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Historic Boston welcomed its new president Kathleen MacNeil at the September meeting of its Board of Directors.  Kathy has served on the HBI Board of Directors for five years and was most recently its Vice President. Kathy is currently a principal at...

 Historic Boston honored Matt Kiefer’s twenty-five years of board service and leadership at a celebration at the Union Club in Boston on September 9th. Matt Kiefer has served on HBI’s Board of Directors for 25 years and has been president for 12. During Matt’s...

Allston HallOver the last nine months, HBI’s board of directors and staff have been updating the organization’s strategic plan with two core objectives: 1) to identify historic properties in Boston’s neighborhoods for redevelopment; and 2) to determine the impact goals HBI preservation projects and...

HBI is proud to learn that its rehabilitation of Roxbury’s Alvah Kittredge House (1836) will received a Boston Preservation Alliance Award in October.   The $3.8 million project, completed in August 2014, transformed the long-blighted Greek Revival mansion into five residential units, two of which are...

Last week, HBI joined staff from the Urban Farming Institute to visit Newton Community Farm (NCF). Located on the historic Angino farmstead in Newton, MA, the city-owned site spans nearly 2 ¼ acres. Newton Community Farm is a nonprofit organization that strives to educate the...