The Boston Business Journal reports the 13,000 square feet at the top of Millennium Tower are under agreement. Although the name of the buyer is, of course, under wraps, the Journal reports he or she is local and that they intend to use the space as a "family residence." Also no word if their kids will attend a BPS school.
Sdconnor shows us the scene at North Station around 5:30 p.m.:
People pushing through the crowd of delayed passengers to get to trains.
An Orange Line train was harvested by the Grim Reaper; its desiccated husk had to be pulled down the tracks towards Forest Hills.
Gov. Baker and Mayor Walsh this morning announced plans to redevelop land now occupied by a MassDOT office building - originally built for Wang Labs - and a steam plant near South Station into up to 2 million square feet of space for housing and other uses. Read more.
Rick was among those at the Garden for the Beanpot tonight when the power went out.
Nothing new, but still dramatic when the harbor begins moving onto the wharves of downtown.
The Boston Business Journal reports on the resolution to the battle between the president and the board.
Mark Pijanowski marveled at the sunset around 4:56 p.m. today.
BostInno reports on both his alleged infraction and the online campaign to support him.
Jed Hresko was walking through the Financial District this morning when a guy who seemed vaguely familiar came up to him. He reports: Read more.
Tantric India Bistro in the Transportation Building has shut its doors forever, after serving up Indian food for 12 years.
Our heartfelt thanks for your past dining visits over the years, and your many kind and complimentary words and encouragement, and we wish you the very best in your journeys.
H/t Arturo Gossage.
The T is reporting "moderate" delays on the Orange Line due to a train that switched to a Stygian track at Haymarket.
Craig Caplan is struck by the discordancy of a Downtown Crossing store opening and closing at the same time .
A task force assembled by the mayor says Boston nightlife would be improved by letting downtown restaurants and bars keep serving alcohol past the current state-mandated limit of 2 a.m. - and by letting people on outdoor patios order drinks without having to get food to go with them. Read more.