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!
Maine-based Gelato Fiasco is dishing out deliciousness in The Shop incubator on Newbury Street, bringing their highly awarded, hand-packed, small batch treats to the masses of Boston.
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
Platform Designed as a Landing Pad for Growing Brands and Experiential Retail It’s no secret that the retail world hasn’t been the same since the rise of e-commerce. The ease of click-to-order purchasing disrupted the industry from every angle. And while millennials – who are expected to spend more than $200 billion annually in 2017… Read More
You know you love Shake Shack. You know you don’t trust anyone who doesn’t. You know how lucky you are that, when that ShackBurger and those crinkle fries call out to you from Instagram, you can hop down the street to Shake Shack Newbury Street to get your fix. Here’s five things that you didn’t know… Read More
The dog days of summer have set in, which means only two things: beach and ice cream. We can’t give you the former, but FoMu is popping up at 144 Newbury Street starting this weekend. The temporary store will be dishing out delicious coconut-based ice cream through September.
Newbury Street went car-free on Sunday, August 7th for the first ever Open Newbury Street. Between 10 am and 6 pm, shoppers, diners, and strollers meandered up and down Newbury Street, taking advantage of the exclusive promotions and exciting experiences offered by Newbury retailers and the City. From four square and Adirondack chairs in the… Read More
Newbury Street is set to be car-free for a day this Sunday, August 7th. To celebrate the event, we’ve designed this map to guide you through some of the unique happenings along all seven blocks. Stroll away, Boston.
Sitting down with Lynne Kortenhaus, President and CEO of Kortenhaus Communications, you know that you are in the presence of a trend-setter, a person who knows good things and where to find them. A much sought after public relations guru, Kortenhaus is also an expert on another topic: Newbury Street. “I’ve been on Newbury street for… Read More