"In 2006, [Northeastern University] secured approval from the Boston Redevelopment Authority to build three new dormitories with the capacity to house a total of 2,800 students. But the university made good on building just one of those dorms for 1,200 students. Architectural plans for the 600-student dorm on St. Botolph Street are gathering dust. And a proposed dorm on the site of a Gainsborough Street garage is on indefinite hold."
A reminder from the Globe editorial this morning that even when a university master plan looks good it is the results, not just the plan, that really matters.
Posted by Harry Mattison on 1/17/2010 08:18:00 AM