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Parallel to the infrastructure improvements being completed as part of the Dorchester Avenue Project—the City of Boston and Mass DOT’s $15.6 million streetscape, pedestrian, and traffic upgrade to the 5-mile length of Dorchester Avenue—HBI has been working on a “Dot. Ave. Project” of its own...

1895 Bromley Atlas (Before the move)Many of the old buildings HBI encounters are not sitting in their original locations.  The Eustis Street Fire House sits where it was originally built, but the earlier, 1829 “Torrent Six” that preceded it was sold in 1859 to W.B....

Have a 'gansett!HBI has had the pleasure of working in unison with a lot of great companies and organizations over the years. Now we have another name to add to that list. Narragansett Beer was kind enough to donate some of their famous Narragansett Lager...

Please carve away a little time for the Boston Landmarks Commission this holiday season.  Commission staff will celebrate 2011’s accomplishments and plans for 2012 with a presentation to the public and the Commission at its last hearing of the year on Tuesday, December 13th from...

It is getting dark early these days, but the streetscape on Fairmount Avenue in Hyde Park just got a bit brighter with the recent installation of a Broadway-style sign over the entry to the Everett Square Theatre. Fabricated by Boston Sign, the design is based...

HBI has begun working with Rodnell Collins, the nephew of Malcolm Little -- known to most as Malcolm X -- about the house in Roxbury that Rodnell grew up in but which Malcolm X would have stayed in for long periods of time in his...