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Connecting North Station to South Station would be great, but better would be Back Bay to the Seaport. Boston is on track to continue to invest in infrastructure that better our places to work and live. The use of track 61 will be a welcome addition to those that travelers to and from the Seaport/Innovation District.
The Boston Globe is reporting that “the state, with no fanfare, has set aside tens of millions of dollars to launch an innovative train service on a dormant rail line between a pair of the city’s most vital neighborhoods: the Seaport District and the Back Bay…The service should be ready to go in just two years.”
Jump over to the Boston Globe to read more: Rail Service between Seaport District and Back Bay
Credit: Boston Business Journal
Is our Theatre District going to look like Times Square? Specifically, What do you think about a 3-story digital sign for Stuart and Tremont Streets?
According to the BBJ, “Amherst Media Investors is planning to present plans to the neighborhood for a 21-story boutique hotel and the installation of a three-story digital sign for Stuart and Tremont streets, across from the W Hotel & Residences…Under the latest proposal, Amherst Media has reduced the number of hotel rooms to 202 from 240 but added two stories or 17 feet. The revised project will consist of 117,000 square feet of space, an increase from the 101,000 square feet previously proposed.”
Additional analysis on the proposed hotel is available on the Boston Business Journal.
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