North End, Census Tract 301 & 304 (partial)
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|basic project statistics|
|gross building area||110500|
|site area||85000 sq. m|
|families w/ children||5|
restaurants and shops.
Compared to the 1960s, the architecture today in the selected area almost remains the same. However, the population changed as the neighborhood started to gentrify after the completion of the big dig, which tore down the highway that once seperated north end from the rest of the city. the population density decreased dramatially (by almost 50%), while dwelling
unit per acre increased due to subdivisions.
N: Charter St.
E: Hanover St.
S: Prince St.
W: Snow Hill St.
Photo #1: Intersection of Prince St. and Salem St. looking southeast into Prince St.
Photo #2:Intersection of Prince St. and Margerat St. looking North into Margerat St.
Photo #3:Intersection of Salem St. and Cooper St. looking west into Cooper St. References:
1. 2000 Census
2. Satellite map is from Google Map, and the birdseye view is from Bing Map, photos are by author