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It’s the end of an era; Historic Boston Inc.’s longtime Chief Financial Officer, Pat Tietbohl of CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, is retiring this spring.  Pat has worked with HBI for over ten years. She has shepherded our non-profit through the acquisition and sale of our project properties, yearly...

The restoration of St. Luke's Chapel, a historic gem nestled within the campus of St. John St. James Episcopal Church in Roxbury, is a testament to the commitment of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts and the parish of St. John St. James to preserving history...

The City of Boston’s Community Preservation Committee recommended downtown Boston’s Old Corner Bookstore for $500,000 in Community Preservation Act (CPA) funding to support the building’s rehabilitation at its most recent meeting. The 1718 Old Corner Bookstore is downtown Boston’s oldest commercial building and is a site...

When HBI was asked earlier this month to host one of 19 pieces of public art planned for Downtown Boston as part of the Winteractive Festival hosted by the Downtown Business Improvement District (BID), we enthusiastically supported the idea. The installation, The Fisherman, by American...

This month HBI’s Erika Tauer kicks off a series of stories that turn the spotlight onto the talented people who make up Historic Boston’s organization.    HBI board member Henry Moss has headed Bruner/Cott Architect’s Historic Preservation team since 1986 and practiced architecture in London for 16...