Navy Yard News

May 25, 2020

To remind us how important community and art are during these challenging and difficult times, FCNY is sponsoring a Photo Contest, inspired, and judged, by Charlestown photographer Ryan Pettaway. The theme is, “Showcase What You Hold Dear in Your Community.” Please submit your photos to us in jpeg format at [email protected] by Friday, June 5th. The winner will receive a voucher […]

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April 23, 2020

We are sharing the information below from Costa Fruit, an FCNY member. They have fresh produce, meats, etc for sale at their facility on Rutherford Ave via online ordering. Please see the information below for details. visit us at https://costafarmersmarket.com Click here to view printable press release. visit us at https://costafarmersmarket.com Click here to view printable menu.

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April 10, 2020

The Friends of the Charlestown Navy Yard is sharing a list of open Charlestown restaurants providing take-out and delivery services to the community during the Shelter-in-Place in light of COVID-19. Below is a preliminary list of some local restaurants that are open during this time of uncertainty. Please consider supporting these locally owned and operated […]

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April 1, 2020

We are sharing the information below from the BPDA about Building 108 Redevelopment Proposal. Building 108 Redevelopment Proposal Charlestown Navy Yard In accordance with the Charlestown Navy Yard Master Plan, the BPDA released a Request for Proposals (RFP) in November 2019 for the ground lease and redevelopment of Building 108 in the Historic Monument Area of the Charlestown […]

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February 5, 2019

The MBTA Better Bus Project has come up with 47 proposals to update and modernize existing bus routes in Boston. They are now looking for feedback from riders before they take the proposed changes to their board in April 2019, in the hopes that these changes can go into effect Fall 2019. Relating to Charlestown, […]

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October 17, 2018

Description: Public meeting to review and discuss the proposed changes to the Hood Park Master Plan project (the “Proposed Project”) in Charlestown. The Proposed Project envisions a total of 1,785,804 gross square feet of development spread among a total of eleven (11) buildings with a variety of uses including commercial, residential, hotel, and retail. A total […]

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