The Zoning Board of Appeals last week approved a smoothie shop proposed for Commonwealth Avenue, across the main entrance to the Boston College campus. Read more.
A concerned citizen can't wait for Christmas to find out what's under the wrapping on Commonwealth Avenue in Brighton:
Is this legal? What is hiding underneath?
Boston University has filed plans with the BPDA for its proposed 19-story data-sciences building, to house the school's computer sciences and mathematics and statistics departments, along with an interdisciplinary center that combines the two.
The building, which would go up on what is now a parking lot on Commonwealth Avenue at Granby Street, was designed to foster fields of study that now permeate pretty much everything the university now teaches, BU says: Read more.
The MBTA is reporting 15-minute delays on the Green Line to and from BC due to the car on the tracks that Fuad photographed.
The Daily Free Press reports BU has told the BPDA it will file plans for a 19-story data-sciences building on what is now a parking lot on Comm. Ave. at Granby Street.
A developer's plans to rebuild the dowdy Algonquin Club at 217 Commonwealth Ave. as a place for rich millennials to unwind hit a snag recently when the Back Bay Architectural Commission ruled a proposed glass-enclosed roof deck just would not do. Read more.
Damaskin surveyed the damage to one bench on the Commonwealth Avenue Mall this morning.
MassDOT reports replacement of the decrepit parts of the outbound side of the Commonwealth Avenue bridge over the turnpike and Worcester Line is going well enough that it expects Green Line service to be able to resume this afternoon - and the bridge and the neighboring BU Bridge should be fully open to drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists tomorrow.
MassDOT says the turnpike is back to four lanes on each side under the Commonwealth Avenue bridge, 24 hours earlier than scheduled.
The Board of Appeals this week approved developer Sandy Edgerley's plans to turn the old Algonquin Club at 217 Commonwealth Ave. into a state-of-the-art social club aimed at the sort of well off Millennials who have been finding other ways to occupy their non-work time. Read more.
Harry Grillo watched workers placing the last major beam to hold up the new section of the Commonwealth Avenue bridge last night.
Chris Mullen also took in the work:
Matt Wunderlich watched workers with welding torches disassemble parts of the westbound side of the Commonwealth Avenue bridge near the BU Bridge today: Read more.
State transportation officials are warning people who drive or take the Green Line or bus across Commonwealth Avenue at the BU Bridge or who drive on the turnpike of the apocalyptic hellscape they will face if they failed to schedule their vacations for early August. Read more.
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