I just wonder if the opaque glassification of so many buildings is losing its novelty also. It's great as a changeup, and I like it here - because it IS a changeup in Post Office Square - but in areas where these things are virtually next to each other (cough...cough... Seaport and Raffles/Hancock) it tends to "anonymize" neighborhoods.Thanks for the great photos posted today, kz.
Man, if there's one project in this city that I wish would just hurry up and be done, it's this one. From one of my frequent vantage points, it looks like a giant chunk of the 1980s is floating in Boston. That lost its novelty about 3 months ago.