Built in 1929 according to plans by Frank Avis, and built by Modern Construction Company at the behest of developers Skinker Northwood Investment Company, this apartment building, now condos, exemplifies the high-rises going up around the city after World War… Continue Reading
Continuing the trend of using desirable real estate across from Forest Park, the Dorchester opened in 1961, developed by Tracco Skinker and Compagne.
Opening in 1927 according to the designs of Preston Bradshaw, the Versailles was built by Wilson-Koontz, reflecting the boom in the 1920s for apartment living.
William H. Mills designed the Wiltshire, which opened in 1924, was built by Wagner and Co. There is even a one story garage that is part of the historic nomination, reflecting the rising importance of the automobile. Also, I’m appearing… Continue Reading
Built in 1961, this Modernist apartment tower was designed by H. Waldman of Architectural Design Associates, built by Millstone Construction with engineering provided by Arthur Monsey. It is one of two Modernist towers built, bringing major development to an end… Continue Reading
This little guy is the last of what was originally five row houses, perhaps only saved because it used its stout neighbors for support. But it gets even more exciting on the side, where obvious signs of the neighboring house… Continue Reading
Just look at how beautiful these backyards are (and could be), shaded by this large tree. This is living close to your neighbors, requiring to actually get to know them.