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Back bay development plan, 1967 1 edition

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Back bay development plan, 1967.

Published 1967 .
Written in English.

About the Book

...a proposed ten year development/growth policy urban renewal plan for Boston's Back Bay neighborhood; provides history leading to the plan and describes current problems; makes recomemdnations for the following: Copley Square, Boylston Street, Stuart and St. James area, Beacon Street-Commonwealth Avenue area, Prudential Center, Christian Science Church development, Park Square area and St. Botolph Street neighborhood; discusses: costs, public enterprise, public controls (architectural controls, signs, beautification, code enforcement and zoning), community/citizen participation, general conditions and trends, institutional conditions and trends, commercial areas, office areas, a development plan for the Back Bay, transportation and circulation, residential areas, housing, private and public investment, etc.; copies of this item were in the BRA collection...

The Physical Object

Pagination
iii, 79 p. + separate summary; illus., maps
Number of pages
79

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL23418401M
Internet Archive
backbaydevelopme00adam

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