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Mayor urges 1,000-foot skyscraper

Menino speaks of 'bold vision' for downtown

An artist's rendering of how Boston's skyline would look with the addition of a 70- to 80-story tower. The skyscraper is being proposed for the site of the Winthrop Square parking garage.
Pop-up HIGH-RESOLUTION GRAPHIC: Proposed tower
By Thomas C. Palmer Jr.
Globe Staff / February 18, 2006

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Mayor Thomas M. Menino yesterday called for construction of the city's tallest building ever -- a 70- to 80-story tower reaching 1,000 feet high on the site of the Winthrop Square parking garage in the Financial District -- to demonstrate Boston's confidence in its future. (Full article: 949 words)

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