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Landmark study reports

Landmark study reports

Study reports are produced for all properties considered for Landmarking - once designated these reports guide future change for individual Landmarks or properties in districts.

A study report outlines the historic and architectural significance of a property or area, plus proposed guidelines for design review. The Boston Landmarks Commission uses these reports to decide whether or not a property or area should be designated a Landmark.

Each report has standards and criteria (guidelines) used by the Commission to evaluate changes to Landmarks, including all properties in historic districts. The reports below are listed in alphabetical order.

Still have questions? Contact:
Landmarks Commission
1 City Hall Square
Room 709
Boston, MA 02201
United States

Study Reports