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This building should be 300+ feet. The rendering is funny because it shows the site surrounded by low rises when actually it is surrounded by high rises. It's near Millenium Place which is on the corner of Boston Common in downtowin Boston.

Archstone-Smith Breaks Ground on 420-Unit Apartment

By Naomi Grossman

Last updated: Oct 31, 2003 11:20AM

BOSTON-Archstone-Smith began construction on Park Essex, its new Charles E. Smith-branded development in the city's downtown district near Chinatown. The project--the largest rental residential property to be developed in Boston in more than 20 years--was formerly known as Liberty Place. The 28-story building at 600 Washington St. will offer 420 apartments for lease. The developer anticipates that the studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom residences will be available for lease by spring of 2006. The project will feature a sports club facility, a caf

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Thanks for the updated rendering. You beat me to the punch. It should look good. I am not a big fan of tall brick buildings, but this one has lots of glass too. It'll definitiely look better than the parking lot that covers a good portion of the site now.

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