September 26, 2007

Banners have been advertising that “Fan Pier is Here” for months. On Wednesday that statement finally came true when developer Joseph Fallon and local dignitaries held a groundbreaking ceremony for the first 500,000-square-foot office building on the south Boston waterfront site.

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September 26, 2007

“Thanks to our many years of planning, this will be a place all Bostonians can enjoy,” Mayor Thomas Menino proclaimed today at the ceremonial groundbreaking of Fan Pier, a 21-acre development on the South Boston waterfront.

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September 13, 2007

A ground breaking ceremony for first building at the $1 billion Fan Pier project is scheduled for Sept. 26, 2007.

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August 16, 2007

The long-awaited Fan Pier project will begin construction at the end of September, kicking off a $1 billion-plus development expected to transform South Boston’s fast developing waterfront.

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July 19, 2007

Milton Residences for the Elderly and Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino joined developer Joseph Fallon, South Boston Elderly Residences, and the community for a ribbon-cutting ceremony June 4 to celebrate the addition of the 376 West Fourth Street Apartments to the community. The newly renovated residential building boasts 18 affordable one-bedroom apartments for the elderly.

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June 3, 2007

After 20 years of controversy, a building has been constructed on the parking lot that occupies the best undeveloped site on the Boston waterfront. This one-story marketing center looks nothing like the lavish 18-story office building or 20-story hotel/condominium building that are among those planned for the site. 

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June 1, 2007

Fan Pier developer Joseph Fallon has unleashed an unusual marketing blitz – featuring billboard ads aimed at office tenants – as he prepares to break ground on the giant waterfront project this fall.

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May 1, 2007

When Joe Fallon plunked down $115 million in September 2005 for Fan Pier, the 21-acre site that sits next to Boston’s Financial District and overlooks Boston Harbor, it was only the beginning of his quest to do what many before him had attempted — and failed — to do during the past 25 years: convert […]

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August 19, 2005

The very name Fan Pier conjures up a mix of grand schemes, artist renderings and the everyday reality of, well, PARKING LOTS!

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