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Architecture

Redesign is up in the air

Three-tower proposal is only a starting point

Developer Don Chiofaro is proposing a three-tower structure, selected from among many other models designed by a New York architect, for the current Harbor Garage site. Developer Don Chiofaro is proposing a three-tower structure, selected from among many other models designed by a New York architect, for the current Harbor Garage site. (Warren Patterson/The Chiofaro Company)
By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / February 8, 2009

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Developer Don Chiofaro sits at the table in his conference room. On the table, lined up like troops on parade, are perhaps 10 or a dozen elegantly crafted wood models of a tower complex. This is a project he'd like to build on the site of the Harbor Garage, which he owns. It's a key location in Boston, between the ... (Full article: 1003 words)

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