Linwood Place (Broadway St./Columbia St.), Cambridge, MA
Housing Development · 1 tips and reviews
Mose Berkowitz: Originally constructed in the early 20th C. these 8 multifamily buidlings were acquired and rehabbed in the 70s and preserved as 45 units of affordable hsg. Owned by JAS, Managed by Maloney Properties
Mose Berkowitz: Neglected, blighted, this spiritual edifice sighs with wear as it invites stollers to imagine the events that led to its state of decay; desecration. Study the crooked crosses over the front doorway
Mose Berkowitz: A rich reflection of the locally grown goods, in a modern eclectic package. The 3 course offers the best deal of lot (6 course is same size, 2X price, but 2X variety). Food's too salty though...
1747 Massachusetts Ave. (Washington St.), Boston, MA
Bus Station · South End · 1 tips and reviews
Mose Berkowitz: Catch the CT 1 to Central to whiz through traffic, snag the 1 if you want to wheeze away at every block, jammed in gridlock. Actually, rush hour on Mass. Ave. is a molasses pit either way.
College Technology Building · North Allston · 12 tips and reviews
Mose Berkowitz: Once WGBH, this modern brutal architecture houses a new site of documentation though business, tech start up conceptual fuel. A morsel of Harvards planned land in Brighton: http://i-lab.harvard.edu/ab
1400 Massachusetts Ave (at Brattle St), Cambridge, MA
Metro Station · Harvard Square · 24 tips and reviews
Mose Berkowitz: Just south of the current TStation-subterranean portal was used prior to the '80sPeerthrough glass on the rightside of the train as you pulloutbound http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harvard_(MBTA_station)
Government Building · Downtown Boston · 2 tips and reviews
Mose Berkowitz: Apply here for subsidized public housing, and more residences, but be prepared to wait 5+ years if you do not have Priority 1 Status. More info here: http://www.bostonhousing.org/housing_services.html
2 Masonic Place (Commercial St.), Provincetown, MA
Event Space · 1 tips and reviews
Mose Berkowitz: The organization celebrated their 2100th gathering; this hall was erected in 1870 in its present space. Events, culture and lodging; a historical place! http://kinghiramslodge.org/tour%20part%201.htm
784 R. Massachusetts Ave. (Mass Ave. Connector), Boston, MA
Medical Center · South End · 1 tips and reviews
Mose Berkowitz: Woods Mullen Homeless Shelter has 190 beds available for adults 18 and over (124 beds for men and 66 for women). Tickets are given out on a first come first serve basis beginning at 4:00pm.
Mose Berkowitz: This key est. has been here for 96+ years, and is operated by a sole man, whose father founded the business. A tiny shop with a huge key inventory, check out this time capsule in Dudley Square!