lol...I knew I’d regret that...international are not glass, and Huntington is too short to stand out/make an impact.Yes, critical centerpiece for the "insta-skyline" that has developed north of Government Center.
1 International Place, 2 International Place, 111 Huntington...
111 Huntington is still the city's 10th tallest. It just happens to be wedged between the 2nd and 3rd tallest. It's only a little shorter than this one, which gains a lot of its height from the taller fin at the top. I'm actually very curious how large this one ends up, since early diagrams showed it could easily be over 620' but latest FAA only has the highest point at 601' (other points 573' and 4 at 557').lol...I knew I’d regret that...international are not glass, and Huntington is too short to stand out/make an impact.
You know when you think about it, Boston really is a city that has all these different angles and perspectives. Yea to fully notice it you have to be fairly familiar with its profile. But Houston, ATL, LA, and many more look fairly similar from any angle. Boston between it’s T shaped skyline, curved water ways and coast is constantly changing its profile. There are almost no straight lines and forget about North east west south. Even the Hancock looks way different from Mass Ave in Central Sq.