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Boston’s Old Quincy School Listed on the National Register of Historic Places The former Quincy Grammar School at 90 Tyler Street in Boston’s Chinatown neighborhood has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the first such listing in Massachusetts associated with Asian American history. Built...

With the City of Boston’s new fiscal year 2018 beginning July 1st, you may have noticed the new Community Preservation Act (CPA) surcharge on your first quarter tax bill.   In November, Bostonians overwhelmingly approved a 1% property tax-based surcharge on residential and business property taxes...

Boston’s historic hotels serve as incredible looking glasses into the past and not only showcase different architectural styles, but demonstrate how historic preservation can transform a building. In addition to the abundance of history here, Boston is home to many historic hotels as recognized by the...

June was a busy month for MJ Mawn and his team at the Fowler Clark Epstein Farm.  Much of the work completed to date is structural, but more visible are the envelope repairs on the barn which are now complete (except for paint). Carpenters John Abdelnour...