News from Related Beal at Lovejoy Wharf Resident

first_imgNews from Related Beal at Lovejoy Wharf:Residents at Related Beal’s Lovejoy Wharf condominiums will have a new neighbor in breakout restaurateur Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli. The Eastern Standard and Island Creek Oyster Bar alum will bring his own vision to the Robert A.M. Stern designed residential condominium in 2018, offering indoor and outdoor waterfront dining and drinks in one of Boston’s most memorable settings.*Advertisement* “We are thrilled to welcome Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli to Lovejoy Wharf, and to offer our residents and neighbors a premier dining experience from one of Boston’s rising restaurateurs,” said Kimberly Sherman Stamler, President of Related Beal. “His new restaurant will deliver a must-visit destination to enjoy a sunset cocktail and celebrate and gather with friends and family. It is also the perfect complement to the amenities here – from our Luxury Attaché service, to exceptional roof deck, and door-to-door valet. Together the offerings at Lovejoy Wharf create a new level of luxury and lifestyle for all of our residents.”Schlesinger-Guidelli will pair his hospitality experience with a stunningly distinguished location. This new venture builds on an exciting neighborhood that is minutes away from the TD Garden, award-winning restaurants, exceptional retailers and popular fitness studios. Lovejoy Wharf sits on Boston’s waterfront at the nexus of the North End and Beacon Hill, and is easily accessible by car, bike, foot, train, and – soon – water taxi. The restaurant will have access to private outdoor space along the newly transformed wharf, where diners can take in spectacular views of Boston Harbor, the Zakim Bridge, and the Bunker Hill Monument. It is expected to open in Spring of 2018.Related Beal has a long history of incorporating exceptional dining experiences into their residential offerings. The Arlington hosts Johnny Sheehan’s Liquid Art House, and The Clarendon is home to Post 390. In New York City, Related recently announced a new culinary collection at Hudson Yards with concepts from star chefs Thomas Keller, David Chang, Costas Spiliadis, and Jose Andrés. Related’s Time Warner Center is home to Per Se, PorterHouse, Masa and will soon welcome Momofuku Noodle Bar and a BlueBird from London.“We build homes with lasting appeal, in neighborhoods where people want to live and invest,” said Sherman Stamler. “A key part of that process is finding the right hospitality partners, and we look forward to welcoming Tom and his team to the neighborhood.”For more information, visit www.lovejoyboston.com.last_img read more

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Amazon could soon own a mobile network – then watch out

first_img Show More Unlike other sites, we thoroughly review everything we recommend, using industry standard tests to evaluate products. We’ll always tell you what we find. We may get a commission if you buy via our price links.Tell us what you think – email the Editor Sign up for the Mobile NewsletterSign Up Please keep me up to date with special offers and news from Goodtoknow and other brands operated by TI Media Limited via email. You can unsubscribe at any time. If you think Amazon is working towards a tech monopoly now, just wait until the company owns its own mobile phone network.According to the reports from the United States, Amazon is interested in buying Boost Mobile from the T-Mobile and Sprint networks.Sources ‘familiar with the matter’, according to Reuters, say Amazon is considering snapping up the MVNO because it would enable the firm to access T-Mobile’s wireless network for at least the next six years.That’s due to the potential merger between the T-Mobile and Sprint networks – the third and fourth most popular networks in the United States. If the merger goes through, the combined networks will be known as New T-Mobile. Related: Amazon Echo tips and tricksThe Boost network is likely to come on the market because the two major networks have pledged to sell the MVNO in a bid to get their controversial merger past the US Department of Justice. According to previous reports, the network is worth up to $3 billion.According to the report, Amazon is also interested in picking up any of that valuable wireless spectrum that might be divested as a result of the merger. Due to the opposition to the potential merger, that spectrum may be up for grabs as a means of getting the merger through.If Amazon were to acquire access to mobile spectrum or own an MVNO, it might enable the firm to boost the connectivity offered by its Alexa-powered speakers. Currently, if the speakers are taken outside of mobile network range, they’re less functional than those within the house.However, if Amazon was able to offer users cellular connectivity with Echo speakers, then it might boost sales and give Amazon access to all that valuable data while Alexa users are hanging out in the park. Either way, it appears the company has designs on expanding the reach of its devices. We’d also like to send you special offers and news just by email from other carefully selected companies we think you might like. Your personal details will not be shared with those companies – we send the emails and you can unsubscribe at any time. Please tick here if you are happy to receive these messages.By submitting your information, you agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy & Cookies Policy. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.last_img read more

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