Fenway Neighborhood Preservation Project
Fenway/Kenmore
Revival Styles
Beaux Arts Classicism
Art Deco
Mid-century Modernism
Brutalism/Heroic
New Construction
Actively Engaged

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This summer, the Boston Preservation Alliance is compiling a list of high-risk preservation priorities, recognized Landmarks, and proposed new development in Fenway/Kenmore. The Alliance recognizes that urban development is critical for the lasting economic and social prosperity of the Fenway/Kenmore neighborhood. However, we want development that addresses community concerns and respects the neighborhood’s past. Our goal is to identify and guide advocacy for high-risk preservation priorities based on the expressed needs and values of community stakeholders. We hope this will serve as a model for future Boston neighborhoods. 

 

•   August 17, 2018

The Boston Preservation Alliance compiled an interactive map as part of the Summer 2018 Fenway/Kenmore Neighborhood Preservation Project. The map highlights new developments, development proposals, recognized historic resources, possible preservation priorities, and noteworthy preservation projects.

 

•    August 16, 2018

Boston Preservation Alliance, Fenway Community Center, and Fenway Cultural District are co-hosting a community discussion to share Fenway preservation priorities and discuss the ongoing initiative to create the Fenway Cultural District. Join us Thursday, August 16 at 5:30 p.m. at the Fenway Community Center, 1282 Boylston Street. 

 

 •    July 2018

Fenway Neighborhood Preservation Survey 

The Alliance is seeking community feedback on balancing heritage and development in Fenway/Kenmore. The deadline for submissions is August 31. If you would like to share further comments or request more information about the project or the Alliance, please contact Emily Kahn (ekahn@bostonpreservation.org).

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Defending Fenway’s Heritage

Emily Kahn, Boston Preservation Alliance Intern

Meet Our 2018 Summer Interns

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 diversity of

Our 2018 Fenway Map highlights new developments, development proposals, recognized historic resources, possible preservation priorities, and noteworthy preservation projects.
Thank you to all our corporate members, including: