The Changing Face of Pier 4

Anthony's Pier 4 Restaurant - Boston, Massachusetts

New vibe coming soon to Pier 4 Construction will start next month on mixed-use complex that will displace iconic Hub restaurant Pier 4 Waterfront - Courtesy of: Arrowstreet Article Courtesy of:  Boston Globe Through years of redevelopment around it, Anthony’s Pier 4 has remained largely the same, serving up New England seafood classics in a brick restaurant at the edge of Boston Harbor. But next month the changes that are rapidly redefining the Seaport District will finally arrive at Anthony’s doorstep. Construction will begin on a massive complex that will eventually displace Anthony’s from its perch at the edge of the pier, and could mark the last chapter of the venerable restaurant. The project includes … [Read more...]

Eleven Fan Pier Boulevard Framework Completed

Vertex Corporate Headquarters - Fan Pier Boston Massachusetts

The Fallon Company, Vertex Pharmaceuticals Celebrate "Topping Off" of Fan Pier's Second Commercial Tower Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino, local dignitaries and business leaders commemorate milestone with Boston iron workers at 21-acre waterfront development site, the country's largest privately-funded project BOSTON - (BUSINESS WIRE) The Fallon Company today celebrated an important milestone, as Boston iron workers raised the final beam to top the second commercial tower on its 21-acre, LEED-certified mixed-use development site, Fan Pier. The "topping off" ceremony officially completed the structural framework for Eleven Fan Pier Boulevard - one of two 18-story towers on Fan Pier that will serve as Vertex … [Read more...]

Fan Pier Cornerstone Institute of Contemporary Art Raises $25 Million

ICA Institute Contemporary Art Boston - Fan Pier Boston MA

ICA effort raises $25m as museum looks to future Article Courtesy of The Boston Globe | By Geoff Edgers The Institute of Contemporary Art, just five years after opening its first permanent home, is flexing its newfound financial muscle. The ICA will announce today that it has raised $25 million toward a $50 million campaign, the bulk of which will dramatically boost its endowment. That is an important step in stabilizing the museum’s future. The ICA opened an attention-getting building on Fan Pier in 2006, and it has since used innovative programming to spearhead a boom in regional attention to contemporary art. But it is working with an endowment of just $9.9 million, a figure dwarfed by the endowments at several other … [Read more...]

Karp, Buza, Hoar, Fallon, Fowler, Hynes & Menino Pivot on Vertex

Fan Pier Boston - Boston Harbor Walk - Seaport District Boston

Spurring Growth on Boston’s Waterfront By SUSAN DIESENHOUSE - Article Courtesy of:  New York Times BOSTON — When Vertex Pharmaceuticals agreed this year to move into an as-yet-unbuilt waterfront office complex, it made history as the city’s largest commercial lease at 1.1 million square feet, with a rent of $72.5 million a year. But more important for the city over all, the huge deal has spurred growth and eased the way for financing other projects. The Fallon Company is developing the $900 million office and laboratory complex for Vertex on Fan Pier, across Fort Point Channel a few blocks from downtown. Vertex, which is based in Cambridge, Mass., also has leased 60,000 square feet in One Marina Park Drive, an office building … [Read more...]

Fan Pier District & Surrounding Seaport Neighborhoods Updating Broadband Services

Comcast Broadband Services - Innovation District Boston - Fan Pier Boston - Fort Point Channel Boston - South Boston Waterfront - New Boston Waterfront - Marine Industrial Park - Seaport District - Liberty Wharf Boston

Comcast is expanding broadband services in Boston’s ‘Innovation District’ Article Courtesy of:  Chris Reidy, Globe Staff - Boston.com Mayor Thomas M. Menino said today that Comcast Corp. has begun to expand the availability of its advanced fiber network in a section of the South Boston waterfront that Menino has dubbed the Innovation District. The City of Boston is seeking to convince technology and biotechnology companies that they should relocate all or some of their operations to the Innovation District, and those types of businesses often require broadband services such as Comcast provides, Menino said in a statement. Comcast needs to get permission from the neighborhood’s property owners to gain access to their buildings. … [Read more...]

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