Still the same building. Altered in the late 80's to be lab space and a drug store on the first floor. The Mobil to the left is Tasty Burger now. This is the corner of Jersey and Boylston.
And even the "before" photo above shows a pretty-clearly remodeled building from the 20s or 30s. Filled in the old multi-pane windows and who knows what lurks behind that sheet metal cap...
First time I have noticed that the Dorchester Yacht Club used to support an oil tank.Savin hill historic head house from 1927, looks exactly like the shawmut head house that is still there today.
The even older head house from 1923.
Cool pic. I'm thankful someone leaned out of the the Hoffman Building to get this shot. I've never seen a before from that angle.
Interesting to note that this North Station demolition was happening at the same time the old Central Artery elevated highway was being dismantled, and the new Big Dig highway tunnel being built. I can see this because the Green Line, as it curves onto Causeway Street, is on the temporary elevated structure with the bright green steel framing built during the Big Dig project.
Taken from the roof.Cool pic. I'm thankful someone leaned out of the the Hoffman Building to get this shot. I've never seen a before from that angle.
More evidence of our sick love affair with unbridled mobility: Gotta love how we ripped down the city to give everyone at-grade parking in the remnants of the city.
billboardtenement building should be ripped down to make way a real, safer intersection. We keep it like we're trying to reassure ourselves that we didn't completely eliminate an entire neighborhood species. Like if we keep a breeding pair for a conservation program, tenements will run free in the wild once again. It's the architectural equivalent of a thylacine (which would much cooler to see than that brick pimple).