On Sunday July 23, and an additional Sunday in August and September, the City of Boston will transform Newbury Street into a pedestrian-only walkway. The street will become car-free to allow shoppers, diners and pedestrians to use the full width of the street to create a more pleasurable experience (parking will be restricted starting at 8am, signs will be posted).
Sunday July 23RD
UrbanMeritage and Novaya Real Estate Ventures present Avantage Newbury, Newbury Street’s premier retail portfolio UrbanMeritage launches Avantage Newbury, a selection of engaging retail locations for engaging brands on Newbury Street, Boston’s retail destination. Boston, Mass. (May 21, 2017) — UrbanMeritage, Newbury Street’s leading landlord and advocate for an exceptional retail environment, announces the launch of… Read More
April 13th - 17th
The Boston Marathon is one of our city’s most iconic events, and with more than 32,000 registered participants slated to run this year, the 26.2 mile course is sure to be abuzz with activity as Bostonians celebrate Patriot’s Day. But before race day comes and people gather along Boylston Street to cheer on finishers, they’ll… Read More
The maker movement is revolutionizing the world of fashion and retail, from custom details to personalized designs and consumer research.
Whew! 2016 was a whirlwind year for Newbury Street. Quite a bit happened on our mile-plus stretch of shopping paradise, so we put together these highlights to look back fondly on 2016.
Newbury Street stores are bringing out the holiday cheer! Happy holidays and best wishes for a wonderful New Year!
When ALLTOOHUMAN founder Jessica Knez was looking to open her own store, she wanted to move beyond the traditional retail boutique experience and create a space where great fashion could co-exist with contemporary art installations. How to blend her two passions of art and clothing became her first mission. Knez partnered with former Riccardi Creative… Read More
November 11th - 17th
Off the Cuff is an exhibition that highlights current works by a number of gallery artists, many of whom are already established in the national contemporary art scene and others who have the potential to take off as rising art stars.
This article is a contribution from Joseph Cornish, Director of Design Review – Preservation Team of the City of Boston’s Environment Department . Located on the corner of Clarendon and Newbury Street, the Charles Amos Cummings House is a Victorian brick row house built in 1871 and designed by architect and Boston native Charles Amos Cummings (1833-1905)… Read More
For generations, Boston has been known as the “Athens of America.” We’ve given the world Emerson, Thoreau, Malcolm X, Sylvia Plath and “Make Way for Ducklings.” On Thursday, October 13th, on the eve of the Boston Book Festival, come celebrate the city’s literary past, present and future at the inaugural Lit Crawl Boston, a night of irreverent… Read More