The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved a developer's plans to replace a parking lot at 279 Maverick St. in East Boston with a five-story, 32-unit apartment building. Read more.
32-unit apartment building approved for Jeffries Point despite last-minute opposition from, um, New Hampshire
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A Rhode Island developer has filed plans for a five-story, 41-unit condo building at Maverick and Cottage streets, next to the McKay School, in East Boston. Read more.
Nicole DaSilva has set up a GoFundMe page to help the 25 families who lost everything when their Maverick Street homes caught fire early Monday.
The Boston Fire Department reports firefighters responded to 183 Maverick St. in East Boston shortly after 3:30 a.m. for what turned into a six-alarm fire that spread to two adjoining buildings. Read more.
A developer is proposing a five-story residential building at 279 Maverick St. in East Boston, next to a five-story building it recently finished. Read more.
East Boston could get something like a Capital One cafe, only with a real-estate theme and more of an emphasis on the coffee
The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved plans for combination cafe and home-ownership resource center at 18-20 Meridian St. in East Boston. Read more.
Yahya Noor, owner of Tawakal Halal Cafe, which serves Somali food in East Boston's Jeffries Point Tuesday through Sunday, is thinking of adding a menu that would be just vegetarian on Mondays and is seeking advice to go along the East Indian spices that would go on the dishes.
Construction has started on a 49-unit condo building on Maverick Street in East Boston that the developer has decided to call ēbo Condominiums, yes, lower case and with a macron above the "e" to let you know it gets a long pronunciation, so the name comes out like EaBo, which we thought was long dead, but Eastie Estates or Maverick Manse were just too déclassé, we guess.
Live Boston reports somebody fired several shots in an alley behind 80 Orleans St., near Maverick Street, around 5 p.m. on Saturday. Nobody was hit.
Developer looks to put residential units on narrow rail line in East Boston that's gone unused for decades
A strip of land up Jeffries Point that was once used to ferry millions of riders a year between the East Boston waterfront, Revere Beach and Lynn could become a series of five apartment and condo buildings under a developer's proposal. Read more.
Developer Joseph Nogueira of Woburn has filed plans with the BPDA to replace a one-story building housing the Maverick Street Market and the Swish & Swash Laundromat on Maverick Street across from Frankfort Street with a five-story building with 55 residential units - and room for the market and the laundromat to move back into. Read more.
The Board of Appeals yesterday approved plans for a five-story, 38-unit condo building at 287-293 Maverick St. that will include ground-floor space for a cafe or restaurant. Read more.
The Board of Appeals voted yesterday to let a developer proceed with plans to replace two bow-fronted buildings on Maverick Street with a new retail building, after determining a Landmarks Commission moratorium was based on a possibly flawed process. Read more.
The Boston Preservation Alliance reports the Boston Landmark Commission tonight ordered a developer to hold off on tearing down two adjacent townhouses on Maverick Street built in the 1870s, for at least two years. Read more.
The Boston Fire Department ordered residents out of the four-story building at 175 Maverick St. after a rear brick wall undergoing some work began to collapse around 3 p.m. A few minutes later, fire commanders decided to get residents of 177 Maverick to leave as well.
Two East Boston developers want to build 33 condos on what is now an overgrown old gas-station property at 320 Maverick St..
In their filing with the BRA, Joseph Ricupero and John Zirpolo said they would build 23 two-bedroom condos and 10 one-bedroom units, and provide 32 deeded parking spaces.
Around 11:30 p.m on Maverick Street near Geneva Street; the bullet may have come through his door.