BOSTON-The proposed office towers for the Government Center garage site by the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway are being put on hold, while the design is retooled, reports the Boston Globe . The first step will be replacing the current developer Ted Raymond with Thomas O’Brien.

Raymond had proposed a 52-story and 42-story, 2.2-billion plan, which the Boston Redevelopment Authority took umbrage with, requesting that the towers be shortened by 15% to 20%. O’Brien will take some time to rework the development to see if City Hall and the project can finally meet eye-to-eye. However, it might be a little while before the project can get under way.

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