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Old 05-25-2006, 10:30 PM   #1
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Photo of the Day, Boston Style - Part Deux

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Re: Photo of the Day, Boston Style - Part Deux

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Thanks!! 500 Boylston is actually one of my favorite buildings after 111 Huntington, and to be honest, I don't really know why.
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is that the state service center on staniford and cambridge st.?
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Yes. Boston's most beautiful building.

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Yes. Boston's most beautiful building.

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I wouldnt say that, Justin, but that thread you posted on the SSG forum really made me see this building in a completely different light.

I think a repost is in order.
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The Tour of Northeastern's campus continues... :

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Castevens,

Do you have any more photos of NU's campus? I think the stuff that Rawn and Assoc. have been putting up over there during this decade-old building spree is pretty interesting. The dramatic changes recently undertaken have, IMO, given NU by far the most urban campus of any major university in Boston.

Id love to see photo tour posted if you could.
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Do you have any more photos of NU's campus? I think the stuff that Rawn and Assoc. have been putting up over there during this decade-old building spree is pretty interesting. The dramatic changes recently undertaken have, IMO, given NU by far the most urban campus of any major university in Boston.

Id love to see photo tour posted if you could.
Considering all the "open space" on the NU campus, I dunno if I'd say that it has the most urban campus. You wouldn't consider BU more urban?
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