Sears Crescent in Boston, MA


Built as a commercial row house in 1816, the Sears' Crescent Building is a landmark for the City of Boston. Narrowly escaping the Great Fire of 1872 and the wrecking ball that made way for City Hall, the Sears' Crescent Building is drenched in history, with all the architectural features that reflect the city's heritage, from the Brownstone cornices to the cast iron columns and the red bricked facade. Sears' Crescent itself is cherished cultural heritage surrounded by renewal. Photographs shot for Chevron Partners

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