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Architecture & Engineering


By Clair Enlow

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April 23, 2003

Waterfront's future hinges on viaduct decisions

  • From civic groups to city council members, everyone's weighing in on fixes for the waterfront.
    Design Perspectives

    It’s the edge of our biggest open space -- a water playground and spectacular view. It’s the cradle of our economy, the gateway to the islands and other coastal cities, a sponge for tourist dollars. It’s an important link in a vital and delicate shoreline ecosystem that we have scarcely begun to restore.

    Our waterfront, according to Mayor Greg Nichols, is our "front yard."

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