1965, English, Book edition: Economic study of the proposed government center garage, Boston, Massachusetts. [electronic resource] Samuel Glaser Associates, Architects.

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Physical Description
  • ix, 31 p.; maps, tables
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Economic study of the proposed government center garage, Boston, Massachusetts.
Author
  • Samuel Glaser Associates, Architects.
Other Authors
  • Barton-Aschman Associates.
  • Boston Real Property Dept.
  • Kallmann and McKinnell.
Medium
  • [electronic resource]
Physical Description
  • ix, 31 p.; maps, tables
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Summary
  • ...a market survey/​analysis to determine the economic feasibility of building and operating a proposed 2000 space parking garage in the Government Center urban renewal area of downtown Boston; includes characteristics of the area, a description of the garage, existing parking facilities, and travel characteristics of employees and visitors; anticipates developments in the retail trade area, estimates parking needs and gives projections to 1970 on parking supply; one section discusses non-parking garage uses (bus terminal and business); includes annual revenue and cost estimates (1967 and 1970) as well as construction cost estimates; a copy of this item was in the BRA collection...
Language
  • English
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