Can Boston get more than just money from the sale of the Hynes

Last weekend I found myself reading Jaclyn Cashman’s article in the Boston Herald, “Sale of Hynes must include commitment to arts center”, and I’d encourage you to do the same.

She asserts that the building should not just go to the highest bidder but to a buyer that will commit serious square footage dedicated to the arts. Boston has spent the better part of the last decade bending over backwards, accommodating developers looking to build luxury residences that do little to enhance the quality of life in Boston and it is now time to make investments that can benefit all.

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