The city may have knocked down the size of Don Chiofaro’s proposed tower along the new Rose Kennedy Greenway.
But the more interesting development, from the long-term perspective, is the city’s proposal for height restrictions in general along the Greenway. Here’s a cool graphic showing existing Greenway buildings and where (and how much) developers can build in future years.
Will height restriction stunt economic growth? Are they needed for aesthetic reasons? The hunch here is that the Greenway was built with public money — and too many tall buildings will harm the Greenway.
What are your thoughts?
File under: Greenway Heights, not to be confused with Wuthering Heights.