Fan Pier Boston Destination for Summer Fun!

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Joe Fallon lines up films, cliff divers to show off area By Greg Turner |  http://www.bostonherald.com Fan Pier will have plenty of fanfare this summer. Developer Joe Fallon next month will launch monthly screenings of family-friendly films on the public green between One Marina Park Drive and the Institute of Contemporary Art. In August, he’ll bring back the Red Bull cliff-diving tour, a spectacle in which performers plunge off the cantilevered ICA building into the harbor 80 feet below. “The summer activities will only be getting better,” he said. Fallon has been trying to increase the “fun” at Fan Pier and make the area a destination as his nine-block development continues. Past attractions include the Cirque du … [Read more...]

Seaport Square Project, Boston Innovation Center, Fan Pier & One Marina Park Drive Connect

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Boston is getting an 'Innovation Center' to serve as a hub for the Innovation District By Scott Kirsner, Globe Columnist Article Courtesy of:  Boston.com Boston's Innovation District will get a new building next year — the Boston Innovation Center — that could become the neighborhood's hub. It'll be built on land across Northern Avenue from the Institute of Contemporary Art, and not far from the MassChallenge's digs at One Marina Park Drive, the mostly-empty high-rise on Fan Pier. And the city officials nudging the project along seem to hope it will develop into something like Microsoft's NERD Center, which hosts dozens of community events each week in Kendall Square."We're not quite ready to talk about it," says real estate … [Read more...]

Fan Pier News – Institute of Contemporary Art Revitalizing Boston’s Waterfront

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Contemporary and Boston, Opposites No Longer Article Courtesy of:  The New York Times - By JUDITH H. DOBRZYNSKI “There’s one thing I’ve heard over and over again here,” says Edward Saywell, the top contemporary art curator at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, who is showing off works by Ellsworth Kelly, Kara Walker, Cindy Sherman and other contemporary artists in his domain, including many new ones. “They say, ‘This can’t be Boston,’ and I say, ‘Yes, it really is.’ ” Big shows, love affairs and art all night. The people in Mr. Saywell’s tale are marveling at the museum’s new Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art, an airy 80,000 square-foot space that opened in mid-September, but they may as well be talking about the city … [Read more...]

Fan Pier Fanfare Feeds Boston’s Economic Hopes

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Joe Fallon on Fan Pier:  “If we weren’t going to get going I was gonna jump... (in the harbor).” Some of the 1,000 new construction jobs created by Boston's Fan Pier development (Curt Nickisch/WBUR) BOSTON — It was the sort of event that almost made you forget the recession ever happened. Sharply dressed bankers and developers, the mayor and governor took to a stage under a big white party tent with balloons and band lights. In front of them, a row of shovels and a neatly shaped pile of sand. When Matt Emmens, the CEO of Vertex Pharmaceuticals stood at the podium, he said he’s been to many groundbreakings before. “For those of you that haven’t,” Emmens said, “let me give you a clue. We like biomarkers in our business. The marker … [Read more...]

Fan Pier Boston “What’s Going On?”

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What’s Happening There? – Fan Pier Courtesy of:  One In 3 Boston - by Michael Nichol When you work in government and live in Boston, one of the most popular questions you get asked is, “What is going on with such-and-such project?” Usually it’s about the old Filene’s space in Downtown Crossing or a new high-rise going up somewhere in town and sometimes it’s even about the renovations at Fenway Park. Well, since construction is building towards the ‘better Boston’ that will be lived in, worked in and run by the OneIn3 readers of the present, a recurring column providing updates on these projects would be helpful. So read along and pass on to your friends so we all have a better understanding of exactly what the Boston of tomorrow will … [Read more...]

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