The developer of a proposed 13-story, 31-unit condo tower at 171 Tremont Street in downtown Boston just sold the site to Emerson College, effectively tanking the long-planned and sometimes controversial project.
That got us to thinking: Which other Boston-area projects are likely never to materialize?
The causes of their demise are not really important. Those causes might be concerns about shadows or about added vehicular traffic; or about simple aesthetics; or about something having to do with the welfare of aquatic life.
What really matters is whether these projects are ever going to happen. Well? Sound off in the comments section below.
- Skinny Tower at 171 Tremont Street scrapped as developer sells parcel [Curbed Boston]
- Boston shadows legal change doesn’t mean much to one key state official [Curbed Boston]
- South Boston’s biggest development in ages draw opposition [Curbed Boston]
- Sullivan Courthouse conversion in East Cambridge a go—again [Curbed Boston]
- Boston Harbor Garage tower could hinge on New England Aquarium deal [Curbed Boston]