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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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.
The original Cheers bar is in Beacon Hill but you can visit a newer version back at Faneuil Hall Marketplace. It is an exact replica of the comedy show's set.
Naturally, you can still visit American TV's favourite bar - the original is in Beacon Hill or there's a newer version at Faneuil Hall Marketplace which has an interior built as a replica of the comedy show's sets.
Both Crowley and Sachs began their development careers at The Rouse Co., an organization nationally recognized for its landmark retail centers, such as Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston and Harborplace in Baltimore.
The station was originally envisioned as becoming a beehive of activity, much like Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston, with a wide variety of vendors and tenants.
to lead the office positioning and leasing of the historic Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
James Rouse, famed developer of festival marketplaces, took Reilly for a tour of his first big hit, Boston's Faneuil Hall Marketplace. As they passed the low-revenue fruit, vegetable and flower market that had taken up the entire ground floor of the building, Rouse remarked that big developers were mocking him for ignoring "the bottom line." But Rouse explained what critics missed: "The market is the magnet, it's what draws the crowds."
New York's Ashkenazy Acquisition to take over Boston's historic Faneuil Hall Marketplace in $130M deal [Boston Globe]
The Faneuil Hall Marketplace Holiday Shop and Stay Package is available from November 20 to December 30, 2010 and includes accommodations and a VIP Welcome Packet for rates commencing at USD219.
Shoppers will love Boston's Faneuil Hall Marketplace and the high-end boutiques on Newbury Street.