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The large crowd attending the ribbon cutting of Historic Boston Inc.?s new Dudley Square headquarters was an indication of just how important this project is to the community.More than 150 people came to tour the building, hear from Boston?s Mayor Thomas M. Menino and other...

Dudley Square has long stood as a gateway to Roxbury and the surrounding southern neighborhoods of Boston. During the colonial period, when the delicate Roxbury Neck Road, now Washington Street, served as the only land bridge between Boston and mainland Massachusetts, Dudley saw all traffic...

Working on the new iron fenceLast week brought three new physical transformations to the Eustis Street Fire House. Two dying trees in the Eliot Burying Ground that stood near the fire house for many years were removed, resulting in a lot more light into our offices...

Current photo of facade1965 Bostonian Society photo showing early storefronts; note Baptist Church in the backgroundHistoric Boston is pleased to announce the acquisition of the historic Vertullo building in Hyde ????????????????Park?s Logan Square for a planned rehabilitation next year. Located at 74-84 Fairmount Avenue in...

HBI works in a microcosm of its former offices at Downtown Crossing.  There are many lunchtime options, places to buy clothes and shoes, and shops for our daily fix of office candy.  We even have our own version of the Filenes hole in the ground...

Our Groundbreaking earlier this year let us meet some of our neighbors.We're enjoying getting to know them better.HBI?s long-time office snack, gummi worms, has been replaced with coconut macaroons and mango wafer cookies.   Dudley Square is turning out to be more than just...

When thoughtfully applied, $1 million can go a long way toward restoring and preserving valuable histroic resources. The National Trust's Partners in Preservation will showcase just how much was done through a 2009 grant program during a special Open House on September 17th. Erin Doherty, who has...

Images by Cube Design + Research HBI is in the midst of converting the Hayden building in Chinatown for residential use. This major project requires gutting and then rebuilding the inside of the stone structure. Like all residential developers, we have to make...