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Historic Boston is pleased to unveil a tribute to the many very generous donors to the preservation of the Fowler Clark Epstein Farm in Mattapan.  Taking inspiration from former owner Jorge Epstein’s stone walls, we commissioned a stone table, engraved with each of the project’s...

Historic Boston is pleased to announce our official ownership of the former public restroom:  the Upham’s Corner Comfort Station. The City of Boston transferred the historic building to HBI in anticipation of construction starting later this month for the Sip and Spoke Bike Kitchen. [caption id="attachment_2991"...

If you have ever wanted to live in a home or work in an office filled with historic character, now might be your chance! Check out our vacancies in the following HBI owned-buildings. Alvah Kittredge House Would you love an apartment in Roxbury? If you’re income qualified...

Boston Uncovered is a project of the City of Boston’s Department of Innovation and Technology, and explores unique pieces of Boston history from the smallest bits of Roxbury Puddingstone to a subway tunnel under City Hall. The team from City Hall came to the HBI...

HBI welcomes Spaceus, a MIT-based startup, to the Roslindale substation at 4228 Washington Street. Spaceus connects artists looking for studio space with landlords looking to fill vacant spaces. Layering this demand with a community’s desire of a vibrant neighborhood, Spaceus is uniquely qualified to operate their...

HBI is pleased to welcome Gabrielle Chapman to the organization as its Office Manager and Social Media Coordinator. Gabrielle brings a keen interest in Boston history and historic preservation to her new position.  She is also completing an MA in public history at Northeastern University. In her...