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As the Boston Landmarks Commission studies the iconic Citgo sign for Landmark protection, advocates discuss why the sign is important to Boston.
You voted YES! The Community Preservation Act will be coming to Boston! Learn how these funds can be used for a variety of historic preservation projects across Boston.
When GE chose Boston over the likes of Palo Alto, Boston's unique character played an important role in the decision.
Residents and advocates are raising red flags about a rash of new high-rise towers and skyscrapers planned for Downtown Crossing — an area with outdated building rules that the Boston Redevelopment Authority has no pressing plans to update even as the Hub undergoes its largest building boom in city history.
Boston Preservation Alliance blogs about Alliance activities and more
Check out AllianceViews for perspectives on timely topics in historic preservation and placemaking in Boston.Read more...
2017 Annual Meeting
Join us for our Annual Meeting! This year we are excited to be hosting guest speaker Michelle Wu, President of Boston City Council, at the Museum of African American History. Our Annual Meeting is for Alliance members only, so now is a perfect time to join or renew your membership and come hear Councilor Wu speak about preservation in Boston!
Thursday, March 30 at 6:00 p.m.
RSVP for the Annual Meeting
The Alliance is Hiring!
The Alliance seeks a Communications Manager and a Development Associate. For more information, click here.
Please note our new address as of November 2015:
The Boston Preservation Alliance
141 Cambridge Street
Boston, MA 02114