Content about Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

July 1, 2013

Swedish children’s wear brand Polarn O. Pyret USA has opened its first Boston-area store at THE STREET in Chestnut Hill, according to WS Development, the center’s developer and owner.

Chestnut Hill, Mass. -- Swedish children’s wear brand Polarn O. Pyret USA has opened its first Boston-area store at THE STREET in Chestnut Hill, according to WS Development, the center’s developer and owner. This is the fifth Polarn O. Pyret (pronounced POH-lahrn oh PEE-rhet and nicknames PO.P) in the U.S. and the fourth on the east coast.

December 3, 2012

To better reflect its transformation into a walkable retail destination that seeks to be the new downtown in the heart of Chestnut Hill, Mass., the Chestnut Hill Shopping Center has been renamed "The Street," owner/manager WS Development announced today.

Chestnut Hill, Mass. - To better reflect its transformation into a walkable retail destination that seeks to be the new downtown in the heart of Chestnut Hill, Mass., the Chestnut Hill Shopping Center has been renamed "The Street," owner/manager WS Development announced today.

With nearly ½ mile of frontage along Route 9, The Street was one of New England's first shopping centers when it opened in 1950. The Street's redevelopment continues to place it at the forefront of retail destinations both locally and beyond.

May 24, 2012

National Amusements said it will open a six-screen Cinema de Lux at the Chestnut Hill Shopping Center in March 2013.

National Amusements said it will open a six-screen Cinema de Lux at the Chestnut Hill Shopping Center in March 2013.

The new theater is designed to deliver a high-luxury experience with a full-service restaurant, premium reserved seating and at-your-seat dining.

“We’re looking forward to bringing an unparalleled movie going and dining experience to Chestnut Hill,” said Shari Redstone, president of National Amusements.