ruminations about architecture and design

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

urban scale tough love edition

Not surprisingly, most of the residents of the Harbor Towers in Boston are not happy about the skyscrapers being planned on the property next door. Since I live in a detached single family house in a suburb that has fairly strict zoning it's completely unfair of me to comment on this. I can't comprehend the struggles of people in a luxury high rise located on the waterfront. If you buy a property under such circumstances you should so with the assurance that no future development will impede your views, assault your senses, or offends you in any way. He who builds first should have all privileges.

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