Boston is perhaps alone amongst America's grandest cities in its sizable reticence toward height (D.C. doesn't count because of that business with the Washington Monument). Witness the continuing kerfuffle over the Boston Harbor Garage redevelopment plans. A waterfront tower of 600 feet? "Madness!," some cry. Yet, here and there, at a pace not seen in perhaps a generation, taller sprouts are popping up around the city. Some are under construction; some are through the looking glass and readying their cranes. Herewith: All of Boston's new residential developments slated to be higher than 300 feet.
· 1350 Boylston and the Battle for Building Boston [Curbed Boston]
· Harbor Towers: 600 Feet High, Are You Crazy? This Is Boston! [Curbed Boston]
· Our Curbed Maps archive [Curbed Boston]
[With research by Marcus Mello]