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Preliminary Summary of Findings : Key Space Uses, Downtown Boston Gnrp

By Robert Gladstone

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Reproduction Date: 2010

Title: Preliminary Summary of Findings : Key Space Uses, Downtown Boston Gnrp  
Author: Robert Gladstone
Language: English
Subject: Hotels, Retail Space, Urban renewal
Collections: Government Library Collection
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Gladstone, R. (1963). Preliminary Summary of Findings : Key Space Uses, Downtown Boston Gnrp. Retrieved from

Discusses four key types of space use (retail sales and service, offices, apartments and transient accommodations or hotels) that provide major opportunities for urban renewal development projects in downtown Boston's GNRP (General Neighborhood Renewal Plan) area; attached is an interim report on the downtown development outlook, also by Robert Gladstone, addressed to Robert Hazen of the BRA; includes some projections to 1975 for the above mentioned space uses; a copy of this item was in the BRA collection..

Contributor: Boston Public Library ; The digitization of this title was sponsored by Boston Public Library

Additional Subjects: Housing; Office buildings; Projections (1975)


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