There are few areas of the city that are changing more rapidly than the section of South Boston near the Broadway T station. For some visitors, it seems like the landscape looks different every time they amble off the Red Line escalator.
And there are few firms more involved right now in this transformation than RODE Architects, the South End firm run by Eric Robinson and Kevin Deabler.
“We’re seeing the movement of pulling the density toward the train stations [all over the city] and we think that’s a good thing,” Robinson says. “West Broadway, in our minds, is an interesting case study of that happening and it’s been successful so far.”
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