Kings will be debuting their new Seaport location at 60 Seaport Blvd. on Monday, October 30th. The new bowling complex, comes complete with its own restaurant, bars, and event spaces. The grand opening will offer free bowling for a year for the first 250 guests. The Seaport’s Kings location has 20,000 square feet of space with 16 bowling lanes, arcade games, pool tables, shuffleboard, foosball, air hockey, and many televisions for all sporting events. The “Draft Room" is a separate bar which will have three 12-foot screens, over 40 draft lines, and private bowling lanes, and other surprises for guests. Kings Seaport debuts at 6 p.m. on October 30 and will then operate from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Monday through Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. on Sunday,…
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The Boston Planning and Development Agency has granted approval for two new mixed-use projects in South Boston and Dorchester.
The South Boston plan was approved for 87-93 West Broadway, which currently houses the Gulf Station. The approved plans are for a 98,000 sq. ft. building which will contain 65 residential condominiums, and 9,000 sq. ft. of retail and lobby space.
The Dorchester project will be at 233 Hancock Street, and will contain 36 residential rental units and 1,120 sq. ft. of retail or gallery space. This project has the same architect as DotBlock which will be across the street.
The first restaurant in for LoveJoy Wharf has been announced. Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli, the nephew of James Beard Award-winning chef and author Chris Schlesinger, will open Alcove next spring. Schlesinger-Guidelli has been in the Boston Restaurant scene for many years. You might know some of the names such as Island Creek Oyster Bar, East Coast Grill in Cambridge, Eastern Standard Kitchen & Drinks, and Craigie on Main.
Alcove will feature a new indoor and outdoor waterfront dining and drinks in one of Boston’s most memorable settings. We are excited to see the new restaurant take shape, and stay tuned for more news.
A development company has agreed to buy the site of the former Boston Globe on Morrissey Boulevard. The proposal is calling for a hub with high-tech jobs, life sciences, creative offices, craft breweries and other mixed use businesses. They are not adding anything to the existing buildings, other than renovations to the site which as the stated are in "good condition". There will be no residential units on the site. With its close proximity to public transportation and the highway, the site is very attractive to many other innovators and opportunities. The site is described as "transit rich" as Cambridge tech hub prices increase, as well as the Seaport. While thriving, the Seaport currently suffers from lack of transit, and that is where this site could…
The Broadway Theatre will now begin demolition as the vacant building will soon be developed. The Boston Planning and Development Agency approved the plans for 420 West Broadway of 42 residential units and designated retail space. The building will be divided into two sections and there will be an underground parking garage for 42 car; accessed by Athens Street. The front of the building will be renovated and restored for the residential lobby and retail space.
This was part of the official notification from the BPDA:
"Residential units at 420 West Broadway will include 11 studios, 20 one-bedrooms and 11 two-bedrooms. Resident amenities will include a roof deck. 5 units at 420 West Broadway will be designated affordable. 42 garaged vehicle parking…
Happy Birthday Lincoln! This week marks the 5th birthday for Lincoln. They have developed some of the best food and drink around for the last 5 years and continue to surprise us each week with new items via test kitchen or on the menu! To celebrate, Lincoln has some sweet specials all week long and you have got to check them out!
Monday – enjoy their wood fired pizza for just $5 (starting at 5)
Tuesday – spicy wings are just $5 (dine-in only)
Wednesday – Free Fruity Pebble Pancakes with your brunch order from 10am-3pm. (Oh my gosh, yes!)
Thursday – One free steamed bun with every order of Thursday night Ramen (Thank god this one is back!)
Friday – Want some Lincoln gear? Good news! Swag Sale! $5 hats, t-shirts, tanks, and more all day…
The Abbey Group, a Boston developer, has revealed its detailed plans for it's proposed $1 billion redevelopment of the former Boston Flower Exchange. The proposal calls for a new life science research and technology campus called Exchange South End. The 1.6 million sq. ft. development would include restaurants, retail, and 1.1 acres of open space with a garden, law, and outdoor plaza. This location has also been proposed as a potential location for the Amazon second headquarters. More on this as Amazon's search for a location continues.