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clothing mfg.
clothing mfg.

laundromat

furniture-
hardware

auto parts

gas station

welfare station

cleaners
fortune teller
floor covering



discount
general mdse.
furniture



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CAMPUS HIGH SCHOOL URBAN RENEWAL AREA / BACK-UP DATA /
BUSINESSES LOCATED OUTSIDE OF EARLY LAND ACQUISITION AREA
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ADDRESS



NAME



TYPE OF BUSINESS



JEREMONT STREET (Cont'd)
1219
1221
122TA
12^3

12^9

1255

1275
1283
1285
1293

1303

130^
1306
1310

1311
1312

1315



Stewart Auto Body

Tremont Glass & Metal.: Co., Inc.

Ray' s Barber Shop

Boston Radio & Television
Service Co.

Leahy, M. J., Inc.
(N.E. Electrical Supply Co.)

Creative Hardware, Inc.
(D. H. Eskin Co., Inc.)

Kemps Hamburger Co.

Prentiss Luncheonette

Boston Lamp Co., Inc.

Hammond Stationery Co., Inc.
(Hammond Magnetic Dictating
Systems )

M. Brown Office Furniture Co., Inc
Yawman & Efbe Mfg., Co., Inc.

Highland Tavern, Inc.

Tremont TV, Inc.

Close Elect. Agts. Inc.
Pittsburgh Reflector Co.

American Roof Flange Co.

Sid Stone Radio Laboratories

(Broadcast Service Co.)
Clary Corp. Digital Printers
Northeastern Vending Service

Boston Floor Machine Co.

Hi Id Floor Machine Co.



auto repair
glaziers
barber
radio-TV repair



wholesale elect,
supply

hardware

eating place

luncheonette

lamps

office supplies &
equipment

office furniture
Manufacturers

tavern

radio & TV

mfgrs' agents
refleccor sales

roof supplies

sound equipment

digital printers
vending service

floor machines &

vacuums
floor machines &

vacuums



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CAMPUS HIGH SCHOOL URBAN RENEWAL AREA / BACK-UP DATA /
BUSINESSES LOCATED OUTSIDE OF EARLY LAND ACQUISITION AREA
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ADDRESS



NAME



TYPE OF BUSINESS



TREKONT STREET (Cont'd)
1320
132U



Bentley's Cleaners
Robinson's Auto Supply &



cleaners







Hardware Co . , Inc .


auto supply hrdwr


1325




Columbus Plating Co., Inc.
(Roxbury Plating Co.)


plating


1332-1336


National Electric Motor Co.


elect, motors


13^0




Tom & Jerry's


liquors


WASHINGTON


STREET






2359




Paul's Army & Navy Store


clothing


2365




Mickey' s Lounge & Bill' s Cafe


lounge/cafe


2371




Joseph Warren Co-operative Bank
Cruff & Byrne


bank

real estate & ins


2379




C. W. Bowman, Inc.


hardware


2385




Magnets" Dept. Store


merchandise


2387




Fabulous Shoe Shack


shoes


2391




Roxbury Grill, Inc.


restaurant


2399




Roxbury Bargain Store


furniture


2U07




Circle Supply Co., Inc.


plumbers' supply


21+99




Waples Co., Inc.


building cleaners


Sources:









Field Surveys, May, 1966

Polk Directory, 1965

Boston Central Address Telephone Directory, 1966



7/22/66
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Industries to be Retained



Hampshire - Simmons Stree


sts Area




Total


2-38 1
Simmons


Hampshire-
Simmons block


Number of Firms 2.6


17


9


Number of Employees 769


k9k


275


Est. No. Residing in Boston 620
Est. No. Residing in Rox-N.D. 370






Total Floor Area (sq. ft.) U75,000


300,000


175,000


Total Property Area (sq. ft.) 171, 116


83,379


87,737


Total Assessment $365,600


$179,600


$186,000


Est. Tax Yield $ U2,000


$ 20,600


$ 21,li00


Average Rentals


$ .50/sq.ft.




Est. Gross Payroll $3,828,500






Amt. Applied to Boston (80$) $3,062,800
Amt. Applied to Rox-N.D. (60$) $1,837,680





Property owned by Barney Victor
2 Property owned by: Dean Transportation Co. (5-17 Simmons)
Ben Lloyd (19-hl Simmons)
Linden Park Realty Trust (109 Linden Park)



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EXHIBIT A
LIST OF TENANTS
AT 2 -38 SIMMONS STreet



Name

Allied Heel Company-
Apex Sales Company
Binder of Boston
Boston Hay, Ino .

Boston Record Distributor

Graphic Equipment

Hammond Stationery Co.
Hardware Agency Company
Malerio Cover Corp.

El-Bo ( Inc .
Pecard Company
Puro-Filter Corporation

Rose-Bro Shoe Company
Tawa Bros .
Techron, Inc.
Trojan Reupholstery

University Manufactur-
ing Company



Type of Business

Manufacturer of built-up
ho els for shoos

Toy and school supply jobber

Manufacturer of women's sportswear

Heavy Oil Burner distributor and
contractor

Rack Wholesaler of phonograph
records

Manufacturer of silk screen
printing presses

Stationery Wholesaler

Manufacturers ' Representative

Manufacturer of slip covers
and draperies

Restaurant

Warehousing sheet metal products

Manufacturer of water coolers-
New England Branch Office

Manufacturer of Women's Shoes

Manufacturer of Ice Cream Cones

Manufacturer of printed circuits

Shop-at-home concession of
Gilchrist Department Stores

Manufacturer of plastic garment
bags and allied items



No. of. Employees



45
10
30

10

15

7

14
11

40

2
2

12

200
11
40

30

15_



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EXHIBIT A - continued



Name

Eastern Fixture Co*'

Bell Sportswear
Curry Engineering
Elasco Inc •

Flexible Connector Co*

M. W« Corrugated Box

Sentronio

Tech Sales



Clayton Mfg. Co*



170 Vernon St.

Type of Business

Manufacturer of Lighting Fixtures



30-33 Simmons



Manufacturer of Women's Sportswear

Sheet Metal Fabricators

Manufacturer of Low Volatile
Power Pace

Manufacturer of Flexible Gas and
Liquid Couplings

Box Wholesaler

Manufacturer of Home Fire Alarms

Manufacturers' Representative of
Electrical Equipment



109 Linden Park St.



Uniform Manufacturing, Rental and
Cleaning



Total Employment for the above firms is approximately.



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EXHIDIT B
, PAYROLL DISTRIBUTION FOR SIMMONS -HAMPSHIRE ST. AREA

Average Annual Payroll ($95.00 x 52) - $ 4,9^0.00

Grose Payroll Generated (775 x $4,9^0.00) , - 3,828,500.00

1) Amount applicable to Boston

(80# x 3,838,500.00) - 3,062,800.00

2) Amount applicable to Roxbury-North Dorchester

(60# x 3,062,800.00) 1 - 1,837,680.00



1), . We estimate that of the 775 people working in the
area, 620 reside in Boston.

2) Ve estimate that of the 620 people residing in

Boston, 370 reside in the Roxbury-North Dorchester
area.



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The Viotor Company 2 4 Simmons St., Boston SO, Mass, o KCI 5-3 Be a

RETENTION OF INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES
IN THE SIMMONS STREET - )F ROXBURY



The main industrial building in this area is located at
2- 38 Simmons Street. This property was purchased by us in July
1958. The building consists of five stories and basement, with
approximately 50,000 square feet of space per floor for a gross
total of 300,000 square feet.

The Sawyer - Tower Corporation, the previous owners, vacated
the building shortly after we purchased same, and we successfully
converted the building to multiple occupancy shortly thereafter.
The building is now fully occupied by 17 tenants (Exhibit A).

The cost of the conversion was quite substantial,, A new
electrical vault and a 4,000 amp. Buss Duct System extending to
the top floor to service the electrical requirements of all
tenants, from their own floor was installed. The entire roof
area is new and ninety-five percent of the toilet facilities are
also new About 100,000 square feet of new hardwood flooring has
been installed* All of the inside has bee'n painted as well as
major portions of the exterior.

There is one passenger and one freight elevator that is new.
and two of the other three freight elevators have been updated



INDUSTRIALi SEALTORS



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to meet the new code. All of our parking areas were hot-toppod.
A new oil burner was installed and many areas had additional
heating coils added. Loading docks were built at every freight
elevator location,' The building is fully sprinklered.

The parking facilities are quite adequate, however should
additional land . become available we could use about 15 , 000 square
feet for this purpose. All trucking is directed to the rear of
the building where the elevators and loading docks are situated.
There is the average trucking f uilding of this size and in

the future if Linden Park Street is retained as the main access
into the area it should channel itself quite smoothly.

The building is very well maintained. It is our feeling thai
We have created as fine and efficient a multi-story building as
any that may be available to our tenants in the Boston area at
the present rentals charged to them, the average of which is 50yi
per square foot, heated ,

The three other buildings that are bounded by Linden Park,
Hampshire , Vernon and Simmons Streets have a total of approxi-
mately 175 j 000 square feet of floor space and should generate em-
ployment for approximately 275 people. These buildings are fully
occupied. We believe that the tenants in thase three buildings
are anxious to remain as are all the tenants j_i A „he 2- 38 Simmons
St. block.

The tax revenue received by the city from these four build-
ings is approximately $45,QQ0o00, The city receives from this



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complex an additional $10, 000 . 00 - C 15 ,000.00 in the way of water,
sewer, and fire pipe charges .

The majority of the 775 jobs (Exhibit A) in this complex
would not be retained by the city; cither in existing space, which
is rapidly being diminished, or in newly built facilities, which
would prove too costly. The type of business located here do not
allow for high rent costs. A low rent schedule is imperative for
these tenants , enabling them to retain their competitive position.
There is the additional advantage to them of a good supply of lo-
cal labor. Most of these firms would be forced to locate outside
of the city of Boston, thus removing a substantial payroll con-
tribution to the residents of the city. (Exhibit B)

We , as well as the owners of the other three buildings, would
co-operate with the Boston Redevelopment Authority in all of
their recommendations, so that the buildings could be made com-
patible with any new surrounding facility.

Furthermore, the land Mass supporting" this large employment
figure is not extensive. To duplica-ce this employment in a
"Route 128" type park, within the city, would require a land
Mass at least four to five times the area under discussion.



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LIQUOR DISPENSING ESTABLISHMENTS
Campus High School Project Area
Summary Sheet



Type of
Establishment


Total #
Licenses


Early Land
Displacement


'Highway
Displaceme


mt


Not to be

Displaced


Restaurants (AA)


6







U






2


Taverns (AA)


3


1




2









Package Stores
(A/ *
(I:,.


7
3


1
2




u








2



TOTAL



19



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Source: Licenses Directory of the Alcoholic Beverages Industry, 196U
Updated by: BRA field survey, April, 1966

Polk Directory, 1966

Boston Central Address Telephone Directory, 1966



LIQUOR DISPENSING ESTABLISHMENTS
Campus High School Project Area



Address



Name of
Establishment



A. Early Land Acquisition Area Displacement



289 Cabot St.

69 Roxbury St.
1$ Roxbury St.

291 Roxbury St.



N. Fredman's Market
(Cabot Beer & Wine)

Shawmut Liquor Co.

Dave -Coll Beverages
(Al & Joe's Pub)

Parad's Market



Owner



F. Ruby



L. Wars haw



Type of
Establishment



WM Package Store

AA Package Store
AA Tavern

WM Package Store



B. Highway Displacement

1119 Columbus Ave . Farmer ' s Cafe

1123 Columbus Ave.

1138 Columbus Ave.

llljl Columbus Ave.

1176 Columbus Ave.



11U3 Tremont St.
Ilh9 Tremont St.

118)4 Tremont St.
130lt Tremont St.
13U0 Tremont St.



Harbor Grille Inc.
Monte Carlo Cafe Inc.
W. F. Martin Co. Inc.



J. P. Logue Inc.
(Jack's Celtic Tavern)

Ted's Cafe Inc.

F. Scully, W. D.
Murphy Inc.

J. Connelly's Inc.

Highland Tavern Inc.

Monaco Liquors
(Tom & Jerry's)



AA Package Store
R. Davis AA Restaurant
T. Nardone AA Restaurant
L. Barsky AA Package Store
J. Palaiologou AA Tavern



A. Harris



AA Restaurant
AA Package Store



AA Restaurant
J. Greene AA Tavern
A. Consalvi AA Package Store



C. Not to be Displaced



7 Dudley St,



R. Clark & Dubin
(Clark's Market)



R. Clark



WM Package Store



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Liquor Dispensing Establishments - page 2

16 Roxbury St. Giant Liquor Mart Inc M. Soosman AA Package Store

236^ Washington St. Bill's Cafe E. Mullen AA Restaurant

(& Mickey's Lounge)

2391 Washington St. Roxbury Grille Inc. P. O'Malley AA Restaurant

2U10 Washington St. Golden Wine Co Inc. A. Golden AA Package Store



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Institutional Fact Sheet Summary





Campus High
Project Area


Early Land
Acquisition Area


Total Number of Institutions


hh


23


Educational


6


3


Public
Private


5
1


2

1


Medical


3


1


Social


10


5


Religious


IS


12


Public Facility


9


2


Area in Institutional Ownership


23 • 8 acres


9.8 acres


Assessment of Institutional Property


$3,995,800

$ 79,300 (2.00)


$9Ul,8O0


Taxable


$ 1*2,800 (U.#)


Tax-Exempt


$3,916,500 (98. 0$)


$899,000 (9$.$%)



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Summary List of Institutions
Campus High School Project Area



EDUCATIONAL - Public

William Bacon Elementary School
Dillaway Elementary School
Dudley Elementary School
Asa Grey Elementary School
James P. Timilty Jr. High School



EDUCATION - Private

St. Francis De Sales Elementary
School



MEDICAL

Cabot Nursing Home

Eliot Square Nursing Home

St. Luke's Home for Convalescents



SOCIAL

American Legi«n: Roxbury Post

No. hk
Boys' Club of Boston
Christ Temple Church Home
Cooper Community Center
Dangavas Vanagi of Boston

(Latvian Welfare Society)
Goodwill Center
Marshall Club, Inc.
Metropolitan Baptist Church

Social Center
St. John's Community Information

Center
V.F.W. Post No. 15C6



RELIGIOU S

Blessed Sacrament Mission

Boston Nazarine Church

Christ Temple Church of Personal

Experience
Christian Mission of the Apostolic

Faith
Congregation Anshi Sford
Faithful Church of Christ
First Church in Roxbury, Unitarian
Gibson Memorial Universal Holy

Church of America
Holy Temple United Holy Church of

America

International Volunteer Church
Metropolitan Baptist Church
St. Francis De Sales Kenan Catholic

Church
St. Francis De Sales Convent
St. John's Episcopal Church
Ruggles Street Baptist Church
Temple of Christ



PUBLIC FACILITY

Boston Police Department: Station

No. 10
Boston Welfare Department: Food

Distribution Center No. 3
Cabot Street Bath House
Roxbury Historical Societjr

(Dillaway- Thomas House)
Roxbury Municipal Court House
George Robert White Fund Health

Unit
Whittier Street Housing Project
U.S. Post Office (Roxbury Station)
U.S. Post Office (Roxbury Crossing

Station)



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Summary List of Institutions



Early Land Acquisition Area



EDUCATIONAL - Public

William Bacon Elementary School
Asa Grey Elementary School



EDUCATIONAL - Private



RELIGIOUS (Continued)

St. Francis de Sales Convent
St. John's Episcopal Church
Ruggles Street Baptist Church
Temple of Christ



St. Francis de Sales Elementary
School



MEDICAL



Cabot Nursing Home



SOCIAL



Cooper Community Center
Goodwill Center
Marshall Club, Inc.
Metropolitan Baptist Church

Social Center
St. John's Community Information

Center



PUBLIC FACILIT Y

Cabot Street Bath House
U.S. Post Office (Roxbury Crossing
Station)



RELIGIOUS

Blessed Sacrament Mission
Christian Mission of the

Apostolic Faith
Congregation Anshi Sford
Faithful Church of Christ
Gibson Memorial Universal Holy

Church of America
International Volunteer Church
Metropolitan Baptist Church
St. Francis de Sales Roman

Catholic Church



Instituti onal Property to be Acquired



Institution



Address



Early Land Acquisition Area
Use



Blessed Sacrament 60 Vernon St. Mission

Mission 66 Vernon St. V.L.

(Srs. of Blessed V.L. Roxbury St. V.L.
Sacrament)



Area
(Sq.Ft.)



16,958

6,381

11,U3U



Total Exempt

Assessment Clause



$ 68,500
2,000
1,200



31,773 $ 71,700



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32



Cabot Nursing

Home
(Beacon Realty

Corp.)



85-87 Vernon St. Nursing
Home



50,99$ $ 39,800



Christian Mission U5 Vernon St.
of the Apostolic
Faith



Church



6,618 $ 6,000



32*



City of Boston



Wm. Bacon El,
School


65 Vernon St.
V.L. Auburn St.


School
Playground


25,672

6,i;9U

32,166


$ 85,100

3,200

$ 88,300


A
F


Asa Grey El.
School


3U-38 Weston St.


School


Hi, 973


$ 1*7,000


A


Cabot St. Bath
House


211 Cabot St.


Bath House


7,1*68


$255,600


F


Congregation
Anshi Sford


27 Has kins St.
V.L. Haskins St.


Synogogue

(vacant)

V.L.


3,223
3,636


$ 16,300
1,100


11

11



6,859 $. 17,100



Cooper Community 711 Shawmut Ave, Community

Center Center

(Worn. Soc. V.L. Shawmut Ave V.L.

Christian Serv. ) V.L. Shawmut Ave V.L.



6,260 $ 70,000



i,3ia
i,lUi5



2,700
2,900



11

10
10



9,Ol|6 $ 75,600



Institutional Properties to be Acquired - Early Land Acquisition Area - page 2



Institution



Address



Use



Faithful Church 763 Shawn ut Ave. Church
of Christ



Area Total Exempt
(Sq.Ft.) Assessment Clause



3,576 $ U,800



11



Lovely Zion
Baptist Church



(113) Ruggles St. V.L.



1,1*39



$ 1,000



Metropolitan Bap- 775 Shawmut Ave.
tist Church 779 Shawmut Ave.



Church
Community
Center



Ruggles Street
Baptist Church
(Bost. Baptist
Society Union)



(Ruggles St.
Baptist Church)
(Boston Baptist
Society Union)



(Ruggles St.
Baptist Church)



1U7 Ruggles St.
V.L. Ruggles St.
159-61 Ruggles St
163 Ruggles St.
V.L. Ruggles St.
V.L. Ruggles St.
173 Ruggles St.
175-77 Ruggles St
V.L. Ruggles St.
V.L. Weston St.
V.L. Weston St.
V.L. Tremont St.
1118-20 Tremont
1122-2U Tremont
1128 Tremont St.
V.L. Howe Court
11U2 Tremont St.
llUi-60 Tremont
V.L. Tremont St.



Church annex


U,785


V.L.


3,87U


.Chapel & gyn


6,252


Church


9,375


V.L.


2,000


V.L.


2,000


Church


5,ooo


.Residence


5,900


Commercial


200


V.L.


3,000


Parking


1,000


Parking


2,000


Parking


2,071


Parking


2,216


Parking


2,327


V.L.


2,695


Commercial


i,55o


Commercial


1,551


Commercial


3,200



6,330 $ 17,500 11
8^0 2,200 11



7,170 $ 19,700



$ 9,800 33

3,500 33

21,800 33

78,000 33

1,300 33

1,300 33

U,500 33

3,1*00 ll*

100

2,700 33

900 10

1,800 10

1,700 10

1,700 10

1,800 10

600

3,100

11,100

U,ioo



60,996 $153,200



St. Francis de
Sales Church
(R.C. Archbis-
hop of Boston)



106 Vernon St. Church
116 Vernon St, Convent
V.L. Vernon St. V.L.
V.L. Vernon Place V.L.
250 Cabot St. Rectory &
School



13,500


$ 3U,800


11


5,930


13,000


11


1,770


1,100


31


2,8h5


1,100


31


33,143


100,000


31



57,U58 $150,000



Institutional Properties to be Acquired - Early Land Acquisition Area - page 3









Area


Total


Exempt


Institution


Address


Use


(Sq.Ft.)


As


isessment


Clause


St, John's Epis-


12^2 Tremont St,


Info Center


2,500


$


5,200


11


copal Church


1262 Tremont St.


Church


7,500




30,100


11


(Rectory Church


V.L. Tremont St.


V.L.


2,685




U,700


11


of St. John)


V.L. Tremont St.


V.L.


2,315




U,000


11


(Prot. Episc.


107 Hampshire St.


Residence


2,080




1,800





Church Trustees


V.L. Hampshire


V.L.


It, 000




2,000





of Donations )


V.L. Hampshire


V.L.


U,000




2,000






St. John Mission
Baptist Church



219 Cabot St. Residence

223-225 Cabot St. Church &
Residence
127 Vernon St. V.L.
129-31 Vernon St. V.L.
133-35 Vernon St. V.L.
137 Vernon St. V.L.
V.L. Downing St. V.L.
V.L. Downing St. V.L.
V.L. Downing St. V.L.



25,080 $ ii9,800



2,080


$ 3,000


1,732


3,500


898


700


2,121


1,1*00


U,U33


U,200


2,17U


1,100


1*,203


2,100


1,698


600


1,889


700



11



21,228 $ 17,300



Temple of Christ 22 Linden Park St. Church



3,370 $ 19,700 11



U.S. Post Office 127U-78 Tremont Post Office 9,900 $ 30,000 1**

(Roxbury Cross-
ing Station)



Tenant Institutions to be Acquired



Institution



Address



Use



Owner



Gibson Memorial
Universal Holy
Church of America



17 Linden Park St. Church (vacant) Arita Thompkins



Goodwill Center

International Volun-
teer Church



70-72 Ruggles St. Store



Myer Glickson



225 Cabot St. Church -Miss ion St. John Mission

Baptist Church



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Partial Exemption
Leasehold



Taxable Institutional Property to be Acquired
Early Land Acquisition Area

Owner

Beacon Realty Corp.

Lovely Zion Baptist Church

Protestant Episcopal Church
Trustees of Donations

Ruggles Street Baptist Church

St. John Mission Baptist Church 16/795

TOTALS $88,478 $47/400 $32,200 $79,600



Area


Assessed Valu


e


(Sq.Ft.)


Land


Buildina


Total


$50,995


$20,300


$19,500


$39,800


1,439


1,000





1/000


10,080


5/000


800


5,800


9,196


11,900


8,000


19/900


16,795


9,200


3/900


13,100



Institutional Property



Campus High Project Area, Outside of Early Land Acquisition Area



Institution Address

American Leg- 116-118 Rox,

ion Rox.Post# St.

44

Bos. Nazarine 14 Elmwood
Chapel

Christ Temple 30 Kenel-
Ch.of Personal" worth St.
Experience

Christ Temple 50 Kenel-
Ch. worth St.

Home

Ch. of God & 39-45

Sisters of Dudley St

Christ

City of Boston



Area
Use (Sg.Ft.



Total Exempt
) Assessment Clause



Legion 1/658
Post



Church 3/509
Church 18/900



Church 6/643
Home



V. Res 3/295



4/500

18/000
12/600

11/000

11/000



31



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31



Dillaway El


Kenelworth


School


27/280


71/600


A


School












Dudley El


Dudley St


School


26/339


101/300


A


School












Police Station 1170 Col-


Police


6/203


82/500


P


#10


umbus Ave.


Station








11 Elmwood


Garage


2,097


3,500


5




St




8/300


86/000




Rox. Hist.


183 Rox ST


Hiet*


16,8D0


" 13,400


S


Soc.




Bldg








Rox. Muni-


Rox St


Ct


18/580


113,100


s


cipal Ct.




House








James P .


Rox. St


School


66/612


633/300


A


Timothy Jr.












High Sch.













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Area


Total


Exempt


Institution


Address


Use


(Sq.Ft.)


Assessment


Clause


Geo„ Robert


120 Whittier


Health


85,700


134,300


C


White Fund


St.


Unit-








Health Unit




Park








Dangavas


23 Kenel-


Welfare


5,967


15,000


?


Vanagi of


worth St


Soc .








Boston












(Latvian












Wei Soc.)












Eliot Sq.


159-61


Nursing


1 5,491


32,000





Nursing


Rox.


Home








Home












(Joseph


157 Rox


V.L.


3,755


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3,175
12,421


1,900
36,500




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88,672


104,700


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14 Lambert


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11,308


20,000





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32,331


92,600


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3,827


4,700


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5,165


2,000


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