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I like this building; built in the approximate time frame of the completion of Boston City Hall, this late 1960s early 70s structure is one of the outstanding examples of "BRUTALIST" architecture as the brick work highlights bring a greater warmth to the façade unlike in 99% of other works in this style featuring cold, barren and lifeless gray concrete. As well, the curving nature of Building in line with the Cambridge Street ROW brings a great deal of gracefulness to this horizontal "skyscraper". Please note the sharp contrast in visage of One Center Plaza with the heavy, ponderous and quixotic clunky presentation of the City Hall Building far across the street - in a strange sense the two buildings work off of each other and make for an interesting streetscape, though, I must state that 99% of the time I will cringe when I see BRUTALIST works such as the Hurley Building and the Twin Nightmare Harbor Towers - UGHHHHH - eyesores to the MAX!