A visual history provides critical temporal context and birds eye perspective of complex human landscaping.
Pier 5 Association is making extraordinary progress to reactivate this public property as an landmark waterfront national park providing healthful recreation, cultural events and historic views from the Head of Boston Harbor.
BPDA Releases Two Draft Scenarios for the Future of Charlestown
BPDA Releases Two Draft Scenarios for the Future of Charlestownby John Lynds • August 4, 2022 • 0 CommentsThis week the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) announced an important milestone and update in the PLAN: Charlestown community planning process.The BPDA officially released two draft scenarios for the future of Charlestown, focusing on the industrial area along Rutherford Avenue…
Pier 5 Association Announces Two New Board Members
Pier 5 Association Announces Two New Board Membersby Patriot-Bridge Staff • August 18, 2022 • 0 CommentsThe Pier 5 Association is pleased to announce the addition of two new Board members. We welcome their commitment and expertise in reaching our goal of transforming the historic Pier 5 in the Charlestown Navy Yard into an open space public park for…
Atlascope Boston · Historic urban atlases from the Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center
Atlascope is a tool for exploring historic urban maps in metropolitan Boston and telling stories about how places have changed over time. Atlascope Boston · Historic urban atlases from the Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center