Nick Varano has more details on his second Strega restaurant planned for Fan Pier on the South Boston waterfront, an area that he believes will become the “new Boston” in the next year or two.
North End Restaurateur Nick Varano is planting his flag at Fan Pier, saying he intends to open a new Italian restaurant in Joseph Fallon’s waterfront development project.
Back Bay fashionista LouisBoston is vacating its historic digs next spring for a spot on the waterfront at Fan Pier, making it the first retailer to sign on to the struggling project and leaving a big hole on Newbury Street for at least a year.
Upscale clothing retailer Louis Boston is moving from its longtime Newbury Street digs to the South Boston waterfront next spring.
High-end retailer Louis Boston will move from its Back Bay location to Boston’s Fan Pier in Spring 2010.
Clothing retailer Louis Boston has signed a lease for a 22,000-square-foot retail space at Fan Pier.
LouisBoston, long a retail icon on Newbury Street, plans to relocate to about 20,000 square feet of space at Fan Pier in South Boston’s waterfront district, Mayor Thomas M. Menino said.
Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino Celebrates Fashion Icon LouisBoston`s Trend-Setting Announcement To Relocate To The Boston Waterfront
LouisBoston plans to occupy approximately 20,000 SF of space at Fan Pier in Boston. A letter of intent [LOI] was recently signed by Joseph F. Fallon, President and CEO of The Fallon Company, and Debi Greenberg, owner of LouisBoston.
A 40-foot-long, two-ton sculpture dubbed “The Fish” made a splash in Hub waters yesterday, traveling by barge from the Boston Harbor Shipyard in East Boston to its new home at the Fan Pier Marina.
A 2-ton fish made of metal parts moved by barge yesterday from the Boston Harbor Shipyard in East Boston to the Fan Pier Marina.
Law firm Fish & Richardson PC has signed a 124,000-square-foot lease to relocate to the South Boston waterfront.