Longwood Medical and Academic Area (LMA) Historic Properties Survey-Final Report
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The Boston Preservation Alliance received mitigation funds from Boston Children’s Hospital to update and expand the existing historic properties inventory for the Longwood Medical and Academic Area (LMA), and identify resources that are potentially eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. The survey recorded historically and architecturally significant resources that represent the cultural history of Boston and the LMA and were at least 45 years old at the time of survey. Eleven (11) MHC area inventory forms and thirteen (13) MHC building inventory forms were prepared, recording 106 historic resources associated with hospital and medical research facilities, public and private college and secondary school campuses, residential areas, and one religious institution.

A large-scale base map of the LMA shows the areas and individual properties inventoried during this survey project. The Survey Final Report includes a description of survey methodology, index of inventoried areas and properties, recommendations for National Register listings and local designations, further study recommendations, and a bibliography.

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