Walk into the almost-finished hotel at 40 Berkeley St. in the South End, and the first thing you’ll see is Martin Luther King. Then Clara Barton, John F. Kennedy, and Malcolm X. These once-Bostonians are staring down on the lobby, their images part of a bright street-art-style mural on the upper walls, mixed in with a rippling American flag, the seal of the City of Boston, and an eagle. Straight ahead, back by the stairs, a column is being transformed into a sort of totem pole, festooned with telephones, sewing machines, computer mice, and other things that were invented in Massachusetts.
Making history cool, comfortable - The Revolution, Boston’s newest boutique hotel, will offer a modern take on the city’s past.Published October 02, 2018 in Press
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