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MAY23 Preservation Month Keynote EventTHU | 6 PM – 8 PM         TALKAND RECEPTIONBetter with Age: Greening Historic Commercial Buildings           Historic preservation is crucial to Boston’s continuing commercial redevelopment. Revitalizing historic buildings ensures that Bostonremains unique among American cities, with blocks of historic downtown commercial buildings. Three...

May is Preservation Month, and all of the neighborhoods of Boston will be a part of the celebration. Once again, the Boston Landmarks Commission has organized a fantastic calendar of events. Check it out, and make sure to take part in as many of the...

While the initial tax court disagreed with the IRS’s position in Boardwalk, the appeals court sided with the IRS, agreeing that the corporate member of the HBH project partnership assumed virtually no risk in joining the project.  Instead, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals found...

The Boston Globe Carter Wilkie Globe Correspondent March 29, 2013In the mid-1980s, when America’s small towns were being overrun by suburban shopping centers, Tom Menino was the first to persuade the National Trust for Historic Preservation to bring its rural, small-town Main Street revitalization program to urban America....

At the ribbon cutting for the Hayden Building, Historic Boston and its friends had another achievement to announce:  we've surpassed the mid-point of The Trilogy Fund, HBI's $1 million capital campaign to preserve three at-risk historic buildings.  The first of the three, the Hayden Building,...

Interested in renting one of the new lofts at the Hayden Building? Maxwell and Associates will be hosting an open house on Saturday, March 23rd and Sunday, March 24th from 12:00pm to 1:30pm. Stop by to see how you could live in a historic building...

The previous Boardwalk blog post  focused on the limited likelihood of the Supreme Court granting Historic Boardwalk Hall’s appeal due to a lack of judicial resources.  The points raised in HBH’s petition however, merit discussion.  Should the Supreme Court decide to expend some of its limited judicial...