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Changes may soon be coming to the Boston skyline. The Boston Redevelopment Authority is currently writing up guidelines for signage used atop Boston’s largest buildings which may change the way we see the city light up at night. The deputy director of urban signage explains that the purpose of this change is to create views of interesting architecture to replace the large corporate signage currently in place on Boston skyscrapers. The guidelines are expected to be announced early next year, and will restrict where future tower signs can be used in the city.
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Source: www.bostonglobe.comThe Boston Redevelopment Authority is working on formal guidelines, spelling out what has been verbal practice, to spell out the kinds of parameters the agency will use when deciding where tower signs will be allowed in the city.