Suffolk University plans academic building in Boston

Sept. 9, 2008
Earlier plans for housing on the site were rejected
Suffolk University has filed plans with the city of Boston for a new $68 million academic building, a 10-story, contemporary, glass-dominated structure overlooking a revamped public plaza atop Beacon Hill. The new facility, a cornerstone of the university's expansion campaign, would house the university's art school, including a first-floor art gallery, and classrooms. Neighbors, who defeated earlier plans for student housing on the site, have voiced support for the new proposal. To read The Boston Globe article, click here.

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