A California real-estate firm that built an eight-floor life-sciences building atop a parking garage at Harrison Avenue and Herald Street in the South End says it now want to convert the existing "aging" office building next door into a similar life-sciences building. Read more.
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Boston Police report arresting an Uxbridge man on charges he held up the Santander Bank branch at 61 Harrison Ave. in Chinatown shortly after 9 a.m. on Thursday. Read more.
The Boston Licensing Board last week approved a proposal by the owners of the closed Brasserie, 560 Harrison Ave. in the South End, to re-open the place under the management of Loic Le Garrec, of Petit Robert Bistro, and under the new name of Marseille. At a hearing last week, Brasserie's attorney said the restaurant would re-open as a brasserie, but with Le Garrec's own flair.
Board approves transformation of Nubian Square parking lots into new cultural, dining, residential and lab training spaces
The Zoning Board of Appeal today two new complexes between Washington Street and Harrison Avenue and Melnea Cass Boulevard and Palmer Street in Nubian Square on land that had mostly been used as parking lots for decades following widespread demolition for urban renewal and a highway that never got built. Read more.
Darryll sighed when he got to Eldo Cake House on Harrison Avenue in Chinatown today: "Another good one gone."
Boston Police report arresting a California man on gun charges at Melnea Cass Boulevard and Harrison Avenue in Roxbury after apparent gunfire at Olney Street and Geneva Avenue in Dorchester shortly before 11 p.m. on Friday. Read more.
Update: Arrested in Roxbury.
Boston Police have charged a Lawrence man for a rape early Saturday on Harrison Avenue - now they have to find him.
Boston Police have released photos of a man and his Honda Fit that they say are wanted for a rape on Harrison Avenue sometime before 6:30 a.m. Saturday. Read more.
BosGuy reports Boston Sports Club will shut its Harrison Avenue gym on March 31.
The Boston Licensing Board today gave Modern Relik the right to serve drinks to patrons of the small cafe it now has its store at 485 Harrison Ave. in the South End. Read more.
An irate citizen filed a 311 complaint about the graffiti atop 249 Harrison Ave. in Chinatown - and not just because it showed up after earlier graffiti was cleaned up:
And the highest image of boobs has to be removed - every building facing that direction sees it.
Insurance companies don't have to pay for South End property owner's decade-long battle against neighboring condo building, judge rules
A federal judge today ruled against the owner of a large industrial building in the South End who was seeking to have insurance companies cover his legal costs and potential damages in a suit brought by the developer of a Harrison Avenue condo building his property wraps around. Read more.
Man arrested after plunking himself down in South End lobby with a loaded gun in his waistband, under his camo bullet-proof vest, police say
Boston Police report offices responding to several 911 calls about a guy with a gun at 345 Harrison Ave. arrested a man who was sitting in the lobby of the apartment building there last night, with a loaded gun in his waistband, who allegedly told them he didn't need a license to wander around town with a gun because he was part of "a military police unit." Read more.
Jacob Oppenheim reports the small knot of anti-vaxxers who blared their message outside Boston Medical Center on Columbus Day returned this afternoon to fail to convince any hospital workers to quit their jobs.
A tiny group of protesters mad about vaccine mandates paraded on Harrison Avenue outside Boston Medical Center this afternoon, yelling repurposed slogans such as "My body, my choice!" and vainly trying to convince BMC workers to refuse to get a shot. Read more.
Around 9:15 p.m. in the area of 774 Albany St. A bullet went through a window at 780 Albany St. A suspect was detained on Harrison Avenue near East Concord Street, on the other side of the BMC campus. Read more.
A developer has filed plans with the BPDA to replace a coin-op laundry on Taber St. at Harrison Avenue in Nubian Square with a six-story, 30-unit residential building. Read more.
South End building owner sues his insurers for not paying some of his legal bills in decade-long legal battle over neighboring condos
Arthur Leon, who has been battling construction of an 18-unit condo building on Harrison Avenue since it was first proposed in 2011, is now suing several insurance companies for not helping to pay for his legal struggles over the building, which is on land entirely surrounded by a large industrial building he owns. Read more.
Live Boston reports somebody was shot around 1:40 a.m. in the parking lot behind stores at Harrison Avenue and Palmer Street, where arriving officers found an apparently crashed mini van with the driver's seat covered in blood. Because of the severity of the victim's injuries, the homicide unit was called in.
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