- May 6, 2007
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I totally agree but as with Melnea Cass, Rutherford is hamstrung by the DOT which is historically anti-urban. These are roads that need a complete rethinking which is outside of what these developers can do. This here is a great modern office park but it'll only be that unless the urban fabric is corrected.I really hate how the buildings seem to turn their back to Rutherford Ave. The City and the Charlestown neighbors really want Rutherford Ave to become much more of a main street rather than a pseudo-highway.
https://www.bostonglobe.com/business/2019/03/15/office-tower-for-hood-milk-plant-site-charlestown/sEKHgFiP4LLea8aR78BkEM/story.html“We’re very excited about it,” said Larry Weiner, head of global real estate for Indigo Ag, which has about 400 employees in Charlestown and last year raised $250 million to fund continued expansion.”We’re growing very quickly, and we need someplace to go.”
There's no residential component to that building, so the parking garage is the only part of it that supports the "Live" goal of the overall site plan. I think. People living elsewhere on the site would rent parking there.912 parking spaces = live?
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