0 Indoor Farmers’ Market in Boston will Open July 30th

Government Center and North Station have a new amenity: Boston Public Market, a year-round, 28,000-square-foot indoor farmers’ market.  The market will consist of 35 different providers with operational hours from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.

Boston Public Market

Credit: Boston Business Journal

From Bizjournals.com:

The 28,000-square-foot non-profit market at 100 Hanover St. — above the Haymarket MBTA station — will house over 35 farmers, fishermen, and food producers from Massachusetts and throughout New England, selling items such as farm fresh produce; meat and poultry; eggs; milk and cheese; fish and shellfish; bread and baked goods; flowers; and an assortment of specialty and prepared foods…The Boston Public Market is a public-private partnership made possible with the support of Massachusetts and the commitment of over $9 million in private philanthropy from various donors.

0 Boston Landing Along the Mass Pike to House Bruins’ New Practice Rink

Bruins mixed use practice facility in Brighton

Credit: Boston Herald

Not just tech companies are looking for new space, the  Bruins are coming to Boston Landing along the Pike. Combined with a new commuter rail station, our city continues to expand and offer services that address our growth.

The Boston Herald notes, “the Boston Bruins’ new Hub practice rink stands to get a prime location along the Mass Pike in New Balance’s $500 million Boston Landing project…Pending permitting approvals, New Balance hopes to start construction on the 75,000-square-foot rink complex — and an adjacent nine-story office building with a ground-floor Bruins pro-shop and other retail — no later than November, much earlier than the original planned spring start date…The Bruins’ practice facility will have seating for about 650 spectators, a VIP area, function room and concessions. It also will include locker rooms, a lounge, a strength and conditioning/rapid shot area, training rooms, video and conference areas and offices for the Bruins.”

More information on the project, along with the Bruins’ practice facilities, are available on the Boston Herald.