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MIKE!!!!!!! THE BOSTON UPDATES>>>AMAZING!!!! Keep it up!
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I like it. Love the color and the mix of glass and brick. It has that industrial look without actually being industrial in behavior. Good to see Boston back on SSP with some new projects. Keep it up with the updates.
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very nice looking building! loving it...
it reminds me to the red apple in rotterdam tho..
     
     
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If boston got a real skyscraper i would be amazed
     
     
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^ That's deep, NDPhilly.

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Excellent pics. In about 3 to 5 more floors, I'll be able to see it from my roofdeck. The Bryant construction is currently blocking the view.
     
     
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facade going up at the southwest corner











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Woooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love it. Love it. Love it. The facade is quality. Boston is very exciting, I can't wait to go back.
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One from the Longfellow Bridge:



A couple from the Back Bay.. this area feels a lot like Midtown Manhattan.





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This masonry is TOPS! Great job Boston. I wish we could get more hand laid stone on condos in Chicago.
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Interesting building and nice pics.

I've always found Boston to be a visually exciting city.
     
     
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Dayum...let's get some more updates.
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how tall is the tall building next to it?
nice pix btw... cheers... i like this building..
     
     
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Thankfully, this is going up in the 'Hancock/Prudential' section of central Boston - an area that is more sparsely populated by skyscrapers than downtown but, oddly, has New England's (let alone Boston's) two tallest buildings. Since there are relatively few highrises compared to downtown proper, this building will - for the time being - make a notable change to the skyline of otherwise woebegone Boston.
     
     
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