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Historic Boston Inc. congratulates Christopher Scoville as he becomes Chair of the Board of the Boston Preservation Alliance at the organization’s annual meeting on April 9th. Professionally, Chris also works closely with HBI on project financing and is a trusted advisor to the organization.   As Senior Vice President...

PLAN: Dudley Square, a BPDA initiative to strategize about the uses and scale of development for DND and BPDA owned and/ or managed parcels in Roxbury and Dudley Square, is close to meeting its objective of issuing Request for Proposals (RFP) for eight parcels in...

Grant supports restoration of the Upham’s Corner Comfort Station Historic Boston Inc. is pleased to announce the receipt of a $100,000 grant from The 1772 Foundation of Newport, Rhode Island for capital costs associated with rehabilitation of the 1912 Upham’s Corner Comfort Station. The 1772 Foundation is...

Roslindale Village Main Street recently unveiled Roslindale’s Engineering Marvel, a history exhibit that traces the construction, operation, decline and renewal of the 1911 Roslindale Substation, on the lower floor of the renewed substation at 4228 Washington St. It is available for public viewing during business...

Literary historian Rob Velella presents the fourth of four installment of a presentation made in the fall of 2017 at the Old South Meetinghouse on the extraordinary history of Ticknor and Fields whose 19th century publishing hegemony made the Old Corner Bookstore one of the most importance places in American literary history....

Historic New England presents Preserving Affordability, Affording Preservation: Prospects for Historic Multi-Family Housing on Friday, April 27, 2018, at the All Saints’ Church in Boston. The conference gathers leading advocates in affordable housing and historic preservation to look at the past, present, and future of our region’s historic multi-family...