The Sudbury (Bulfinch Crossing Residential Tower) | 50 Sudbury St | GCG Phase I | Gov't Center

Gunner02

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I've been reading AB for almost a decade, so it's an honor to join the party. I walk by this everyday and I'm still in awe at the footprint and presence it has. It feels much bigger than it is.
 

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^^Aspect ratio goes a long way.
Moxy looks taller than the Seaport.
But it's only about 10' taller than the Benjamin.
From just the right perspective,
1 Dalton looks a bit taller than the Pru.
 

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DZH posted:
From 10/1

IMG_5873 by David Z, on Flickr


This angle is really great. :)

In a few years....
1. clear day
2. late summer foliage
3. The 6 West End Towers up + Winthrop Square + SST....
4. same location
5. ~700-1000' up in a drone/high res still cam
to enhance the depth/layers, East Cambridge etc

THAT will be something!!
 
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At least it's named after a street that's named after a town in MA that's named after a town in England. Instead of being named after some marketing VP's brain-fart of the day.
George -- Not too surprising as it is located on "New Sudbury St. -- kind of like One Dalton, 200 Clarendon, One Marina Park Dr., -- actually quite a few buildings named after the street address -- I guess the clever part was not including New in the name
 

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