If you’ve liked One Greenway’s Facebook page, you’ve seen the One Greenway team participating in Movember, an awareness campaign organized by the Movember Foundation. Since 2003, this program has raised more than $650 million for men’s health issues. As part of our fundraising efforts, our team recently welcomed friends and residents to Suite 1100 for Saturday brunch. Our team provided mimosas and brunch. Guests had a great time posing with moustaches and other props for photos. Residents got to meet their neighbors and brought friends to show what it’s like to live at One Greenway, and we all had fun playing pool on the new table in Suite 1100. It was a great part of the long weekend! Movember may be over, but we’re proud to share that the whole Buzzuto team raised more than $11,000 for men’s health—and looked good doing it! You can still donate at our team
The NFL season is underway and as you probably know, our very own New England Patriots are undefeated. Whether you’re a diehard New England fan, or just want to have an excuse for a quintessentially Boston Sunday Funday, there are plenty of great bars and restaurants a short jaunt from One Greenway to join in on the fun and root for the Patriots. J.J Foley’s: This Boston institution has two locations and both are solid choices for football fans and convenient for One Greenway residents. The South End location offers brunch from 10:30am-1:30pm if you’re looking to watch a 1:00pm game. The Downtown Crossing location has all of the essential game day snacks and offers a tasty pint of Guinness. The Warehouse: Located a short walk up the Rose Kennedy Greenway from One Greenway, there’s not a seat in the house that doesn’t have a prime view of a high-definition
Last week, One Greenway was proud to host the nominees, judges and innovators from across Boston at the 50 on Fire Meetup. The sold-out crowd joined One Greenway residents at Suite 1100, our inviting 11th floor lounge. Guests also enjoyed the outside balcony, taking in views of Boston from high above the bustle of the city below. The party got started with free samples of whiskey from event sponsor Jack Daniel’s. Wanderlush offered a variety of beer and wine, including Stella Artois, which guests sipped as they networked. South Boston’s LOCO Taqueria & Oyster Bar provided oysters and steak appetizers—the ultimate in surf and turf. When guests needed a break, they had the opportunity to tour model units at One Greenway—including the incredible penthouse levels. (Missed the tour during all the fun? You can always contact us!) All of us at One Greenway had an amazing evening with the passionate
Who is setting the Boston scene on fire? BostInno awards the city’s most innovative individuals and ideas with its annual 50 on Fire awards. One Greenway is proud to host the 2015 nominees, judges and other industry leaders for the second official 50 on Fire Meetup on Thursday, October 22 at 6pm. Guests will get a peek into one of the hottest new properties in Boston, a chance to network with professionals from across Boston’s many vibrant sectors, and can enter to win a chance to make their case to the judges that they should be a member of the 2015 class of 50 on Fire. You can buy your tickets for this incredible event here. Residents should feel free to visit a leasing agent for further details. We look forward to seeing you next Thursday!
In 2011, Boston’s bicycle sharing system launched. Hubway offers more than 1,300 bikes at more than 140 stations across Greater Boston, including one located at Chinatown Gate, just steps from One Greenway. From there, you can pedal to dozens of locations in Brookline, Cambridge, Somerville and other spots around the city. Hubway has been hugely popular in its four-year history, with riders racking up a whopping 4.6 million miles worth of rides. Want to give it a go as part of your commute? Here’s what you need to know. It’s meant for short trips. Hubway is meant for commuters to zip from one side of town to the other. If your trip will take longer than 30 minutes, you’ll have to find a station and dock your bike and pick up another. (Don’t forget that if you buy your own bike you can always keep it in One Greenway’s on-site,
We want to help you get to know the One Greenway team! Today, we meet Jessica Ferguson, the Assistant Property Manager at One Greenway. Name: Jessica Ferguson Hometown: Newton, MA What do you love about your job? I love the constant variety. No two days are the same. This has been especially true at One Greenway as we move from being a construction zone to a fully operating residential community. Where’s your favorite place to eat in Boston? I just moved back to the Boston area after being away for about 14 years. Boston has changed so much since I last lived here, so I feel like I am learning and discovering a whole new city. I love to get out and try new restaurants. So far, I think the best one I’ve tried is Row 34. It has a great atmosphere and they make a fantastic crab cake. What’s