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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/WHARF DISTRICT

Parcel 12 map

Parcel 12

Area: 66,892 square feet (1.54 acres)

Bordered by: Surface Artery, Cross Street, Clinton Street, Commercial Street. Adjacent to Quincy Market and Christopher Columbus Park.

Master plan calls for: Ramp parcel, mixed-use building

Other plans: The Artery Business Committee plan calls for mixed-use development: residential, community center, museum/gallery, non-profit offices. Study done for North End Central Artery Advisory Committee, a neighborhood group, calls for a park covering the ramps and rejects any building whatsoever.

Zoning: A wide varitey of uses, including residential, community, cultural, retail, and open space, are allowed.

Notes: This parcel will have ramps to and from the underground expressway. It is a key parcel that serves as a gateway to the North End. The zoning calls for the views down Clinton Street to Christopher Columbus Park to be preserved.




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