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Old Posted Jun 18, 2018, 12:20 PM
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Old Posted Feb 28, 2019, 8:47 PM
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New to this site noticed the status for the Boston Skyscraper Diagram page have not been updated recently.
Pierce Boston has been completed 2118.
Longfellow Place is under construction
One Congress Street Tower 1 is under construction
The Hub on Causeway Office Tower is under construction
Winthrop Square Tower is under construction
How do we get them updated?
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Old Posted Mar 1, 2019, 5:56 AM
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In Boston for the first time, such a lovely city. It’s cold but the city is so pretty and so walkable!!
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Old Posted Mar 16, 2019, 1:47 AM
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Some of my recent photos of the new Four Seasons Tower (1 Dalton)
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My recent photos of the Residence Tower at The Hub on Causeway Complex.
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A couple of updates from my visit to Mass General earlier this week. All pics are from Tuesday:

Hub on Causeway
Residential Tower from the I-93 exit. There's also another residential tower under construction across Lomansey Way near that exit that I couldn't get a shot from the car. It's in the underground construction phase, and the lot is pretty large.


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Residential tower looking east along Cambridge Street from the hospital. Don't know the exact location, but appears to be between Government Center and the Financial District.


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And a bonus from downtown Haverhill at the end of the commuter line. Getting a nice little modern 10(ish)-story condo tower along the Merrimac River. Appears to be the tallest in this reviving downtown district.


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Old Posted Oct 10, 2019, 3:11 PM
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Boston development moguls fighting over failed Back Bay condo project

https://www.bostonglobe.com/business...HP_TrendingBar

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Two of the biggest names in Boston’s development world are heading to court in an ugly falling-out over a posh Back Bay condo project that could have put a portion of their personal fortunes on the line.

Construction magnate John Fish is suing Stephen Weiner, who developed the Mandarin Oriental hotel and major suburban shopping centers, saying Weiner cost him tens of millions of dollars when he scuttled an $800 million-plus tower the pair had planned to build on Boylston Street, just days before it was set to break ground.

A decade in planning, the 484-foot-tall tower would have revived a windy, forlorn corner of Back Bay near the Hynes Convention Center and featured some of Boston’s most expensive condos.

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