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Beyond The Big Dig
About this project

What happens to the ribbon of land being created by the depression of the Central Artery may be the most important development decision to face Boston in a generation.



NORTH END

Parcel 10 map

Parcel 10

Area: 60,152 square feet (1.38 acres)

Bordered by: Surface Artery, Hanover Street, Cross Street, North Street.

Master plan calls for: Open space

Zoning: Parkland Open Space Subdistrict.

Notes: With adjacent Parcel 8, master plan envisions this as both civic space and a neighborhood park. Only small structures with a footprint of 600-square-feet or less are allowed, and they can cover a maximum of 5 percent of the parcel. Article 49 of the city's zoning code says Parcels 8 and 10 "should be programmed, designed, and detailed for the primary benefit of the adjacent North End community through the development of a series of spaces which invite both residents and visitors to use the park while clearly delineating a neighborhood presence and oversight of the park."




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