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The MBTA Blue Line: Overlooked Real Estate Corridor Turned Hotbed for Investment

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Banker & Tradesman: Waterfront Square Hotel Parcel Under Agreement

Banker & Tradesman: Waterfront Square Hotel Parcel Under Agreement Read More

Banker & Tradesman: Blue Line Parcels Under the Microscope

Banker & Tradesman: Blue Line Parcels Under the Microscope Read More

Revere Beach Tops the Competition

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BLDUP Profiles Waterfront Square toured Waterfront Square with David Bois, Principal at Arrowstreet. Learn more about the project and view site photographs on  Read More

BLDUP Interview with David Bois of Arrowstreet

David Bois, Principal at Arrowstreet Architecture & Design, speaks about the development of the Waterfront Square transit-oriented development at Wonderland Station in Revere. Watch Video

Revere, America’s first public beach, remains a monument to design

Landscape architect Charles Eliot nailed it when he was drafted by Boston’s Metropolitan Park System to design a “sea-coast reservation” at Revere to replace the rampant and haphazard overdevelopment of the beachfront summer resort. Read More

Getting Ready for Sand Sculpting Festival:Annual Event Set for July 24-26 with 29 Sculptors, Hot Air Balloon and Food Trucks among Attractions

More sand sculptors than ever before will hit Revere Beach this month, along with a hot air balloon and a fantastic Food Truck Festival, during the International Sand Sculpting Festival (July 24-26). Read More

Revere's Economy Waits for Suffolk Downs Wonderland

For years, developers and city officials in Revere pumped the promise of a new casino at Suffolk Downs. With the city set to receive as much as $40 million a year from Mohegan Sun, Revere voters in February 2014 overwhelmingly endorsed the development of a $1.3 billion gambling resort at the 80-year-old track where the legendary Seabiscuit once raced for home. Read More

Revere Economic Development Summit

The 2014 Revere Economic Development Summit featured presentations by the Waterfront Square Development Team.

An update on progress at Waterfront Square was given by: Joseph DiGangi, founder and managing director of Eurovest Development, George Tremblay, principal at Arrowstreet Architecture & Design, Walter Upton, developer of 660 Ocean Ave and Lou Minicucci with Covington, developer of the Vanguard at Waterfront Square.

A $25 million commitment by the state toward a new MBTA Commuter Rail station within 1/4 mile from Wonderland Station at Waterfront Square, funding for a new playground on the Revere Beach Reservation, and a $9 million appropriation earmarked for a commuter pier feasibility study for Revere were announced at the event.

The speaking program also featured elected officials, development teams, business leaders and regional policy experts including: Karyn Polito, Lieutenant Governor Elect; Representative Katherine Clark; Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo; State Representative RoseLee Vincent; Mayor Daniel Rizzo, and Richard Fields, CEO, Coastal Development, principal owner of Wonderland Park and Suffolk Downs.

$500 million Waterfront Square featured at Revere Economic Development Summit

Eurovest Development Inc., a leading real estate development firm in the Greater Boston area, opened the "2014 Revere Economic Development Summit" regarding the ongoing progress of their Waterfront Sq. project. The $500 million, 1.3 million s/f, mixed-use, transit-oriented development is located along Ocean Ave. The presentation was part of the planned program, which took place at the Revere Showcase Cinema at 565 Squire Rd. Read More

Waterfront Square featured in Today In America’s City of Revere profile

Waterfront Square featured in Today In America's City of Revere profile. Host Terry Bradshaw visits Revere, MA, and speaks about the City's history, schools and growth with Mayor Rizzo, Secretary Bialecki and State Representative Robert DeLeo.

Officials tweak zoning rules to encourage development

Waterfront Square a stop on EOHED six-town development tour. Read More