Faneuil Hall

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Faneuil Hall

(făn`əl, făn`yəl), public market and hall in Boston, Mass. Given to the city by the merchant Peter Faneuil in 1742, the building burned in 1761 but was rebuilt. The scene of Revolutionary meetings, it became known as "the cradle of liberty." Charles Bulfinch enlarged the hall in 1806. The building is still in use as market, meeting hall, and museum.
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Some of the soldiers were lodged in Faneuil Hall, which the inhabitants looked upon as a consecrated place, because it had been the scene of a great many meetings in favor of liberty.
Faneuil plans to consolidate the RDI business under Faneuil's corporate umbrella.
This 420,000-square-foot mixed-use project will feature up to 210 residential condominium units on top of the existing Dock Square Parking Garage, along with a roof top amenity deck overlooking the Boston Harbor and Historic Faneuil Hall and new and repositioned retail at the ground level.Fortis plans a six-story vertical addition with residential space on top of the property, as well as the horizontal expansion of the existing structure.
In Boston, Kevin Peterson and his allies have embarked on a similar campaign to change the name of Faneuil Hall, a 277-yearold building that is owned by the city of Boston and is part of Boston National Historical Park.
So, if you know your Red Sox from your Celtics, your Harvard from your MIT and your Fenway Park from your Faneuil Hall you could be one of the lucky people to secure a special fare."
He also played a major role in legal work on Faneuil Hall in Boston, Harborplace in Baltimore, and South Street Seaport in New York City, among many other major projects.
Start with a peek at Boston's two largest Christmas trees, one in Boston Common, founded in 1634, and one at Faneuil Hall Marketplace, which dates to 1742.
They stand in historic downtown Boston between its city hall and Faneuil Hall.
Dating back to the 17th century, the Faneuil Hall is a great location to spend time during the day and enjoy a musical show at night.
The top 20 food halls in America include: The Source--Denver; Union Station--Denver; Krog Street Market--Atlanta; Quincy Market Colonnade at Faneuil Hall--Boston; Pike Place Market --Seattle; Reading Terminal Market --Philadelphia; Revival Food Hall at the National--Chicago; Latinicity Food Hall--Chicago; Original Farmer's Market--Los Angeles; Grand Central Market Los Angeles; Ferry Building--San Francisco; Eataly--New York, Chicago, Boston (coming soon); Los Angeles (coming soon); Midtown Global Market--Minneapolis; The Central Food Hall at Ponce City Market--Atlanta; West Side Market--Cleveland; Union Market--Washington, D.C.; Eastern Market-Washington, D.C.; Liberty Public Market --San Diego; Market on Market--San Francisco; and Market House at the Nashville Fanner's Market--Nashville.
Then on we went past Faneuil Hall - known as the Cradle of Liberty - where the Patriots would meet to rage about British rule and the cost of a cuppa.
In the opening pages, Detective Jake Brogan, grandson of a former Commissioner, one of the city's top homicide cops and Jane's "significant other," and his partner, Paul DeLuca, are following up on a call to 911 about a man's stabbing, in broad daylight at noontime in early June along the "visitor magnet" Freedom Trail, across the street from Faneuil Hall.