1978, English, Book, Illustrated edition: Port point: evolution of an urban area. [electronic resource] Harvard University. Graduate School of Design.

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  • not paged; diagrams, illus., map, references
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  • Port point: evolution of an urban area.
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  • Harvard University. Graduate School of Design.
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  • [electronic resource]
Physical Description
  • not paged; diagrams, illus., map, references
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  • ...this urban design study discusses the expansion of the central business district into the South Boston waterfront are; the prime objective of this urban design study is to protect the architectural integrity of the Boston Wharf Company wharehouses through historic preservation and building reuse; makes recommendations concerning various proposed development projects (Anthomy Athanas site, Boston arena/​convention center); includes estimates of public and private investment needed, various economic projections for the area through 1990, urban design guidelines, etc.; a copy of this item was in the BRA collection...
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  • English
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