in the Public Realm
Southwest Corridor

Stull & Lee Associates
  • Constructed, 1990
The development of the Southwest Corridor - David Lee
The collaboration behind the Southwest Corridor - David Lee
Accessibility in the Southwest Corridor - David Lee
A story about collaboration with the community - David Lee
The Southwest Corridor - David Lee
Following the destruction of a wide swath of Roxbury, Jamaica Plain, and the South End to make room for a new section of Interstate 95, community groups, architects, and planners banded together to stop the impending construction. The long strip of cleared land was turned into 4.7 mile park complete with new development areas and 8 new MBTA Orange Line stations. Construction for the park began in 1978, and while several parts of the park opened in 1987, the project was officially completed in 19...
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Heath Street & Columbus Avenue
Boston, MA 02130
United States

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