The Boston Preservation Alliance Board of Young Advisors presents:
Libations for Preservation
Wednesday, July 24, 2019
The City of Boston invites you to a Community Meeting on the Northern Ave Bridge
Monday, June 3, 2019
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM…
Neighborhoods are living things. They evolve to the changing needs of their inhabitants. Rural farms become streetcar suburbs. Carriage lanes become roads. Thriving businesses fade.
The state gets a $98M cut of GE's sale of its property in Fort Point. Where should that money go? Shirley Leung at the Boston Globe says the obvious answer is rebuild the Northern Avenue…
May is National Preservation Month which gives us a perfect excuse to show off our beloved historic city.
Advocacy needed to OPPOSE a rule change to undercut the National Register of Historic Places
Please join us for our Annual Meeting | Registration is closed, but walk-ins welcome!
The Boston Preservation Alliance is now accepting nominations for our 2019 Preservation Achievement Awards!
The closing of Durgin Park (1827) following upon Jacob Wirth (1868) last year reminds us that Boston’s unique character comes from more than just architecture.
"An icon of the Boston skyline was very nearly protected against the city's current rapacious development culture- but then the mayor stepped in."
The City of Boston invites you to a
Community Meeting on the Northern Ave Bridge
The Young Advisors is a board of developing professionals whose role is to expand and amplify the Alliance’s mission of protecting places, promoting vibrancy, and preserving character.
Opening Remarks: Chris Scoville, Board Chair
Preservation Achievement Awards and 40 30 10 Celebration
October 22, 2018 at 60 State Street, Downtown Boston…
To celebrate our 40th Anniversary year, the Alliance launched a special social media campaign: The Preservation Bucket List photo competition.
This year marks the 40th Anniversary of the Alliance, the 30th Anniversary of the Awards, and the 10th Anniversary of our Young Advisors Board.
Join the Alliance Young Advisors for a stroll through Mount Auburn Cemetery, the oldest rural cemetery in the US.
Boston has an estimated $20 million in annual funds to support capital projects in historic preservation, affordable housing, and parks and green spaces.
Thank you for your overwhelming interest and support for preservation in Boston! This event is sold out.
Boston's urban planners and placemakers have an opportunity to make the Northern Avenue Bridge, now a rusting relic in Fort Point Channel, a postcard-worthy destination that draws in…
It has been nearly four years since anyone could walk across the old Northern Avenue Bridge, and two decades since you could drive across it.
The Boston Preservation Alliance was included in a 2018 national report regarding best practices for public outreach and education to build a knowledgeable, engaged, and activated…
Boston was once home to 31 breweries, enough to bestow this storied city with the title of "most breweries per capita." A majority of the city's breweries are clustered around Stony…
The Boston Preservation Alliance offers internships to graduate and undergraduate students to help train the next generation of preservationists by providing hands-on experience in the…
You’re invited to a special preview for Alliance and Boston By Foot members. The Ladder Blocks Walking Tour will take place on Sunday, May 20, from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.
Boston has a wonderful mix of historic buildings and sites, from stately row houses to 3-deckers, churches to commercial blocks.
The Young Advisors of the Boston Preservation Alliance are hosting a PechaKucha night on Tuesday, May 15 at The Algonquin Club of Boston.
The Alliance had an impressive showing at Preservation Massachusetts’s 30th Annual Paul & Niki Tsongas Awards Dinner held on May 9 at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel in Boston.
May is Preservation Month. To mark the occasion, Boston Architecture Diary tapped Greg Galer to share recommendations for preservation events happening around the city.
Alliance Executive Director Greg Galer was a moderator for "Preserving Affordability, Affording Preservation," an April 27th conference hosted by Historic New England.
The Boston Preservation Alliance is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Scoville as a new Board Chairman and the election of Sean Geary to the Board of Directors.
The Boston Preservation Alliance is hosting its Annual Meeting on Wednesday, March 21 at historic Old South Church at Copley Square.
From old fire departments to post offices that succumbed to the demise of snail mail, buildings across the country have fallen prey to shifting markets and the rise of technology.