Looks like you can get it at the BPDA website: http://www.bostonplans.org/getattachment/b87de2ff-5b63-4110-a64c-07824418cad7Speaking of which, does anyone by chance have a copy of
The South Bay Planning Study, Phase I Report
from 2004? This was a joint publication by the BRA (sic) and Massachusetts Turnpike Authority (sic).
I found 10 pages of it (out of 69 pages, I think?) on one guy's website but can't find the whole thing. https://www.daveseeley.com/p673210251
any updates??Whoa, these guys seem to have stepped on the gas pedal.
....it may be starting....
Aug 16,That'll be the day.
Any news?This article says construction begins in October. But it also does not show the construction tram in a positive/competent light.
I don't think anything ever came of it (unfortunately) but it was this. https://archboston.com/community/threads/residential-tower-26-court-st-government-center.5671/ok, odds are nobody will know what i'm talking about, but i spent a while digging through old posts and i can't find anything on this, so here goes: a few years ago, there was a proposal -- maybe just a "concept," rather than any serious thing -- for a relatively tall (700 feet?) tower on the court street side of governmet center.
anyone remember what i'm referring to and, if so, any updates?
15 Harrison was just a trial balloon. There was never a formal proposal.Anyone know what happened to these 2 proposals in Chinatown?
1. 15 Harrison Avenue (hotel) 26 stories 325'
2. 73 Essex St/Chinatown (hotel) 17 stories 235'
weird how stuff just sorta disappears.
Not a lot going on.Has any of the ground floor of Quaker Lane in the financial district been completed?
I haven't heard anything on that project in a long time.
Thanks for the link to the cam.
True. But that one's gonna be in the courts a few years.Huh? Did you get your garages confused? I thought you were perpetually raging against the HARBOR garage...
I always wondered who ran this site, at least the boston version. It seems like it'd be someone who would be on here or at least lurk. Also, I dont understand who would pay for that site, seems sillyhttps://www.bldup.com/posts/building-permit-pulled-for-haymarket-hotel @ The Haymarket Hotel Inquiry
Oh. This was a photo request. That's kind of presumptuous on other people, but okay.