I was thinking we could have Fairfield County in CT pay for this one.Is Mexico going to pay for this wall too?
With all the oddball, white elephant buildings in GC, this is probably the one place in Boston where a tower of this type wouldn't look out of place.
Anyone's thoughts on this idea?
I was thinking of ways to fill in the space around Gov't Ctr. I'm just curious what people might think of a tower like this.
The sea wall that's probably going to be needed some day
My pipe dream with City Hall/Plaza is to:I'm in what I think to be a minority but I think the way to fix City Hall Plaza is to tear up the brick and add more grass and trees. Then host more events like big shows and call it a day. I have personally enjoyed a number of festivals and events there, including watching the world cup on a huge screen with thousands of other people. I think it's important for cities to retain this kind of public space. The fact that it's a barren wasteland that feels like crossing a desert in the summer or the tundra in the winter can be fixed. We can never get it back if we build over it.
And the seawall, eh. As long as it's a green sponge and not concrete then knock yourself out.