Nearby: Hotel Boylston
Hotel Boylston (1871-1894) of Boston, Massachusetts, stood at the corner of Tremont Street and Boylston Street in today's Boston Theater District. The architecture firm of Cummings and Sears designed ...
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Hotel Touraine (Boston)
Hotel Touraine (1897-1966) in Boston, Massachusetts, was a residential hotel on the corner of Tremont Street and Boylston Street, near the Boston Common. The architecture firm of Winslow and Wetherell...
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Hotel Boylston
Hotel Boylston (1871-1894) of Boston, Massachusetts, stood at the corner of Tremont Street and Boylston Street in today's Boston Theater District. The architecture firm of Cummings and Sears designed ...
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Boston Edison Electric Illuminating Company building
The Boston Edison Electric Illuminating Company is a historic utility company building at 25-39 Boylston Street in Boston, Massachusetts.The seven-story Beaux Arts building was constructed in 1906 to ...
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Boston Young Men's Christian Union
The Boston Young Men's Christian Union is an historic building at 48 Boylston Street in Boston, Massachusetts and a liberal Protestant youth association. When Unitarians were excluded from the Boston ...
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Boylston (MBTA station)
Boylston is one of the two oldest stations on the Green Line light rail service of the MBTA rapid transport network, and is located on the southeast corner of Boston Common at the intersection of Boyl...
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Haymarket Theatre (Boston, Massachusetts)
The Haymarket Theatre (1796-1803) or Hay-Market Theatre was a theatre in late-18th century Boston, Massachusetts. Organized by Charles Stuart Powell, it occupied a large, wooden building "opposite the...
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Urban College of Boston
Urban College of Boston is a non-profit 501(c)(3) co-educational two-year college located in Downtown Boston, Massachusetts.
In 1967, Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD) started the Urb...
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Tremont Theatre, Boston (1889)
The Tremont Theatre (est.1889) was a playhouse in Boston, Massachusetts, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Henry E. Abbey and John B. Schoeffel established the enterprise and oversaw construc...
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Piano Row District
The Piano Row District is a historic district encompassing two blocks of buildings facing Boston Common at the corner of Tremont Street and Boylston Street in Boston, Massachusetts. The district exte...
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Cutler Majestic Theatre
The Cutler Majestic Theatre at Emerson College, in Boston, Massachusetts, is a 1903 "Beaux Arts" style theater, designed by the architect John Galen Howard. Originally built for theatre, one of three ...
Colonial Theatre (Boston)
The Colonial Theatre (est.1900) is the oldest continually-operating theatre in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Designed by the architectural firm of Clarence Blackall and paid for by Frederick ...
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Boylston Building
The Boylston Building is an historic building at 2-22 Boylston Street in Boston, Massachusetts. The six story sandstone building was designed by Carl Fehmer and built in 1887 by Woodbury & Leight...
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Jacob Wirth Restaurant
The Jacob Wirth Restaurant is a historic German-American restaurant and bar in Boston, Massachusetts at 31-39 Stuart Street. Founded in 1868, Jacob Wirth is one of the oldest restaurants in Boston.The...
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Boylston Market
Boylston Market (1810-1887), designed by architect Charles Bulfinch, was located in Boston, Massachusetts, on the corner of Boylston and Washington Streets. Boylston Hall occupied the third floor of t...
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Liberty Tree District
The Liberty Tree District is a historic district encompassing a collection of six mid-scale commercial buildings between the Downtown Crossing area and the Theater District of Boston, Massachusetts. ...
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Dill Building
The Dill Building is an historic building at 11-25 Stuart Street in Boston, Massachusetts.The six story brick building was constructed in two phases between 1886 and 1888. Its facade is symmetrical, ...
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Millennium Place
Millennium Place is a luxury residential building located in Boston, Massachusetts. This new development completes the final chapter of Boston’s Avery Street corridor development, which includes the R...
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Hayden Building
The Hayden Building is a historic building at 681-683 Washington Street in Boston, Massachusetts.The building was built in 1875 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. Designed...
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Central Burying Ground, Boston
The Central Burying Ground is a cemetery in Boston, Massachusetts. It was established on the Boston Common in 1756. It is located on Boylston Street between Tremont Street and Charles Street.Famous b...
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Emerson College
Emerson College is a private coeducational university located in downtown Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1880 by Charles Wesley Emerson as a "school of oratory," Emerson is "the only comprehensive ...
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Chinatown (MBTA station)
Chinatown is a rapid transit station on the MBTA Orange Line, located at the intersection of Washington Street with Essex and Boylston Streets in downtown Boston, Massachusetts. The station is located...
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Gaiety Theatre, Boston (1908)
The Gaiety Theatre (1908-1949) or Gayety Theatre of Boston, Massachusetts, was located at no.661 Washington Street near Boylston Street in today's Boston Theater District. It featured burlesque, vaude...
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Gordon's Olympia Theatre (Boston)
Gordon's Olympia Theatre (est. 1910s) in Boston, Massachusetts, was established by Nathan H. Gordon of Olympia Theatres, Inc. Architect Clarence Blackall designed the building at no.658 Washington Str...
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Globe Theatre, Boston (1903)
The Globe Theatre (est.1903) was a playhouse and cinema in Boston, Massachusetts, located on Washington Street in Chinatown. Architect Arthur H. Vinal designed the building in 1903; it stands today at...
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Combat Zone, Boston
The Combat Zone was the name given in the 1960s to the adult entertainment district in downtown Boston, Massachusetts. Centered on Washington Street between Boylston Street and Kneeland Street, the ar...
Liberty Tree
The Liberty Tree (1646–1775) was a famous elm tree that stood in Boston near Boston Common, in the days before the American Revolution (1776-1783). In 1765, colonists in Boston staged the first ...
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RKO-Boston
The RKO-Boston movie theatre (1930s-1950s) of Boston, Massachusetts, was located at no.616 Washington Street, near Essex Street in the Boston Theater District. Associated with RKO Pictures, it feature...
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Keith-Albee Boston Theatre
The Keith-Albee Boston Theatre (1925-1930s) was a cinema in Boston, Massachusetts, in the Boston Theater District. It occupied part of a larger building at no.616 Washington Street, which itself had o...
Park Theatre (Boston)
The Park Theatre (est.1879) was a playhouse in Boston, Massachusetts, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It later became the State cinema. Located on Washington Street, near Boylston Street, t...
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Beethoven Hall (Boston)
Beethoven Hall (1874-1878) was an auditorium in Boston, Massachusetts, that hosted musical performances and other entertainments in the 1870s. It sat on Washington Street, near Boylston Street, in tod...
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