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Request for Proposal : Pilot House Extension : Disposition Guidelines and Conditions

By Boston Redevelopment Authority

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Title: Request for Proposal : Pilot House Extension : Disposition Guidelines and Conditions  
Author: Boston Redevelopment Authority
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Language: English
Subject: Housing, Pilot House Extension, Boston (Mass.), Waterfronts
Collections: Government Library Collection
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Publication Date:
1989
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Authority, B. R. (1989). Request for Proposal : Pilot House Extension : Disposition Guidelines and Conditions. Retrieved from http://members.worldlibrary.net/


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A request for proposals from developers to create housing, ground level retail and below grade parking on parcel B-3A (Pilot House Extension) that sets forth the goals and terms of the project in Boston's Downtown Waterfront-Faneuil Hall Urban Renewal Area; this item was in the BRA collection..

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Contributor: Boston Public Library ; The digitization of this title was sponsored by Boston Public Library

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Additional Subjects: Development Projects; Downtown, Boston (Mass.); Parcel Development

 

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