-front of the muni-lot on West Broadway.

Donna Summer Disco Party
Mayor Michelle Wu and the Office of Tourism, Sports, and Entertainment will host

Celebration of Summer: Donna Summer Disco Party on Thursday, June 16 on

Copley Square. This family-friendly event is free and open to the public and 

will take place between 6PM and 9PM. This annual event celebrates the start

of summer with the music of Donna Summer! Learn more here


Your South Boston Liaison, Anna White

Anna White moved to Boston from Albany, New York and has been a resident of
the City for more than 20 years. She has a deep passion for civic engagement
and brings to the role a wealth of public service and community engagement experience. 
Learn more here.

Friday, May 27, 2022

Traffic Advisory Sunday For Boston Run To Remember

The  Boston Run to Remember will be taking place on Sunday, May 29. This event is expected to bring 6,000 attendees to the South Boston Waterfront. Expect increased area activity, traffic, and limited parking.

Please note street closures:
4:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Seaport Blvd B to D Street closed
6:45 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Seaport Blvd to Atlantic Ave closed

A Northbound and a Southbound lane will be open on the Moakley Bridge between Sleeper Street and Atlantic Ave to allow traffic to exit and enter bypassing Seaport Blvd and provide access to Congress St.

Seaport TMA highly recommends that people traveling through the Seaport utilize public and alternative transportation modes throughout the day of this event. MBTA Silver Line service may see busier than normal ridership levels and area garages may also be busier. If you must drive, please allow additional time for your commute.

You can refer to the Seaport TMA South Boston Waterfront Calendar of Events for a complete overview of daily events and attendees this month.

Thursday, May 26, 2022

Fort Point Channel Watersheet Activation Community Listening Sessions

updated 5/26/22: with videos, presentation and survey link.

The Fort Point Channel Working Group held two Virtual Listening Sessions and hopes you will share your thoughts on ways to activate the watersheet and make the 244–284 A Street project and Fort Point Channel’s Seawall Basin an inclusive, equitable, active and inviting destination for all the residents of our city.
Share your ideas, by taking the Fort Point Channel Working Group Survey by June 1st or email FPNA.

This meeting hosted by Save the Harbor / Save the Bay and the Fort Point Channel Working Group is in response to the BPDA's October 20, 2021 Request for Supplement Information, where the proponent of the 244–284 A Street Development was asked:
How does the proposed project embrace and respond to the 2002 Fort Point Channel Watersheet Activation Plan? The Plan calls for significant in-water infrastructure to support small boat programs and art installations including a new pier and boat house. This type of facility would be appropriate for a project of this scale along the Channel.
The Proponent should develop a series of meetings and workshops to advance watersheet activation uses and programs with organizations familiar with the Channel and opportunities for year round use and enjoyment of the Channel and also abilities to attract and welcome Boston’s diverse populations. Organizations including Save the Harbor / Save the Bay, Friends of the Fort Point Channel, the Boston Children's Museum, Fort Point Arts Community and the numerous nonprofit organizations funded through the Fort Point Channel Operations Board.

The  Fort Point Channel Working Group is currently comprised of Boston Harbor Now, The American Cities Coalition, Boston Children's Museum, Fort Point Arts Community (FPAC), Fort Point Neighborhood Association (FPNA), Friends of the Fort Point Channel, Save The Harbor, Save The Bay, Wharf District Council, Related Beal, BPDA and MassDEP.  

originally published 05.09.22 

Wednesday, May 25, 2022

May Happenings Around or About The Neighborhood

updated 05.19.22 with May 26 Congress St Reconstruction Public Meeting and May 31st 51 Melcher St. IAG Public Meeting.


May 18: Conservation Commission Meeting start at 6pm. Check out neighborhood items on the agenda from ICA Cliff Diving to Pier 10 (38 Drydock) to L Street Power Plant to MassDOT improvements on Cypher, Richards & Fargo.

May 19: Parcel X (310 Northern Ave.) Public Meeting 6pm - 8pm. The proponent proposes the demolition of the two (2) existing, single-story industrial buildings and the construction of a new, two (2)-building, approximately 742,000 square foot life sciences/research and development campus 

May 20 - May 22: HarpoonFest 2022 Celebrate the local Boston music scene with beer in hand! 
Friday 6pm - 11pm and Saturday 12pm - 7pm at 306 Northern Ave.

May 21: Boston Harbor Islands Free Ferry Day from 8am – 2:30pm. Tickets available on first come, first serve basis. 

May 26: Congress St. (Fort Point) Reconstruction Project Public Meeting at 6:30pm. Boston Public Works will present revised designs to sidewalks, lighting, crosswalks and street trees informed by feedback from residents and businesses since February's meeting. Register Today.

May 27: Fort Point Arts Community Final Friday’s Open Mic @ Assemblage 5pm - 9pm. Artists interested in performing at the event should show up at 5 pm to get on the setlist and patrons interested in watching should arrive around 6 pm. R.S.V.P.

May 31: 51 Melcher St Impact Advisory Group Public Meeting at 6pm regarding proposed conversion to Life Sciences labs and office.  The purpose of the meeting is the potential impacts and mitigation for the project. Register.

June 10th: MEPA BMIP/Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park Master Plan and 24 Drydock NPC. Watch MEPA Virtual RLFMPF Master Plan Update site visit. Direct comments to Alexander Strysky, MEPA Analyst.

originally published 05.17.22

Sunday, May 15, 2022

Conservation Commission May 2022 Public Meeting

The Boston Conservation Commission (ConCom) will hold its next bi-weekly public hearing on:

May 18, 2022
6:00 p.m
Dial-in audio: 1-929-205-6099
Meeting ID: 686 458 2044 #
Participant ID: provided upon log in

The Commission reviews projects to determine what conditions, if any, the Commission will impose in order to protect the interests of the public and private water supply, groundwater, prevention of pollution, flood control, prevention of storm damage, protection of fisheries and land containing shellfish, and protection of wildlife habitat. View Full Agenda

Neighborhood Agenda Items

Notice of Intent for DEP File No. 006-1870 and BOS File No. 2022-029 from Childs Engineering on behalf of the Boston Planning and Development Agency for the proposed pile repair, installation of structural jackets, and installation of a floating dock with access gangways and a pedestrian waiting area, located at 38 Drydock Ave, South Boston, MA (DPA, LUO, LSCSF, Waterfront Area, 100ft Buffer to Coastal Bank)

Notice of Intent for DEP File No. 006-1872 and BOS File No. 2022-031 from VHB on behalf of HRP 776 Summer Street LLC for the proposed reconstruction the seawall, landside regrading, and extension of stormwater outfalls located at 776 Summer St, South Boston, MA (DPA, LUO, Coastal Bank, LSCSF, Waterfront Area, 100ft Buffer to Coastal Bank)

Notice of Intent for DEP File No. 006-1834 from Nitsch Engineering on behalf of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation for the proposed roadway improvements located at Cypher St, Richards St, E St, and Fargo St, South Boston, MA (LSCSF)

Notice of Intent for DEP File No. 006-XXXX and BOS 2022-XXX (ICA Cliff Diving) from Collins Engineers, Inc. on behalf of Hangman Productions USA Inc. for the proposed temporary construction of a diving platform on the stone revetment and roof of the Institute of Contemporary Art located at 25 Harbor Shore Drive, South Boston, MA (LUO, Coastal Bank)

Acceptance of the Order of Conditions:

Notice of Intent for DEP File No. 006-1866 and BOS File No. 2022-025 from Bohler on behalf of CRE-MLL Farnsworth Property Owner LLC for the proposed construction of a stormwater infiltration system, overflow connection, and rear stairs located at 33-41 Farnsworth St, South Boston, MA (LSCSF) 

Pro Tip: These meetings can last long. Through the power of zoom, you can zoom in and out to see where they are on the agenda.

originally published 05.12.22

Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Fort Point Landmarks May 2022 Meeting

05/10/22: revised agenda and updated with available presentations


Thursday, May 12, 2022
6:00 PM

This hearing will be held virtually and NOT in person. 
You can participate in this hearing by going to the Zoom meeting link 
or by calling 929-205-6099 and entering meeting id 884 0359 7124# You can also submit written comments or questions to FortPointLDC@boston.


APP # 22.1102 FPC         343 CONGRESS STREET- withdrawn by staff
Applicant: Pamela Jagiello
Proposed work: Install new signage.

APP # 22.1154 FPC         44 THOMSON PLACE
Applicant: Ashlea Andrews
Proposed work: Install new signage.

II. Administrative Review: : In order to expedite the review process, the commission has delegated the approval of certain work items, such as those involving ordinary maintenance and repair, restoration or replacement, or which otherwise have a minimal impact on a building’s appearance, to commission staff pending ratification at its monthly public hearing. Having been identified as meeting these eligibility criteria and all applicable guidelines, the following applications will be approved at this hearing

APP # 22.1143 FPC         332 CONGRESS STREET
Remove and replace steel channels, repair brick masonry, repoint, and paint steel to match existing.

APP # 22.1052 FPC         15 CHANNEL CENTER STREET
Repoint rear fa├žade.

III. Advisory Review: 

Proposed Work: Demolish existing parking garage and construct a new Life Sciences building.




David Berarducci, Susan Goganian, John Karoff, Lynn Smiledge, Vacancy
Alternates: Thomas Rodde, Vacancy

originally published 05.05.22

Wednesday, May 04, 2022

Spring Neighborhood Gathering Eyes The Waterfront, City Services, Streets, Funding & Developing News

updated 5/4/22 with Museum presentation.

 You Are Invited

to a

Fort Point Seaport Spring Neighborhood Gathering
Tuesday, April 26, 2022
6 pm to 8 pm
District Hall (75 Northern Ave.)

C-6 Boston Police Community Service Officers 

City of Boston Office of Neighborhood Services
Director Enrique Pepen 

Connecting Seaport to North Station via Bus Rapid Transit
Matthew Moran, 
Transit Team Director, Boston Transportation Dept.


New Water Experiences & Flood Protection
Boston Children's Museum Waterfront Master Plan
Carole Charnow, President & CEO of  The Boston Children's Museum
Charlayne Murrell-Smith, VP External Relations & Corporate Development

What's In The City Budget for Seaport & Fort Point?

Word On The Streets

The Latest Life Sciences Development Updates

Open Community Questions

originally published 04.22.22