- Jul 15, 2006
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NIMBY alert. LOL.
Train tracks ran under it. It was a giant rail yard.Sorry to bump up this thread to ask a question, but does anyone know the history of why Summer St is elevated through the Seaport? The bridge over A Street appears to be quite old, so I'm guessing it predated the recent developments there.
The top 4 are ... interesting.
Amazing how few skyscrapers there are on the list- I guess we don't have much to choose from in terms of architectural merit. Anyways, I wouldn't say it's fair to rank such a widely-despised building at no. 1 (or to stick 500 Boylston at 24 either), but a very interesting list nonetheless.
Dear sweet Jesus... after reading that, yep, I'm gonna go there: