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The Community Preservation Act may be coming to Boston. Learn how these funds can be used for a variety of historic preservation projects across Boston.
VOTE Yes on 5! Look for the last question on the back of the ballot.
When GE chose Boston over the likes of Palo Alto, Boston's unique character played an important role in the decision.
This is about a lot more than a big, red triangle in the sky. . Are we losing what makes us uniquely Boston in the granite-countertopped euphoria of the city’s building boom?
Residents and advocates are raising red flags about a rash of new high-rise towers and skyscrapers planned for Downtown Crossing — an area with outdated building rules that the Boston Redevelopment Authority has no pressing plans to update even as the Hub undergoes its largest building boom in city history.
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October 24, 6:00 p.m.
The Alliance is excited to host our annual Preservation Achievement Awards where we will celebrate the accomplishments of eleven outstanding projects as well as the recipient of our President's Award for Excellence. Join us at the historic Paramount Center for the ceremony and reception on October 24, 2016. Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available now.Buy Tickets »
Vote for Your Fan Favorite Now!
With eleven diverse projects representing a range of exciting contributions to Boston's built environment, we are dying to know YOUR favorite Preservation Achievement Award winner! Vote once per day, every day, until October 24. This year's Fan Favorite winner will be announced at the Awards ceremony.Cast Your Vote »
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The Boston Preservation Alliance
141 Cambridge Street
Boston, MA 02114