The Boston area is in the midst of a major building boom—and such great architecture, too! (Though it’s anyone’s guess whether all this new construction—much of it of housing—will do much to bring down prices and rents in the near-term.)
There are those multi-building projects such as Hood Park in Charlestown, the Hub on Causeway in the West End, and the Kendall Square Initiative in—where else?—Kendall Square. And all those conversions of all those conventional garages, too.
Which of these many, many projects are you most excited about and why? Or, to play contrarian, which are you dreading and why? Every addition, after all, adds that many more commuters to this or that T line, or to this or that roadway.
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- Major Boston development: 9 projects transforming the city [Curbed Boston]
- The Boston area’s most interesting building designs: An explainer [Curbed Boston]
- Boston’s housing-construction effort: Is it already too? [Curbed Boston]
- Charlestown’s Hood Park development proposal adds 200 housing units [Curbed Boston] Boston]
- North Station: Mapping the big projects around the transportation hub [Curbed Boston]
- M.I.T.’s Kendall Square project—the latest one—gets officially underway [Curbed Boston]
- Boston parking garages are becoming a thing of the city’s past [Curbed Boston]
- Winthrop Square tower, destined to be one of Boston’s tallest, is a go [Curbed Boston]
- Old Boston Globe headquarters on its way to rivaling Kendall Square [Curbed Boston]