|July 12, 2018|
Christian Science Center Plaza Update
In case you haven't noticed, the Christian Science Center Plaza has been going through a major update. In 2018, most of the plaza has been closed. This is to help modernize the plaza and make it more welcome for people to come and visit.
Full details on the construction can be found on the Christian Science Center Plaza Construction Page.
For the most part, this view will not change at the competion of the construction.
Construction End Date
According to the Project team the project is on schedule and should be completed by this Fall.
What's Changing on the Plaza
The most noticeable change is to the reflection pool:
- It's now going to be shallower so that it uses less water.
- The pool will look better when there is no water in it. There are dark stones on the bottom of the pool. (Currently it looks like they are solar panels - they are not.)
- It's going to be slightly shorter to provide easier access to the plaza from Huntington Ave.
Mother Church is closed and worshipers are asked to attend services in The Mother Church Extension - which is the building connected to the Mother Church.
There is construction going on by the Massachusetts Ave side of the plaza to increase the green space in front of the church.
The popular Children's Fountain is still open and running during the final phases of the construction. There are no major changes being done in this part of the plaza
When completed, the plaza will be more picturesque any time of the year. For example: taking pictures of the Christian Science Center Plaza from the Prudential Skywalk Observatory will look much better.
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