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Druker Plan for 330 Boylston Street unveiled

The Back Bay neighborhood association gathered at the Boston Public Library Thursday night to hear deatails for the planned development of 330 Boylston Street. If the plan is approved, Ronald Druker, president of The Druker Co., will build eight floors of Class A office space with ground-floor retail and 150 garage spaces at the sight of the former Shreve, Crump & Low building. The proposed 221,230 square foot building on the corner of Boylston and Arlington has received a warm response from most Back Bay residents and business owners.

One thought on “Druker Plan for 330 Boylston Street unveiled

  1. Adam Koch says:

    Great News! This building was empty for a long time… Good to know that the Back Bay is moving forward.

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