From the Boston Herald:
Simon Property Group has put on ice its Copley Place plan for the city’s tallest condo tower.
The mall operator was developing a 47-story tower with 280 luxury residential units, along with a 54,000-square-foot addition to Neiman Marcus and 60,000 square feet of new retail and restaurant space.
Les Morris, a Simon spokesman, confirmed that meetings of the Community Advisory Committee, a nine-member panel formed by Mayor Thomas M. Menino to advise City Hall on the project, have been postponed. But he declined to answer questions or provide specifics about the project’s timeline.