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My favorite view of this is probably from Newbury street, it just dominates from that angle. Loving how massive its looking too, it looked very skinny in the renderings and diagrams.
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?? Why so far from the face of the building?

Why is the tower crane so far away from the face of the structure. I see one setback near the lower portion of the structure but the crane is pretty far outside of it too. Is there something at ground level or some outcropping near the top of the building that has the crane so far away from its face?
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It's up to 46 fully formed floors out of 56. I estimate it to be 560'+. It's now 8th in the city and Boston's tallest building since the 80's!

There is a mechanical grate across the glass on the 27th floor (helps when counting), and then the floor plans change. This is delineated by a different spandrel-to-window layout on the 4 floors of cladding that are installed above the grate. (no pics sorry) There are 15 more floors above the glass. Just 10 to go! So close!

Just passed Boston's crowns. The 5 buildings clustered at the top of the plateau are next.

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