Boston’s historic buildings offer some of the most unique restoration opportunities in the country. The bold Brutalist architecture of The Hurley Building in Boston’s West End offers developers the chance to revitalize a city landmark through repositioning that prioritizes placemaking, openness, and porosity.
Check out the link below to my Letter to the Editor advocating for the thoughtful redevelopment of the Charles F. Hurley Building and strategic maintenance of its architectural heritage.
The Boston Globe – “Spare the wrecking ball, and embrace challenge of a restored Hurley Building”
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