New stadium and convention center for Boston?

Cohen, Jodi B.
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/21/97 Supplement New England, Vol. 322, p14A
Trade Publication
Focuses on the possibility for the construction of a new football stadium and a convention center in Boston, Massachusetts. Controversies surrounding the stadium and convention center; Cost concerns; Facility description; Opposition to the plans. INSET: Foxboro Stadium: Is it worth refurbishing?..


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