Landmark study reports
A Study Report outlines the historic and architectural significance of a property or district, plus proposed Standards and Criteria for design review. The Study Report can recommend Landmarking exterior and/or interior elements. The Boston Landmarks Commission uses these reports to decide whether or not a property or district should be designated a Landmark.
When the BLC does designate a Landmark, the Commission uses the Study Report's Standards and Criteria as guidelines to evaluate changes to Landmarks. Those with asterisks* include interior designation - and please note that Pending Landmarks, subject to accelerated design review, may have some interior designations as well. The Study Reports below are listed in alphabetical order.
- Charles River Esplanade
- Charles River Speedway Administration Building
- Charlestown Savings Bank Building
- Chestnut Hill Reservoir and Pump Stations
- Christian Science Center Complex
- Church Green Building
- City Square Historical and Archeological Site
- Commonwealth Avenue Mall
- Connolly's Bar
- Cox Building