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Proposed Back Bay Tower Pulled From Agenda
A proposal to build a 33-story hotel and condominium tower in Boston’s Back Bay was abruptly pulled from the Boston Redevelopment Authority’s agenda Tuesday amid persistent complaints from neighbors about the project’s impact on wind and traffic. Developer Trinity Stuart LLC requested that a planned vote on 40 Trinity Place be postponed because it was not advertised long enough in advance of Thursday’s BRA meeting. The mix-up could have given additional legal ammunition to neighbors who have continued to object to the proposal. Neighbors said they are not opposed to a major redevelopment of the site, but that the developer is trying to build too densely. “The size of the building they have proposed is so over the top,” said Tom Iannotti, a condominium owner at the neighboring Clarendon Residences.
Wentworth To Expand
Wentworth Institute will go forward on plans to construct a $350 million mixed-use project at 500 Huntington Ave. This will be the largest project they have ever undertaken. The 6 story, 78,000 sqft Center for Innovation in Engineering and Technology and the 18 story, 546,000 sqft Center for Community and Learning Partnerships will be constructed on the current athletic field. Wentworth has retained Colliers International to help develop the commercial space.
Skanska tapped to build $57M facility for Harvard Business School
Skanska has signed a contract with Harvard Business School to build a new $57 million administrative and education facility in Allston. The proposed Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Center will include four stories and will replace Kresge Hall near Soldiers Field Road in Allston. The planned 87,000-square-foot building will support the school’s executive education program and will include dining space, classrooms, offices and common areas. The new building is expected to accommodate more than 10,000 students who will attend executive education programs annually. It will also serve as the gateway for a five-buildings complex housing the school's executive education division in the northeast corner of the HBS campus. The center's construction is part of Harvard’s 10-year master plan with the Boston Redevelopment Authority. The plan calls for 1.4 million square feet of projects that the school said will further expand its campus across the Charles River in Allston.
Cannistraro Named to Boston Globe's Top Places to Work
(November 18, 2013) (Watertown, MA) – This weekend the Boston Globe honored Massachusetts’ best employers in its Top Places to Work magazine. This year, J.C. Cannistraro, LLC is proud to announce that it has made the list as a top place to work in Massachusetts.
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