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Waterside Place Luxury Apartment Building New Construction on South Boston Waterfront

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‘Pioneer’ Seaport developer John Drew launches Waterside Place By Greg Turner | Article Courtesy of: Boston Herald - http://www.bostonherald.com Hub developer John Drew broke ground on Waterside Place today, marking a new beginning for the man known as the pioneer builder on the South Boston waterfront. A crowd including Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino gathered under a white tent at the corner of Congress and D streets today to celebrate the kickoff of the $120 million luxury … [Read more...]

Boston Innovation News: “Sausage Parcel Politics Stall 400 Unit Apartment Tower”

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Wanted: A hotel near the convention center THIS STORY APPEARED IN -  - By Paul McMorrow Article Courtesy of:  The Boston Globe In two weeks, Boston officials will converge on a South Boston parking lot. They will clutch shiny commemorative shovels and hurl superlatives at the Cambridge Innovation Center, a technology incubator that will be breaking ground on a Boston outpost. They will name-check Vertex, the pharmaceutical giant now building a new headquarters across the street … [Read more...]

Boston Private Bank & Trust Launches New South Boston Waterfront Website

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Waterfront businesses hope for boost from new website By Greg Turner  |   Article Courtesy of:  http://www.bostonherald.com A new website dedicated to the South Boston waterfront has a fitting sponsor:  Boston Private Bank & Trust Co., an early tenant at the pioneer development Seaport Place. The bank, based across Fort Point Channel in Post Office Square, opened its Seaport Boulevard office nine years ago — and recently signed for 10 more years in the complex developed by Fidelity … [Read more...]

“The Menino Effect” Economic Development 2011

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Supporting Businesses in Boston 2011 Article Courtesy of:  Boston Redevelopment Authority The Economic Development team created and retained over 4,600 jobs in nearly 100 companies in the industries of life science, green technology, industrial manufacturing, creative economy, and retail. In June in the Innovation District, the largest privately funded construction site in the nation broke ground.  The site will serve as Vertex Pharmaceuticals’ new headquarters.  The $800 million … [Read more...]

Boston Innovation Spotlight: The Fallon Company

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The Fallon Company History & Experience Established in 1993, The Fallon Company has remained active and viable through fluctuating economic cycles to become a respected leader in commercial real estate. Both as a development and as an investment firm, The Fallon Company is known not only for the quality of its properties, but also for its professionalism, collaborative approach and commitment to the communities in which it builds. The Fallon Company, led by founder Joseph F. … [Read more...]

Boston’s latest mega-project aims to immerse businesses in a lifestyle of innovation

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A ‘hood for Innovation By Jason Hagerman Article Courtesy of:  Bio Business Canada At a breakfast meeting in May 2010, Boston Mayor Thomas Menino announced to his audience the city was developing a 1,000-acre Innovation District on the South Boston waterfront. The city already boasts four life science clusters with varying degrees of success, and competitive biotech bastion Cambridge is ever-present across the Charles River. But, Menino said, the Innovation District would be something … [Read more...]

Seaport Innovation District – “What’s in a Name?”

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Trendy district suffers from identity crisis By Brendan Lynch  |   Thursday, August 25, 2011  |  http://www.bostonherald.com Undeniably, the Hub’s hottest district can be found along that swath of South Boston between Fort Point Channel and the harbor. But while Mayor Thomas M. Menino touts the area as Boston’s “Innovation District,” the name stubbornly refuses to stick. In fact, some folks who work there said yesterday they had never heard the moniker before, despite the … [Read more...]

New Eye Catching Signs Improve Seaport District

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New signs highlight S. Boston Waterfront hot spots April 25, 2011 Article Courtesy of: Globe Staff The City of Boston is part of a collaborative effort that is deploying new eye-catching street signs that will direct drivers to cultural and commercial destinations on the South Boston Waterfront as well as to public parking locations. The blue, white, and silver signs will not only provide guidance but they will also "increase awareness around all that the South Boston … [Read more...]

Joan Vennochi – Mayor Menino & Frank McCourt – An Inner Circle History Lesson

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McCourt and the Mayor OP-ED | Joan Vennochi August 07, 2011| By Joan Vennochi, Globe Columnist Article Courtesy of:  Boston.com FRANK MCCOURT owns his West Coast failure. His Boston failure he shares with Mayor Thomas Menino. McCourt was the architect of his own demise in Los Angeles when he sold 24 acres of seaport parking lots in Boston in order to buy the LA Dodgers. It was a terrible trade. Today, a sparkly new $3 billion neighborhood of condos, offices, shops, and hotels … [Read more...]

Seaport Innovation District – Marine Tourism

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Marine tourism gaining steam Green taxis, floating rentals bubble up along waterfront By Kathleen Pierce, Globe Correspondent - Article Courtesy of:  Boston.com Customers enjoyed Boston from the harbor during a recent wine tasting cruise.… (Photos by Kayana Szymczak for The Boston Globe) It’s 7 a.m. on a Tuesday as Piper Olsen hops a taxi to Logan Airport. Twenty minutes later, she’s in Terminal A about to go through security. The veteran business traveler from … [Read more...]

Brightcove Expands Corporate Headquarters to 82,000 Square Foot Space at Boston’s Atlantic Wharf

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FHO Partners Brokers 10-Year Lease on Behalf of Leading Cloud Content Services Company with Boston Properties July 5, 2011 BOSTON — FHO Partners, a leader in the commercial real estate services field with extensive experience in the greater Boston office market, today announced a 10-year, 82,000-square-foot lease on behalf of Brightcove Inc., the cloud content services leader with products used to publish and distribute digital media across PCs, smartphones, tablets and connected … [Read more...]

Vertex Viral for Boston Innovation District

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Waterfront Project Reconstructs Boston Economy by Curt Nickisch The groundbreaking fanfare included a cake model of Vertex's new corporate headquarters. Construction workers in Boston are going back to work. After years in limbo, a massive building project broke ground this week on the city's waterfront. The developer says it's the largest private sector construction project underway in the country. Many are seeing the Fan Pier development as a positive sign for the … [Read more...]

Babson College – Waterfront Innovation Cluster

Babson College Coming to Boston's Innovation District Mayor Menino welcomes world's top program for entrepreneurship to waterfront innovation cluster Mayor Thomas M. Menino and Babson College announced that the college, ranked #1 in the world for entrepreneurship, had signed a lease in Boston's Innovation District. The facility will be equipped with new classroom and conference room space and will begin hosting MBA courses in September 2011. Babson also plans to use the new location for … [Read more...]

Boston Innovation District – Venture Capital

South Boston's Seaport Square   Boston Mayor Thomas Menino recently revealed plans for a public Innovation District in South Boston’s waterfront area. The mayor is hoping to appeal to venture capital firms from other parts of the state and elsewhere with attractive real estate within the ongoing Seaport Square project’s borders. Venture capital firms in the state have been huddled in the Cambridge and Waltham areas for some time, and this is partly a result of the … [Read more...]

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