Esplanade Associaton    

Social Impact Profile ™

Areas of Impact:
Environment

The Esplanade Association (TEA) works to restore and enhance Boston’s Charles River Esplanade in a number of different ways: by preserving the historical vision and integrity of the Esplanade, by improving the Esplanade’s physical facilities, landscape and adjacent waterways, and by enhancing the Esplanade’s cultural, educational and recreational programs. Our vision is to build bridge to the metropolitan Boston community by supporting outreach, facilitating volunteer opportunities, and encouraging responsible use of the Esplanade.

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    Party was hot, hot, hot for the Esplanade

    Friends who love to party for-a-cause were on hand November 4th to celebrate The Esplanade Association’s achievements and ten years of efforts to restore and enhance the historic Charles River Esplanade. Proceeds from the Tenth Anniversary and Night Owls Party fundraiser will help make the Esplanade greener and healthier and help restore important features of the park. Held at the Royal Sonesta Hotel, with panoramic views of the Esplanade, the Miami Beach-styled dance party, with white dance floor, DJ, Go Go Dancers and hot tunes, helped the crowd Read More

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    Esplanade's Eliot Memorial revitalization continues

    The Esplanade Association (TEA) in partnership with the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is working to re-landscape, reprogram and revitalize the Boston Esplanade’s Charles Eliot Memorial, the area between Community Boating, Inc. (CBI) and Commissioner’s Landing. TEA and DCR have selected Halvorson Design Partnership as the lead consultant to move forward with this project. Representatives from the Beacon Hill Garden Club, Boston Preservation Alliance, Community Boating, Inc. and the Union Boat Club have served as advisors on the project. Read More