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Vision for Dudley Square seen anew by architects

'The Plaza at Dudley Square,' featuring the Dudley Public Library/Community Atrium, is the winning vision in a competition to draft plans for a revitalized Dudley Square. Architect Gregory Minott, whose plan won Best Building Design for its depiction of the renovated branch library, was credited with keeping his proposal in an appropriate scale for the neighborhood. "The Plaza at Dudley Square," featuring the Dudley Public Library/Community Atrium, is the winning vision in a competition to draft plans for a revitalized Dudley Square. Architect Gregory Minott, whose plan won Best Building Design for its depiction of the renovated branch library, was credited with keeping his proposal in an appropriate scale for the neighborhood. (Gregory minott, Troy Depeiza, and Snehal Intwala)
By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / May 11, 2008

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Roxbury residents got a peek yesterday at several blueprints for a revitalized Dudley Square, from bold visions like erecting a gleaming new office tower to practical plans for easing congestion in its bus hub. (Full article: 576 words)

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