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    Harriet Tubman House | 566 Columbus Avenue | South End

    The disrespectable version, with it's 21st century bells and whistles paid better homage to the South End's 19th century bells and whistles than the current version does, which has been made so generic it now falls into the "could be anywhere" category. It will turn out well enough but will not...
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    Harriet Tubman House | 566 Columbus Avenue | South End

    The balconies have been removed. The top floor decorative rail, the silver panels, and the angled corner windows are gone too. It's pretty much lost everything that gave it personality and individuality.
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    CambridgeSide Galleria Reno/Redev | First Street | East Cambridge

    This has evolved nicely from a too-red dullard to something a bit more stylish. And the roof mechs look articulated / integrated rather than the usual unconsidered afterthought.
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    West Cambridge / Alewife Area Infill & Small Developments

    55 Wheeler, The Laurent https://www.cambridgema.gov/~/media/Files/CDD/ZoningDevel/SpecialPermits/sp330/sp330_app_graphics1.pdf?la=en
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    West Cambridge / Alewife Area Infill & Small Developments

    The Brook 11 trees have been crammed into this tiny triangle of open space, the fight for light and room to grow will be fierce. 3 would have been plenty.
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    West Cambridge / Alewife Area Infill & Small Developments

    605 Concord at last. The long-closed Bank of America branch has just been demolished. Renderings are from 2016 so may not be final version.
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    Watertown Mall Redevelopment | 550 Arsenal Street | Watertown

    Underwhelming, too much open space. Can be easily reconfigured (with a variance if need be) to fit another building. This is Watertown's evolving Biotechnology Golden Mile, so maximize it. The rest of the town can do the sleepy suburb thing.
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    Allston Yards (Stop and Shop) | 60 Everett St | Allston

    Right, that is what's being done. The life science construction (on the site of the soon to be demolished Home Goods) and the construction of the new Stop&Shop (across the street) will occur simultaneously. Old S&S will then come down after new S&S opens.

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