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Marcus Jones reports on the participation of minority developers in downtown construction
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[Minority developers plan downtown development]
Original Airdate: 9/19/1986

Length: 00:02:38
Item Type: newstape - edited story master


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Description : Abstract
Marcus Jones reports that a group of minority developers will work with Ray Flynn (Mayor of Boston) and the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) to develop a multi-million dollar complex including office, retail and residential space in downtown Boston. Jones notes that the complex will replace a downtown parking garage. Jones reports that Flynn's "parcel to parcel linkage program" will link downtown development to development in minority neighborhoods. Jones adds that this project will be linked to a parcel of land in Roxbury. Jones' report includes footage of Flynn and the developers at a press conference to announce plans for the development. Bruce Bolling (President, Boston City Council) and Davis Woo (Chinese Investment Group) talk about the need for development in minority neighborhoods. Jones interviews Stephen Coyle (BRA Commissioner) about opportunities for minority involvement in development.


Contributor : Reporter
Marcus Jones
Format : Tape 4581   Barcode   Script is available.
3/4" cassette  
VHS cassette 103553 
Betacam cassette 103562 
digital betacam cassette 103561 

Subject : Keywords
City planning
Housing

Subject : Personal Names
Bolling, Bruce
Coyle, Stephen
Flynn, Raymond
Jones, Marcus
Woo, Davis

Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA)
Columbia Plaza Associates

Type : Genre
News - Television



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