University of Massachusetts officials have had preliminary conversations with the Kraft family and the New England Revolution about the possibility of building a soccer stadium on prime waterfront land owned by the university on the grounds of the old... Read more
Beantown Athletics on Granite Avenue serves a host of sports-related needs for the neighborhood all year-long. This week, they are busy outfitting Dorchester for our biggest celebration of the year: Dorchester Day.
Beantown has a full array of... Read more
Community members will have another chance to comment on the Indigo Block redevelopment project next Wednesday when the Boston Redevelopment Authority will be presenting an update on the long-vacant 2.75-acre site in Uphams Corner.
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Lower Mills Tavern will open next week
Dorchester’s newest restaurant, the Lower Mills Tavern, will officially open its doors next week, just in time for Dorchester Day. It’s worth the wait.
The Reporter was given a... Read more
It may seem like just another mixed-use development in a city skyline cluttered with cranes. But this week’s news that the MBTA has finally awarded rights to lease and build on several parcels it owns next to the Mattapan Square T station is a big deal... Read more
Developers are again moving forward with a condominium complex proposed for a key stretch of Washington Street in Lower Mills. City Point Center, LLC, filed a Letter of Intent with the Boston Redevelopment Authority last Friday. The historically... Read more
The Dot Block and the South Bay Town Center projects each received the approval of the Boston Redevelopment Authority Board at its monthly meeting last night. The projects account for $350 million invested in over 1.4 million square feet of Dorchester... Read more
The MBTA has chosen a development team to build a mixed-use project on what is now an underused parking lot next to Mattapan Station. The decision sets in motion an important new housing start in one of the few Boston neighborhoods that has been... Read more
Construction has begun on the mixed-use Whittier Lyndhurst Washington Homes redevelopment in Codman Square. The multi-site project will represent a $20.1 million investment and create 44 units of affordable rental housing, according to Mayor Martin... Read more