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    Kindred Hospital Site Redevelopment | 1515 Commonwealth Ave. | Brighton

    :mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:
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    Kindred Hospital Site Redevelopment | 1515 Commonwealth Ave. | Brighton

    The shadow police must have been called.
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    Kindred Hospital Site Redevelopment | 1515 Commonwealth Ave. | Brighton

    The Green Line train in the BPDA schematic looks like a cross between a PCC and an old European tram.
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    Northeastern University - Institutional Master Plan

    The trailers across Columbus, I wonder if they are the construction headquarters for the EXP contractors?
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    Wentworth Dorm | 630 Huntington Ave | Fenway

    That attachment you posted is referring to enrolment overall in the Northeast, not Wentworth. As Northeastern and BU become even more selective Wentworth will continue to benefit from students who didn't make the cut there.
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    Wentworth Dorm | 630 Huntington Ave | Fenway

    As a STEM school Wentworth is well positioned to survive. As opposed to a school that trained pre-school teachers and social workers e.g. Wheelock.
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    Simmons University Living and Learning Center | 300 Fenway | Longwood

    https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/02/19/metro/ratings-agency-warns-simmons-about-debt/ "The $77 million bond sale will allow Simmons to move and upgrade its science center, a project that is expected to be complete in the fall of 2022, Drinan said. Eventually, Simmons plans to raze the current...
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    Northeastern University - Institutional Master Plan

    835 Columbus is the Renaissance garage. Maybe work will be done on it for suicide prevention. Do you mean the fencing is around the site of the EXP?
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    Northeastern University - Institutional Master Plan

    Northeastern has a ten year lease on the Forsyth Institute with about 5 years remaining.
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    Northeastern University - Institutional Master Plan

    According to this article Marcus Partners did an extensive restoration of the building since acquiring it from the CSChurch. https://www.bldup.com/posts/northeastern-acquires-building-for-22-million "Before selling the property, Marcus Partners completed an extensive capital program that fully...
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    Northeastern University - Institutional Master Plan

    So the CSC will demolish its "Sunday School Building" next to the Hort?
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    Northeastern University - Institutional Master Plan

    That is part of the College of Professional Studies and is used for executive education.
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    The New Retail Thread

    And some wonder why Downtown Crossing retail is anemic. https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/02/13/metro/youth-destroy-merchandise-pull-out-stun-gun-mace-downtown-crossing-macys/
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    Northeastern University - Institutional Master Plan

    The few offices they have in CSC???? Northeastern occupies all of the Colonnade Building (which they renamed Belvedere Hall), all of Building B and a half dozen floors in the Administration Tower.
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    Northeastern University - Institutional Master Plan

    But the CSChurch still owns the land under many of the buildings in the area e.g. that new condo tower with the plywood windows (whatever it's called).
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    Northeastern University - Institutional Master Plan

    Pretty sure they will. Hopefully restore/freshen up the exterior. Never been in there. Are there large open spaces inside? Northeastern needs more performance areas.
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    Northeastern University - Institutional Master Plan

    Northeastern has purchased Horticulture Hall! https://news.northeastern.edu/2020/02/13/northeastern-acquires-bostons-horticulture-hall-plans-innovation-hub/ It doesn't mention if the CSC still owns the land.
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    Chelsea Infill and Small Developments

    In case anyone is wondering why the building at 460 Broadway has the name "Freeman building" carved near the roofline, it was the home of Freeman's Drug Store back in the 1950's and 1960's.
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    Leggat McCall | BHA Bunker Hill | Charlestown

    I wonder what percentage of the cost of projects like this is to fund "studies"?

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