Noteworthy news about New England Development and our diverse portfolio of properties

Media coverage of New England Development’s many projects keeps businesses, partners, communities, and customers informed of NED’s accomplishments, accolades, and community activities.

News organizations across the country are sharing the excitement of New England Development's new projects, new retailers, and new shopping and dining opportunities.  

This is but a small sampling of the news coverage garnered by New England Development and our family of companies. A curated selection, below, provides a glimpse into articles and television coverage being published about our projects, people, and partnerships.

April 5 2022
In the news

CambridgeSide Announces Volta Charging Stations Installation

CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS (April 5, 2022) – CambridgeSide ( has announced the installation of Volta charging stations at the center. Volta Inc. (NYSE: VLTA) is an industry-leading, global electric vehicle (“EV”) charging network, powering vehicles and commerce, and is now providing even more charging locations at CambridgeSide. You can find Volta charging stations on Levels G1, G2, and G3 of the CambridgeSide parking garage.

March 25 2022
In the news

Asheville Outlets to Host Kid’s Day and Summer Camp Expo with Give to the Music

ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA (March 2022) - Asheville Outlets will host a Kid’s Day and Summer Camp Expo with Give to the Music on Saturday, April 9, 2022, from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. The expo will give parents and campers the opportunity to meet representatives from a variety of area camps, including traditional overnight, sports, arts, day, academic and more. The event is free and open to the public and provides lots of fun activities for kids. Booths will be located throughout the center.

February 23 2022
In the news

Kiehl’s opens second location with 3Sixty Duty Free at Philadelphia International Airport

L’Oréal-owned skincare brand Kiehl’s has opened its second store at Philadelphia International Airport, in partnership with 3Sixty Duty Free. The latest outlet is located in the D/E connector; the original shop is in Terminal F. Kiehl’s joins the 120-plus retail and dining units that are currently trading as part of the PHL Food & Shops programme.

February 18 2022
In the news


PHILADELPHIA — Feb. 16, 2022 — MarketPlace PHL, the management company for PHL Food & Shops, the award-winning concessions program at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), is pleased to announce the hiring of Emily Nichols as the Assistant General Manager for MarketPlace PHL.

Nichols will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of more than 170 stores, restaurants and services at the Philadelphia International Airport while working alongside the Vice President and General Manager of MarketPlace PHL.

August 27 2021
In the news

A Brockton business started selling dolls online. Now, it's opening its first store.

BROCKTON —  Widline Pyrame started her business, Fusion Dolls, selling multicultural dolls with Black and brown skin and textured hair online after she was laid off from her job during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2019.


The goal of Fusion Dolls has been to represent children through dolls, which is something she recognized the importance of by studying social work and working with children.


June 16 2021
In the news


The new LifeWTR Lounge - the first of its kind anywhere - is now open at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), providing airport guests with a space to recharge with beverages, snacks and exclusive artistic content.

May 17 2021
In the news

MarketPlace PHL Food & Shops Hosts Job Fair

PHILADELPHIA — May 12, 2021 — Job seekers in the Philadelphia area can join MarketPlace PHL, the management company for PHL Food & Shops, the award-winning concessions program at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) on Tuesday, May 25, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to learn more about immediate and upcoming openings at PHL.

April 26 2021
In the news

New White Elephant exudes Palm Beach style

Travel Weekly | Written By Tom Stieghorst, March 20, 2021

If there's nothing like being in Florida in March, there's really nothing like spending your March vacation in Palm Beach.

The third month brings the best weather of the year to Florida. The breezes are soft, and the sun's angle is just the thing to make your cares fade away. Once here, there's no finer spot to enjoy a break from a long northern winter than the tony island of Palm Beach. 

November 25 2020
In the news

Logan now offers COVID-19 tests for passengers

by Christopher Muther | Globe Staff
Updated November 23, 2020, 12:32 p.m.

As people return to airports for holiday travel in numbers not seen since the beginning of the pandemic, passengers now have the option of getting a COVID-19 test in the international arrivals area of Terminal E at Logan. Previously, testing at Logan was limited to airline employees.

October 29 2020
In the news

XpresCheck opens COVID-19 testing facility at Boston Logan International

by Mark Lanemark
Source: ©The Moodie Davitt Report | October 28, 2020

XpresSpa Group’s new XpresCheck COVID-19 testing facility is now open to Boston Logan International Airport employees and will be fully operational for passengers by mid-November.

Introduced via MarketPlace Logan –­ an affiliate of Boston-based New England Development and manager of the Boston Logan Concessions Program – the facility is located in the International Arrival area in Terminal E (pre-security), with seven separate testing rooms.

October 7 2020
In the news

One of Nantucket's Hotels Is Dedicating Luxury Suites to Historic Women

September 16, 2020 
Written By Ellie Nan Storck | Departures

A stay at the Jared Coffin House is, simply put, something any history buff visiting Nantucket should experience. The hallways of this charming mansion-turned-hotel buzz with stories of whaling town yore, and the elegant decor is a nod to those who made the island what it is today. 

July 9 2020
In the news

Tuscan Sea Grill opens Monday on Newburyport's waterfront


NEWBURYPORT – Months of anticipation over the opening of the city’s newest waterfront restaurant is expected to end Monday when Tuscan Sea Grill opens its doors.

Part of the Tuscan Brands family, Tuscan Sea Grill is owned by Lawrence native Joe Faro and is located at 54 Merrimac St., former home of the Black Cow Tap & Grill.

“We can’t wait to bring Tuscan Brands to another part of the Merrimack Valley,” said Faro, Tuscan Brands’ CEO, in a statement. “This restaurant will be a new concept for us, curated just for Newburyport.”

June 9 2020
In the news

Newburyport Retailers Begin Reopening June 8


Retailers in downtown Newburyport will open their doors beginning on Monday, June 8. Many boutiques including Bobbles & Lace, Lively Kids, M.K. Benatti Jewelers, Nauti Pearl, and Valerie’s Gallery will reopen and are also offering curbside pickup and local delivery.

June 1 2020
In the news

Submissions sought for online art exhibit

The Daily News of Newburyport | May 31, 2020

NEWBURYPORT — Newburyport Development is calling on local artists to submit a photograph of their artwork to be included in a virtual exhibition, “#HappyDistraction.”

Submissions may include paintings, photographs, drawings and sculptures. Artists can submit an Instagram-ready photograph with a one-sentence description, representing moments of hope, light and color during this difficult time.

May 12 2020
In the news

Palm Beach Outlets and more reopen with new preventative measures

WPTV5 | Arthur Mondale

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Palm Beach County mayor Dave Kerner said the county is prepared to move forward in its economic recovery plan with a safe, smart, step-by-step plan that includes reopening malls, retail stores and other commercial businesses.

Phase one limits retail stores to operate at 25 percent of indoor capacity and stores noticeably want customers to comfortably return.

April 29 2020
In the news

Arkansas Foodbank distribution event runs out of food early because of demand

CNN | By Theresa Waldorp | April 28 & 29, 2020

(CNN) -- The Arkansas Foodbank planned to hand out food for four hours on Tuesday, but the demand was so high that all the food was gone within an hour and a half, the charity said.

Cars lined up at the Outlets of Little Rock mall, which hosted the event, as early as 5:30 a.m., when the food bank's workers arrived to unload the trucks, Arkansas Foodbank CEO Rhonda Sanders said.