Boston Is Now Building Public Parks Under Interstate Highways

For Architectural Digest, by Megan Johnson.

On Wednesday, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and National Development announced plans for Ink Underground, an urban park that will span eight acres partially under Boston’s Interstate 93. Stretching from Albany Street to the Fort Point Channel, the park will serve as a connector between the South End and South Boston neighborhoods via pedestrian boardwalks, art and cultural installations, and bicycle paths along the channel.

“This area under the highway is a very dramatic space that has been off-limits for many years,” says Marie Adams, designer and co-founding partner of Landing Studios, which read more >>>

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