On Curbed Boston: Boston’s 10 most underrated buildings, mapped


No question Boston has plenty of incredible buildings with beautiful interiors and done in all sorts of architectural styles, from federal to modern. And it’s got quite a few aesthetic clunkers.

Then there are those buildings that don’t quite get their proper due. Routinely overlooked or habitually dismissed, these are the city’s 10 most underrated buildings.

#3. Hibernian Hall

Edward T.P. Graham and Joseph M. Dolan designed this four-story building 105 years ago as a hall for an Irish-Catholic fraternal organization.

Its fortunes have ebbed and flowed over the ensuing century-plus, and Hibernian Hall is now used as an arts hub. The building stands as a reminder of the changes in Boston itself during that time.

See the article as it originally appeared on Curbed Boston here.