Those aren't the current design. The revised version is the 1960s office park Stick posted on the prior page.
I was speaking architecturally. Urbanistically, you're right. Either way, it's a big downgrade from the prior version.No surface parking.
Programmable green space.
Activated ground floor that knit the urban fabric.
Please show me a single 1960's office park that looks like this.
well, 93 is in the way but this will definitely fill the gap between East Somerville and the Assembly T station.I was speaking architecturally. Urbanistically, you're right. Either way, it's a big downgrade from the prior version.
Also, "knit the urban fabric"? In Assembly? What fabric?
Yeah, those two look like they're new.To be fair the top 3 renders are old and Ive posted them before, but the bottom 2 are ones Ive never seen before and appear to fit the new layout of the site. Not sure why they would mix old and new but it appears they did.
2 angled mid ride buildings blocking the highway with the large green space at the base. It matches up. Plus theyre new and dont fit the old site plan.
Building... or Burger?Hmm... it seems that Mass General Brigham has come up with a blah logo to match its blah name. I get that it's a representation of the MGH Bulfinch Building, but no one thinks of that building when they think of MGH. It looks more like a pictographic label: "this is a building".