Join us for a one of a kind experience as we launch the One Waterfront Initiative. You will enjoy cocktails, dinner, entertainment and dancing at this special Boston waterfront venue.
As The Trustees' Boston presence has expanded in the last decade, we have become increasingly aware of the opportunities for positive change along the City's waterfront as well as the critical issues that threaten its world-class reputation, including a lack of quality open space, equitable access to the harbor, signature beauty or waterfront identity, solutions to address vulnerabilities to major weather events, or a cohesive city-sponsored waterfront vision or plan.
Our response to these opportunities and challenges is The Trustees One Waterfront Initiative, which advances a bold vision for iconic, public open space on the Boston waterfront. Our goal is to contribute to the City's quality of life by creating and managing a significant park or parks that serve as a premier destination and increase our stature as a city on the coast, support diverse community need and accessibility, advance Boston's climate resiliency goals and create open space that is financially sustainable. Like projects such as the High Line in New York City and Millennium Park in Chicago, we aim to attract and serve the whole city at these sites-residents and visitors from across Boston and beyond-and to captivate the world with these stunning and unique spaces along the water.
Individual Ticket: $500/person
Includes admission to the after party.
After Party Ticket: $100/person
Admits one guest to enjoy drink, dessert and entertainment between 8-10PM.
Parking and Public Transportation:
There are several public parking facilities around the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion.
To get to the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion by public transport, make your way to the South Station via either the MBTA subway, commuter rail, or bus.
From the South Station you can connect with the MBTA Silver Line Waterfront (one level above the Red Line, one level below the food court) to Silver Line Way.
You will see then see Blue Hills Bank Pavilion which is a short walk from this stop.