CloverHFI, the city’s only 24-hour restaurant and fourth Cambridge location for the locally born healthy fast-food chain, has been open for a month in Central Square. Here are five takeaways so far from CEO Ayr Muir.
After 29 years – and long after its competitors gave up and moved on – Hollywood Express is closing, ending the era of independent video renters in Cambridge.
Councillors voted Monday to approve zoning allowing a 195-foot tower overlooking Jill Brown-Rhone Park in Central Square, citing the need for more housing and affordable housing, with only councillors Dennis Carlone and Nadeem Mazen voting in opposition.
The triangular parcel is north of Route 2, not far from the Alewife Reservation and a floodplain that has been the subject of years of protests during recent development in Cambridge and Belmont.
A projection at a May 5 meeting anticipates that the Alliance will end the 2015 fiscal year on June 30 with net income of $18.6 million – in stark contrast with a budget forecasting a loss of $19.7 million.
Citizens Bank was rejected roundly Monday by the City Council in its bid for more branding at its Harvard Square location, and councillors had a number of reasons.
The Mass+Main got substantial technical changes and saw one section removed entirely, with the Planning Board chairman suggesting it should have been completely rewritten and shouldn’t have gotten so far along in the process.
Passim staff said Hogan had been focused on the long-term sustainability of the Harvard Square mainstay, where roots as a nightclub date back to its opening as a jazz venue in 1958
Lawyers for a local business owner were upset Tuesday to find a liquor license transfer delayed by a multiple-count investigation of how the license was granted in the first place and a handful of related issues.
Before a final vote on the Mass+Main project’s zoning, likely to be May 18, comes tonight’s Planning Board meeting.