Saturday, March 7, 2015

Wine Gallery Opens in Historic Hayden Building; A market indicator of successful business district revitalization


The Wine Gallery recently opened its third retail outlet in HBI’s Hayden Building at 681 Washington Street located in the Chinatown-Theater District area of Boston. It is a boutique wine and spirits shop that strives to have something for everyone. They specialize in eclectic and rare wines to fit any budget. They have a heavy emphasis in local craft beers from Harpoon and Sam Adams to the tiniest of nano-breweries like Brewmaster Jack and Cody Brewing and they carry products from every distillery in Massachusetts as well as small batch spirits from around the world.

The Hayden Building, once a feature of the “Combat Zone” of Boston, was redeveloped by HBI and opened in 2013. Recent and on-going development in the district is adding a considerable number of new housing units to the area which speaks to the significant turnaround of the neighborhood and creates the market needed to support businesses like The Wine Gallery. HBI spoke with Proprietor Igor Ostrovsky recently after opening the store who said, “We are very excited to join the neighborhood and look forward to providing great selection and service to the community for many years to come.”

The Wine Gallery is a great addition to this transforming urban neighborhood of Boston and HBI is pleased to have been a part of helping to steward this new business into a revitalized urban business district.

Please join us in welcoming Igor and The Wine Gallery to the Chinatown-Theater District of Boston. Stay tuned for his official grand opening. But in the meantime, stop in the store and check them out, and follow their website for special events to come.

Readmore about the rediscovery of the Hayden Building – H.H. Richardson’s last remaining commercial building in Boston.




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