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Boston Arts Academy Marks Major Milestone In Construction Of New $125 Million Facility In Fenway

Steel beams against an overcast sky with a construction working helping to lower the colorfully painted final beam in place with a crane.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh, City and state officials, and members of the Boston Arts Academy Foundation, along with Boston Arts Academy (BAA) representatives, today raised the final steel beam into place to complete the structure of the new, $125 million BAA facility on Ipswich Street, directly across the street from Fenway Park.

At a time of great societal change for young people across the country, construction of this world-class building for Boston's only public high school for the visual and performing arts serves as a bright, shining example of the ingenuity and innovation of the Boston Public Schools' vision for the future. BAA students, faculty and the community at large will reap the benefits of the expanded space, which will soon open its doors to BAA's rapidly growing student population.

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