The project’s second phase will require a vast deck above the Mass. Pike, something no one has built since Copley Place opened in the 1980s.Gensler The second, more complicated phase of the long-planned Fenway Center mega-development above the Massachusetts Turnpike could soon be moving forward, with a new look. Developer John Rosenthal has filed plans… Continue Reading →
A 312-unit, two-building apartment project called Bower will mark a milestone in the oft-delayed project The first phase of the five-building Fenway Center development where Beacon Street meets the Massachusetts Turnpike and Commonwealth Avenue will open in spring 2020, according to developer Gerding Edlen, which is developing the phase along with Meredith Management and Nuveen… Continue Reading →
John Rosenthal, one of the founders of Stop Gun Violence, talks about the group’s 25 years of advocacy for stronger controls and the effect on gun violence. Interview for BNN News. Aired October 16, 2019.
Contact: Dom Slowey 781-710-0014 email@example.com Stop Handgun Violence Celebrates 25 Years of Activism to Enact Sensible, Safe Gun Laws in Massachusetts Urban Massachusetts leads the nation with the lowest gun death rate in the continental United States Oct 9, 2019 (Boston, MA) – Stop Handgun Violence — the Massachusetts based non-profit organization that works to… Continue Reading →
Recent cable program interview with John Rosenthal, our president.
WGBH’s Greater Boston TV segment with John Rosenthal setting the record straight on gun violence prevention. Most Democrats — and Americans — are in favor of expanded background checks for gun purchases, and President Trump recently declared he was as well in the wake of three recent mass shootings that left 34 dead in Texas,… Continue Reading →
Fourteen years after he began planning a major development on land and air over the Massachusetts Turnpike at Kenmore Square, developer John Rosenthal says he is ready to start work on Phase 2 next year. Construction would commence with the part of the project that would sit on firm ground. Talking Points | Tim Logan… Continue Reading →
After 10 years planning the $470M, mixed-use Fenway Center, developer Meredith Management president John Rosenthal tells us it will be one of Boston’s biggest developments and a true smart-growth transit and renewable energy oriented project. (Now people can stop whining, “Are we there yet?”) This content is from an article titled “A $470M Dream Come True”… Continue Reading →
After 10 years planning the $470M, mixed-use Fenway Center, developer Meredith Management president John Rosenthal tells us it will be one of Boston’s biggest developments and a true smart-growth transit and renewable energy oriented project. (Now people can stop whining, “Are we there yet?”) This content is from an article titled “A $470M Dream Come… Continue Reading →
John Rosenthal is active on gun control, homelessness, and the environment — and in his spare time is a developer. CommonWealth | Written by Paul McMorrow | Photographs by Michael Manning | January 15, 2013 John Rosenthal’s Blackberry lit up. Media requests poured in from NECN, WCVB, and WBUR. MSNBC wanted to talk. Even the Arabic-language… Continue Reading →
As Fenway Park turns 100 this season, the neighborhood around it is finally growing up. April 13, 2012 | The Boston Globe | A remarkable renewal in Kenmore Square, the Fenway | As Fenway Park turns 100, development in area surrounding the stadium is finally coming into its own | By Casey Ross, Globe Staff For decades the Fenway… Continue Reading →
The empty lots abutting the Mass. Pike as it veers west from the Kenmore Square area are familiar to generations of baseball fans heading to Fenway Park — and don’t conjure up an ounce of nostalgia. They’re a trash-strewn mess. They, combined with the air rights above the Pike itself, amount to the rarest of… Continue Reading →
The Fenway Center project, stalled for nearly three years by a zoning challenge, is expected to create 1,700 construction jobs. A court ruling has removed the most significant legal barrier standing in the way of the long-delayed Fenway Center development, a $450 million complex of apartments, stores, and offices to be built over the Massachusetts… Continue Reading →