This is the view from the back entrance of the building where I live. The crane that’s to build Harvard Development’s Agriculture Place has pretty much been erected. Hamilton St. was blocked off all this week while crane sections were brought in. Crews battled stiff winds today but things look to be pretty much done and soon the above-ground building will begin.
After the jump there’s a photo that’s pretty much the omega of the alpha one above (click to enlarge).
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