The economy has put a damper on many a restaurant development plan, but that hasn’t slowed down real estate developer and restaurateur Kenneth Himmel.Among his recent projects is Post 390, a two-level, 14,000-square-foot “urban tavern” that opened on the site of the Clarendon Back Bay, a luxury condominium facility in Boston, last month. Himmel is president and chief executive of Related Urban, the mixed-use development division of New York-based The Related Cos., which developed the ...
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