Verizon Bowdoin Square – Boston, Massachusetts
At Bowdoin Square, which is at the corner of Bowdoin and Cambridge Streets, is a white office building that has many interesting details throughout. This building is currently occupied by Verizon, but the engraved name over the Cambridge Street entrance bears the name of “New England Telephone and Telegraph Company,” one of the former “Ma Bell” companies that has been incorporated into the present company, Verizon. According to a website about Art Deco in Boston, this building was built in 1930, designed by Densmore, LeClear & Robbins. The building has many features of interest that include metalwork around the windows, stonework details between windows, and details on the top.
|PROJECT SIZE||20,495 square feet|
|PROJECT LENGTH||December 2014|
|OWNER||Thomas Lukegord, New England Telephone & Telegraph Company|
|ROOFING CONTRACTOR||Reeley McAnespie, Inc.|
|DECK TYPE||Steel & Structural Concrete|
|BASE PLY||SOPRALENE® Flam 180|
|CAP PLY||SOPRALENE® Flam 250 FR GR WH|
|FLASHING (BASE)||ALSAN® Flashing|
|FLASHING (CAP)||SOPRALENE® 250 FR GR WH|
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