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2 08, 2018

47 Marine Road Asking Price: $1,779,000

2018-08-02T15:03:54+00:00August 2nd, 2018|Categories: Real Estate|Comments Off on 47 Marine Road Asking Price: $1,779,000

K & Marine Rd Two-Family with 4 off-street parking spaces? Need I say more?...Here's the deal: The current owners are approved (Permit in hand) to renovate and expand their two-family to include two bi-level units that are approximately 2,000 Square feet each. Yes, that's 4,000 SF total. The upper unit will have great water views. This building is about 50 yards to K Street beach. The parking is accessed from Deady Lane which is at the end of K Street near Columbia Road. So, if you are up for a renovation project, this is the location to do it! It is estimated that the finished product is worth close to $3 Mil... Call or Email for Plans. K & Marine Rd Two-Family with 4 off-street [...]

14 02, 2018

New Notre Dame Education Center Building Planned for 200 Old Colony Avenue.

2018-03-08T14:37:31+00:00February 14th, 2018|Categories: Real Estate|Comments Off on New Notre Dame Education Center Building Planned for 200 Old Colony Avenue.

For Immediate Release March 8, 2018   Notre Dame Education Center and All Saints LLC have an agreement to build a new education facility and 55 units of housing at 200 Old Colony Ave., the present site of the education center today that is directly across from the Washington Village Development site in South Boston. More than 500 adults annually take advantage of both day and evening classes at Notre Dame Education Center.  NDEC has two departments, Adult Education Services and Youth Education Services.  Learn more at www.ndecboston.org A majority of the Center’s students walk from the surrounding neighborhoods and/or take public transportation.  Once construction is completed Notre Dame Education Center Inc. will own and operate this nearly 10,000 sq. ft. ground level facility.   [...]

28 09, 2017

Washington Village 235 Old Colony: First Signs Major South Boston Development

2017-09-29T15:39:32+00:00September 28th, 2017|Categories: News, Real Estate|Comments Off on Washington Village 235 Old Colony: First Signs Major South Boston Development

Richard Campbell DJ Properties Development plan for Washington Village is a huge project in full swing with the first of eight buildings being built, on a 5acre site, to include over 656 units, and nearly 100,000 square feet of retail shops- largely reinventing the moribund corridor on the corner of Dorchester Street and Old Colony Avenue outside of Andrew Square.  It looks small on a map, but it is about replacing 192,000 square feet of existing “obsolete and vacant” properties that also includes parking for about 600 cars. The architectural firm designing the buildings is Prellwitz Chilinski Associates, PCA, who are perhaps best known locally for transforming Northeastern University campus centers, and many landmark retail/restaurant designs in New England. Halvorson Design is hired for the [...]

17 08, 2017

Broadway – Both Old and New, Both East and West

2017-08-17T16:52:36+00:00August 17th, 2017|Categories: Happenings, News, Real Estate|Comments Off on Broadway – Both Old and New, Both East and West

   “Oh, East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet …” The Ballad of the East and West" Rudyard Kipling, 1889   by Rick Winterson      First, a bit of local history:  Way back, Broadway was split into West and East Broadway at Perkins Square; the two east-west segments were (and still are) each about a mile long.  Over the years, West Broadway came to be known as “Big Broadway” because it was a much more popular place to go.  East Broadway, even though it had its own movie theater and a bowling alley, was called “Little Broadway”. Times changed, as they always do, and the attractions along “Big Broadway” began shrinking.  For many reasons, East Broadway became the [...]

13 10, 2016

Nurture Is 15

2016-10-13T11:42:23+00:00October 13th, 2016|Categories: Featured, Real Estate|Comments Off on Nurture Is 15

"Nurture Salon and Spa, which is located in the heart of South Boston at 127 L Street, celebrated its (very) Happy 15th Birthday last Thursday evening. Nurture’s Proprietor and Lead Stylist Susan Devlin (shown above) is not only an artiste in what she does, she’s also a successful businesswoman. The sur- roundings inside Nurture, the party refreshments, and of course, Susan’s white-on-white 15th birthday cake were nothing short of elegant. The attendees, who included Jim Collins and Distillery art photographer P.T. Sullivan, ha rget others, either – Nurture’s 15th Birthday Party was also a fundraiser in support of Cystic Fibrosis research and treatment."

15 09, 2016

South Boston Development Update: PART TWO

2016-09-15T10:02:34+00:00September 15th, 2016|Categories: Featured, Real Estate|Comments Off on South Boston Development Update: PART TWO

In South Boston Online’s last issue, we presented PART ONE of an update on major developments in South Boston. That focused on the Waterfront, from Fort Point, where GE is locating their corporate headquarters, to the proposed power plant site development at the eastern end of Summer Street on the Reserved Channel. Now, let’s journey to Perkins Square, then down Dorchester Street, to the Andrew Square/South Bay neighborhoods. by Rick Winterson Down Broadway in Perkins Square, a proposed project by Sorrent Co., rendered by Pisani & Associates, essentially replaces the buildings on the northwest corner of Dorchester Street and West Broadway, between Stats and Santander Bank. The new structure will contain underground parking, three retail units on the ground floor, and several residences on the [...]

8 09, 2016

South Boston Development Update

2016-09-08T10:13:22+00:00September 8th, 2016|Categories: Featured, Real Estate|Comments Off on South Boston Development Update

by Rick Winterson This article will attempt to summarize the frenetic pace of development in South Boston. It keys in on seven major individual developments, including those areas of South Boston being most intensively developed. South Boston Online encourages you to keep yourself up to date about what’s going on, via the Internet, public meetings, business articles, whatever – it is your hometown. Obviously, our Waterfront is the epicenter of major developments on the peninsula we all call South Boston. We have recently reported on the Grand Opening of Joe Fallon’s 100 Northern Avenue building (Online’s June 16 issue), the work-in-progress at the Eversource substation powering the Waterfront (August 11), and the General Electric Headquarters relocation (August 4). Were you aware that South Boston, with [...]

1 09, 2016

A “Time” for Steve

2016-09-01T11:02:28+00:00September 1st, 2016|Categories: Featured, Real Estate|Comments Off on A “Time” for Steve

By Rick Winterson Next Thursday, September 8, is State Primary Election Day – just one week away. As always, South Boston Online strongly encourages you to vote. It takes just a small amount of your time, and in our opinion, it’s not only your duty to vote, it’s actually your privilege. Please consider voting for South Boston’s own Stephen Lynch as your Representative in Congress. Steve has built up a very impressive record as a fair, hard-working, conscientious Congressman. On Tuesday, August 29, another Steve - Steve Murphy - visited South Boston. He’s a candidate for Register of Deeds, a civic function of great importance. Steve was hosted by Rep. Nick Collins, City Councilor Bill Linehan, and Councilor-at-Large Michael Flaherty in Bill “Touchie” McDonough’s Shamrock Pub [...]

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