FAA may force developer to scale back Boston building

10/30/2009 | Boston Herald

The Federal Aviation Administration has warned a developer that a pair of towers planned in Boston cannot exceed 407 feet without creating a hazard for aircraft. Donald Chiofaro has already reduced the proposed height of project's tallest building to 625 feet, or 53 stories. However, under the FAA's guidance, the building would not be allowed to exceed 35 floors. A partner of Chiofaro's termed the FAA's recommendation a starting point for the review process.

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