Debi Greenberg & Louis Expand Their Appeal

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Pricey wine may be tailor made for Louis By Donna Goodison - Article Courtesy of:  Boston Herald Upscale clothing retailer Louis is applying for a retail package store license so owner Debi Greenberg can devote a small portion of the Fan Pier store to selling high-end regional cognacs and wines, according to her attorney, Bob Allen. “This is a trend that she’s seeing in New York and Italy in the fashion districts,” he said. Greenberg moved Louis from its longtime Newbury Street location in 2010 to Fan Pier. “She was one of the first people to move to the waterfront and took a big risk,” Allen said. “One of the disadvantages of being down there (in the Seaport District) is you don’t have all the stores around that you do … [Read more...]

The Changing Face of Pier 4

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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...]

Fan Pier Residential Development “It’s all about the View”

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By Paul McMorrow Article Courtesy:  The Boston Globe Joe Fallon is one of Mayor Tom Menino’s favorite developers. He’s also a heretic. Fallon, the Fan Pier developer, is supposed to be the face of Menino’s relentless efforts to rebrand the South Boston waterfront as the city’s Innovation District. So when one of the builders with a stake in the waterfront’s transformation doubts the reach of Boston’s innovation push, it’s worth paying attention. Fallon has built a string of projects that work together to push the South Boston waterfront past its recent pedigree as an urban backwater awash in commuter parking. The only reason the mayor can boast that Boston is home to the nation’s largest private construction project, … [Read more...]

Joe Fallon Building Boston Harbor Condominiums Construction Slated for Spring 2013

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A conversation with Joe Fallon Article Courtesy of:  Boston Business Journal by Thomas Grillo, Real Estate Editor Joe Fallon, president and CEO of the Fallon Co. Joseph Fallon, the pioneering Hub developer who is turning waterfront parking lots into gleaming glass office towers, is getting closer to putting another shovel in the ground at Fan Pier with construction of a 12-story condominium building on Boston Harbor. Fallon talked with Boston Business Journal real estate editor Thomas Grillo following the launch of MassChallenge 2012 at his building, One Marina Park Drive. TG: Give us an update on Fan Pier, the $3 billion district neighborhood spanning nine city blocks. Construction began last summer on two … [Read more...]

Fan Pier District to see Dramatic Changes in 2012

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The Departed: South Boston to Change Forever This Year Article Courtesy of:  Tom Acitelli You should stroll the South Boston waterfront sometime really soon. Then close your eyes at the end of your walk, and seal the memory in your mind. Because the area is about to change forever in one of those tell-the-grandchildren-how-a-candy-bar-cost-a-nickel ways. More than 1,700 apartments in several buildings on otherwise nondescript sites are expected to get under way in 2012, what could be, as The Globe's Casey Ross puts it, "the year the South Boston waterfront started to feel like a neighborhood." What's coming? · Seaport Square. 750 apartments in two 22-story buildings on a 3-acre site between Sleeper Street and Northern Avenue, … [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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