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Port of Boston said to add $4.6b to economy

Original Author: 
Megan Woolhouse

Though many think of Boston’s seaport as a destination for dining, concerts, or even high-tech startups, it’s also a working port that leaders believe can grow in the years ahead.

Businesses operating there generated $1.2 billion in revenue in 2012, according to a report to be released Monday by the Massachusetts Port Authority. The report estimates that the port created $4.6 billion of overall economic value that year.

Original Publication Date: 
Monday, July 21, 2014

Cutting-edge condos dock in Eastie

Original Author: 
Paul Restuccia

An unlikely team of a developer and a contractor from Revere and a Harvard-trained architect is bringing cutting-edge lofts to the East Boston waterfront.

The Marginal Street Lofts, which are adjacent to the Boston Harbor Shipyard & Marina in Jeffries Point, are the first new Eastie water­front condos in decades.

Original Publication Date: 
Friday, July 18, 2014

ASM Young Professionals cruise Boston Harbor

Boston, MA ASM new Young Professionals (YP) Group kicked off the summer season in style with a sunset cruise on Boston harbor July 12. Mother Nature failed to deliver the "sunset" part, but the group had a great time networking and getting to know each other during the 90-minute cruise, which took them from the harbor islands to Charlestown Navy Yard, where they caught the USS Constitution firing its cannon to mark the end of the day. This was just the second event for ASM's YP Group, which is open to anyone in their 20s or 30s from any ASM member company.

Original Publication Date: 
Friday, July 18, 2014


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