Author: Historic Boston Inc

Every Boston neighborhood has a unique and rich history that is marked by its historic buildings. Historic Boston Inc. has surveyed several neighborhood commercial districts around the city and has compiled summary reports describing their historic and architectural resources as well as identifying real estate...

Many businesses these days turn themselves steel blue to create a steam-punk feel. For us, at Work Hub at the Substation, the existing industrial elements of Roslindale’s iconic former electric transformer substation made it easy to establish a warm, industrial aesthetic. As a co-working and...

St. Luke’s chapel was designed by Ralph Adams Cram, a famed architect who popularized the modern Gothic revival. Under the direction of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, HBI has worked as consultants to Spencer, Sullivan, & Vogt to document the existing conditions and create options...

Brooke Woodson is an experienced senior executive with more than 25 years in the non-profit, public, and private sectors. Currently, he serves as Director of Trade Partner Diversity at Suffolk Construction, a prominent Boston-based building contractor that provides pre-construction, construction management, design-build, and general contracting...

What’s our favorite part of taking a Valentine’s Day stroll in a wintry Highland Park? You might have guessed it’s admiring all of the historic homes and places in one of the city’s most beloved neighborhoods. From Fort Hill Tower down to Roxbury Heritage Park,...

In responding to the Request for Proposals by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to redevelop the historic Dudley House at 167 Centre Street, Historic Boston has compiled a history of the site and its many uses of the building. One of the building’s most memorable functions...