April 1, 2008

Over the coming decade, Bostonians will witness that rarest of things in a centuries-old city: the birth of an entirely new neighborhood.

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April 1, 2008

If the Globe were all I read each day, I’d think that One Franklin, Fan Pier, and the Rose Kennedy Greenway were the only important developments here. 

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January 16, 2008

With rents rising and the “Big Dig” finally completed after 16 years, Boston is seeing a surge of office development. 

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November 2, 2007

Fan Pier developer Joseph F. Fallon said he wants to add laboratory space to his three-million square-foot project on the South Boston Waterfront, where he broke ground in September for an office building.

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November 2, 2007

Jimmy’s Harborside Restaurant, a landmark on the South Boston Waterfront for decades, will be replaced by two mostly glass buildings with two large restaurants and a waterside public plaza. 

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October 16, 2007

The Fallon Co. broke ground on One Fan Pier Blvd., the first office structure to grace Boston’s Fan Pier mixed-use development, which will span 21 acres along the Boston Harbor at an expected cost of $3 billion.

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October 14, 2007

Joe Fallon is becoming Boston’s Mr. Waterfront. The Boston developer is part of a team now building the convention center hotel, a Westin, due to open in June. One of his apartment buildings across from Jimmy’s Harborside is open and 40 percent leased, and his neighboring building, with 308 condos, should be open next summer, […]

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executive team around table with shovels for groundbreaking of ONE Marina Park Drive Fan Pier

October 11, 2007

Boston-based development firm, The Fallon Company, headed by President & CEO Joseph Fallon, broke ground recently on Fan Pier’s first office building, paving the way for the city’s most ambitious environmentally-friendly 21st century neighborhood.

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October 7, 2007

On an empty stretch along the South Boston waterfront, hundreds of guests and dignitaries gathered in late September to celebrate the groundbreaking for Fan Pier, a 21-acre, $3 billion mixed-use development.

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September 27, 2007

Despite its dazzling location on the South Boston waterfront, the Fan Pier was starting to feel like a bedeviled backwater after Nicholas Pritzker, chairman of the Hyatt Development Corp., abandoned his plan for a hotel, office, and luxury housing complex there a few years ago. A bad turn in the real estate market that coincided […]

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September 27, 2007

Despite its dazzling location on the South Boston waterfront, the Fan Pier was starting to feel like a bedeviled backwater after Nicholas Pritzker, chairman of the Hyatt Development Corp., abandoned his plan for a hotel, office, and luxury housing complex there a few years ago. A bad turn in the real estate market that coincided […]

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