Harbor Move Raises Troubling Questions

Former Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s legacy of largely apolitical planning appears to be well and truly dead. Mayor Kim Janey’s withdrawal of the Downtown Municipal Harbor Plan raises potent questions about the future of other supposedly-settled city plans.

Harbor Decision Protects the Public

The Superior Court decision on the Downtown Municipal Harbor Plan, or MHP is a victory for protecting open access to Boston’s beautiful waterfront. It’s also an opportunity to reimagine what waterfront development should look like. What it is not is a decision about any one individual project.

Battery Wharf Hotel Responds to CLF Complaint

An attorney for Boston’s Battery Wharf Hotel condo owners acknowledges some inadvertent violations of public access and programming and said the property “has been and continues to be welcoming of the public.”

Hot Property: July 31, 2017

Developer Related Beal has begun accepting applications for 239 workforce and affordable apartments in The Beverly, its new development in Boston’s Bulfinch Triangle.