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Downtown crossing land use and design analysis by Charles G. Hilgenhurst Associates, Inc.

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Carol R. Johnson and Associates, Inc.,
  • Central Business District, Boston (Mass.) -- Planning Studies -- Proposals.,
  • Charles G. Hilgenhurst Associates, Inc.,
  • Downtown Crossing, Boston (Mass.) -- Planning Studies -- Proposed.,
  • Land use -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Downtown -- Planning Studies -- Proposals.,
  • City planning -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Downtown -- Planning Studies -- Proposals.

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About the Edition

...a submission to the Boston Redevelopment Authority concerning the firm"s interest in preparing a land use and urban design analysis study for Boston"s proposed Downtown Crossing; outlines the firm"s approach and includes samples of relevant, related work, resumes of key personnel, etc.; this item was in the BRA collection...

Edition Notes

ContributionsCarol R. Johnson and Associates, Inc
The Physical Object
Pagination4 p. + attachments; illus., photos, maps
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24149259M

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