Highly visible on the Boston skyline, especially from the Common, this Skidmore, Owings and Merrill steel-frame building with its precast-concrete panels is typical of the firm's post-World War II structures nationwide. A double-story lobby marks its entrance, and a restaurant, terrace, and parking garage may be considered the building's amenities. Other than its reddish color, nothing would mark this building as distinctively Bostonian.
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