Tag Archive for EDIC

The Lynn Ferry is Back – Service Begins June 20th

6/8/17 This press release was shared on Senator Tom McGee and Representative Brendan Crighton’s facebook accounts minutes ago, it says of the Lynn Ferry – “Ferry Service will be offered this summer between Lynn and Boston” “Funding from MassDOT Enables Service to Begin Tuesday, June 20th” Press release below video –     Boston, MA–…

Visions of Lynn at the Museum

4/19/17 In the current exhibit in the downstairs gallery of the Lynn Museum, advanced architecture students from around the globe re-envision the potential of Lynn’s waterfront with rising sea levels in mind. “The studio considered the city of Lynn, Massachusetts as a case study, focusing on applying resilient strategies to the redevelopment of the city’s underutilized…

It’s Lynn Restaurant Week

Happy eating! There’s a lot to scroll through, but it’s worth it. First, restaurants participating via the North Shore Latino Business Association – Business Name Address Telephone Web-site Pollo Royal 115 Commercial St. Lynn MA   781-780-9954 www.polloroyal.com A purchase of $25 a Free order of Taquitos, small chicken salad and Pico de Gallo CM…

Photos from Friday’s Blues Cruise on the Lynn Ferry

On Friday, July 24th, the Downtown Lynn Cultural District and Lynn Museum/LynnArts organized a sunset cruise during the last evening run of the Lynn Commuter Ferry. EDIC and Boston Harbor Cruises collaborated to make it free. Over 200 people were in attendance. Following the cruise, some of those folks went to the after-party at Cafe…

City leaders want to help you open a business

From Councilor-at-Large Hong Net – “It is my pleasure to invite you to attend a business event that commences on Tuesday, March 3, 2015. The event will take place at the Lynn City Hall starting at 6:00 pm. For those interested in creating a new business in the City of Lynn, attendance is encouraged! I…

A peek inside 33 Central Square

The Downtown Lynn Cultural District in cooperation with Lynn Housing and Neighborhood Development and EDIC opened the doors to 33 Central Square on Friday, February 6th for mid-construction walk-throughs. 33 Central is also known as the old Arnold Stationery Building. Its last owner wasn’t able to afford the expense of keeping it from falling down,…

Downtown Lynn Traffic Study Presentation

On February 25, 2014, representatives from VHB (Vanasse, Hangen & Brustlin) presented the results of a new traffic study on the downtown area to the City Council during a session known as “Committee of the Whole.” See the VHB Circulation Study in PDF form. Also, in 2005 Beta Group, Inc. conducted a downtown traffic study.…