The Board of Appeals today approved a developer’s proposal to replace the Tom English Bar and the Dorchester Market with a five-story apartment complex – with room for the market, but not the bar, to move back into. Adam Sarbaugh wants to build 38 apartments – 5 rented as affordable – 26 parking spaces and…

Architect’s rendering. The Board of Appeals today approved plans for a 159-room hotel on Dorchester Avenue near where it crosses the South Boston Haul Road – and Track 61, which is the last remaining rail link between the Northeast Corridor and the South Boston Waterfront. The hotel, which will have 60 valet parking spaces, will…

  Representing Micro Brewers Learn the legal and business craft Date(s): Tuesday, 4/24/2018, 2:00 pm–5:00 pm Location: MCLE Conference Center, Ten Winter Place, Boston There are more craft brewers in the United States today than there have ever been. New craft brewers are opening at a national rate of two per day. The craft brew…

Wednesday, February 7, 2018 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM Boston Bar Association – 16 Beacon Street, Boston, MA Learn from the best!  Boston permitting is unique – both in the legal requirements and process – than the rest of the Commonwealth.  If you want to be involved in any aspect of permitting projects in Boston…

Some of Boston’s most significant developments are going up—or are slated to go up—around or on some of the city’s biggest transit hubs, including South Station and North Station. [Read more…] Courtesy: Curbed Boston, by Tom Acitelli Lead Land Use Counsel, 8 Washington Village : Joseph P. Hanley

Credit: Stuart Cahill Serafina’s new Newbury Street location will have a liquor license and its patio open until 11 p.m., over the objection of neighbors. Newbury Street will soon have another late-night spot to crash: The Boston Licensing Board told the Track that Italian restaurant Serafina was just granted a liquor license with permission to…

Jon Coyne; Kevin Harron; Steve Miller and The Second Generation of the Wong Family, Andy, Bob, Linda, Lisa, Donald, and Stanley The Massachusetts Restaurant Association (MRA) is proud to announce four 2016 honorees that will be inducted into its legendary Massachusetts Restaurant Association Hall of Fame. Made up of experienced and exceedingly deserving food and…

How craft breweries and consumers stand to win – and lose – from the growing and unregulated practice. Part of the mystique around some of the best craft beer on the market today involves availability. Or, more specifically, the calculated lack thereof. If something is really good – that super-hazy double IPA everyone is talking…