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Last updated: 8/26/16

Fort Point Channel Landmark District Commission

The Fort Point Channel Landmark District Commission will hold a public hearing:

I. DESIGN REVIEW HEARING
 
5:30 PM - Previously presented 7/2016
17.251 FPC   25 & 44 Thomson Place
Applicant: John Kiernan, Fort Point Channel Investors, LLC (Applicant)
Proposed Work: Widen the sidewalk in two locations on Thomson Place and one location on Stillings Street.
 
5:45 PM - Previously presented 7/2016
17.252 FPC   44 Thomson Place
Applicant: John Kiernan, Fort Point Channel Investors, LLC (Applicant)
Proposed Work: Remove the parking lot and surrounding landscape from the lot adjacent to 44 Thomson Place, and create a plaza with pavers, lighting, built-in benches, moveable furniture, and green spaces.
 
6:00 PM
17.245 FPC   9 Channel Center Street 
Applicant: Dan McGrath, Berkeley Investments, Inc.(Applicant)
Proposed Work: Install two light fixtures and a security camera adjacent to the entryway; install tenant signage on the left side and building signage on the right side of the entryway.
 
6:15 PM
16.1569 FPC   308 Congress Street
Applicant: Marisa Lava, Boston Children’s Museum (Applicant)
Proposed Work: Remove and replace the bronze anodized aluminum-clad plywood infill panels at eleven former window and loading bay openings fronting Sleeper Street.
 
6:30 PM - Previously presented 4/2014
17.246 FPC   338 Congress Street
Applicant: Andrew Wang, CBT Architects (Architect)
Proposed Work: Modify ground floor storefront infill to accommodate floodproofing requirements.
 
6:45 PM
17.143 FPC   313 Congress Street
Applicant: Haril Pandya, CBT Architects (Architect)
Proposed Work: Modify the location of the entryway infill and replace the pavers, ceiling paneling, and lighting; install metal halo-lit lettering “Three Thirteen” within the masonry archway; install light fixtures at the fourth floor cornice; paint all of the white windows, paneling and trim on the vertical bays black; install black applied aluminum muntins to create multi-lite configurations on all of the sashes at the Congress Street façade and the first three vertical bays at the secondary side façades.