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“Greenway Crossroads” Mural Proudly Presented by the BRA

Early in BRA Navy Yard stewardship, a mural hung at the BRA entrance “Greenway Crossroads” proudly presented the future public green space at Piers 4, 5, 6. The Boston Naval Yard is a Special Place for the Public.

How did the BRA stray so far from that original vision?  Now proposing the privatizing of a valuable public amenity and removing it from the public realm?  Why are private condominiums for a few now proposed for a harbor site that calls for the Public’s Enjoyment and Use of the Harbor? 

Early in BRA Navy Yard stewardship, a mural hung at the BRA entrance “Greenway Crossroads” proudly presented the future public green space at Piers 4, 5, 6. The Boston Naval Yard is a Special Place for the Public.

How did the BRA stray so far from that original vision?  Now proposing the privatizing of a valuable public amenity and removing it from the public realm?  Why are private condominiums for a few now proposed for a harbor site that calls for the Public’s Enjoyment and Use of the Harbor? 

Early in BRA Navy Yard stewardship, a mural hung at the BRA entrance “Greenway Crossroads” proudly presented the future public green space at Piers 4, 5, 6. The Boston Naval Yard is a Special Place for the Public.

How did the BRA stray so far from that original vision?  Now proposing the privatizing of a valuable public amenity and removing it from the public realm?  Why are private condominiums for a few now proposed for a harbor site that calls for the Public’s Enjoyment and Use of the Harbor? 

Early in BRA Navy Yard stewardship, a mural hung at the BRA entrance “Greenway Crossroads” proudly presented the future public green space at Piers 4, 5, 6. The Boston Naval Yard is a Special Place for the Public.

How did the BRA stray so far from that original vision?  Now proposing the privatizing of a valuable public amenity and removing it from the public realm?  Why are private condominiums for a few now proposed for a harbor site that calls for the Public’s Enjoyment and Use of the Harbor?