I assume that the city's public works department is going to manage the project but have they not had much of a public process?The demo wrapped up at 98 Washington, and they took down the temporary fire station, so now the site is empty. And now we wait.
Fingers crossed they go with something taller than their initial concept. Plenty of room on that site for some street facing single story retail or food or something, with the actual use tucked behind and above. Especially with the T coming in right around the corner and the existing food options (Buddys, Michaels, Oliverias) and the first story retail slot in the 105 washington and 103 washington developments, that block could start to come alive. Hope they don't squash the potential with a giant parking lot in the front of the site (they're totally going too).