Boston Police have released photos of a man they say physically attacked at least two people in the Longwood Medical Area Tuesday morning. Read more.
Boston Police they're looking for a guy they say beat another man up, sending the victim to the hospital with serious injuries around 1:30 a.m. on Sunday, in the area of Game On at Brookline Avenue and Lansdowne Street. Read more.
A developer says it will soon file plans to gut Kenmore Square's Hotel Buckminster and turn it into a part of a new life-sciences building next door to the life-sciences-focused Fenway Center complex it's already building. Read more
Boston Police are looking for a man they say opened fire on Brookline Avenue outside Fenway Park and Game On around 10:10 p.m. on Sunday. Read more.
The Boston Fire Department reports that workers building the expansion of the former Landmark Center, now known as 401 Park, hit a gas main under 201 Brookline Ave. around 10 a.m. Workers were evacuated and National Grid called in to fix the pipe.
Builder shows off ideas for replacing Simmons residential campus with offices, residences, stores and, naturally, life-sciences labs
Skanska USA has filed preliminary plans with the BPDA for the proposed six-acre, four-building mixed-use complex it plans to build with Simmons University off Brookline Avenue as the school moves its current dorms to new space on its main campus a few blocks away. Read more.
Developer plans to replace old Simmons dorms with residential units, office space, stores and, of course, life-sciences labs
Skanska USA told the BPDA today it will soon file plans for a six-acre mixed use development along Brookline Avenue to replace the dorms that Simmons University is planning to move into a new 18-story tower on its main campus a few blocks away. Read more.
Jersey Street would become a permanent pedestrian mall as part of plans for nearly nine acres of redevelopment around Fenway Park
A key player in the development of the Seaport, the Red Sox and the D'Angelo family, which owns stores on Jersey Street across from Fenway Park, today filed plans with the BPDA for a 2.1-million-square-foot redevelopment of several parcels around Fenway that will include residential units, new retail space, offices and, of course, life-sciences research space. Read more.
Samuels & Associates yesterday filed plans with the BPDA for a new 13-story building next to the existing Landmark Center that would include 550,000 square feet of lab and related office space and room for a large new Star Market that would replace the current one on Boylston Street. Read more.
A California-based real-estate trust that focuses on life-sciences projects has filed plans to replace a vacant three-story building at 109 Brookline Ave. at Overland Street with a ten-story, 247,000-square foot building aimed at the burgeoning life-sciences business, with lots of lab space and room for offices for overseeing all that lab work. Read more.
Board approves two marijuana shops in Fenway and once again rejects half-mile buffer between cannabis concerns
The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved marijuana shops proposed for what is now the Little Steve's pizza place on Boylston Street and the basement of the Cask 'n Flagon at Brookline Avenue and Lansdowne Street. Read more.
The developer behind the 23-acre Seaport Square project in the Seaport says it will soon file plans to redevelop a total of eight acres around Fenway Park - including a deck over the Massachusetts Turnpike - that will include eight new buildings with offices, residential space, restaurants and stores. Read more.
Update: Suspect charged.
Boston Police report they are looking for a man they say ran up to a woman standing outside the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute on Jimmy Fund Way and punched her in the right side of her head, around 10 a.m. on Monday. Read more.
Woman robbed at knifepoint on edge of Longwood Medical Area; local institutions alert students and staff
A Longwood Medical Area already jolted by the gun incident outside Brigham and Women's Hospital on Friday was put on alert again this morning after a woman was robbed at knifepoint and her assailant fled down Brookline Avenue. Read more.
Boston Restaurant Talk pours the news on Trillium Brewing Co.'s plans for space near Park Drive and Brookline Avenue.
The Zoning Board of Appeals yesterday approved pot shops proposed for Brookline Avenue in the Fenway and Hyde Square in Jamaica Plain.
The rulings mean the applicants can now go to the state Cannabis Control Commission to seek a license to open. Read more.
Ron Newman was among the bicyclists who attended the unveiling of of Boston's latest ghost bike, to honor Paula Sharaga, 69, a Cambridge resident and Brookline librarian, who died in a crash with a cement truck at Brookline Avenue and Park Drive on Feb. 15. Read more.
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