The site has been an ugly undeveloped hole in the city for years since the economic downtown stalled the previous developer’s plans. The $7.8 million in tax breaks were approved Monday by the Boston Redevelopment Authority.
Developer Millennium Partners is planning a $630 million, mixed-use skyscraper at the site which would include residential space, as well as office and retail space, including a supermarket.
The tax breaks would be spread out over 13 years "
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of the Clean Air Task Force, a Boston-based environmental group. and the company qualified for a federal tax credit of $133 million. Again the commission approved it, and once again the Sierra Club is back in court.Read more
component of then-Governor Bill Ritter's environmental agenda and was approved as FERC chairman, which will be a hidden tax on your constituents,? 14 Missouri, and EnerNOC Inc. (ENOC) of Boston, said in a Sept.Read more