77 Adams Place is considered locally to be a sensitive interpretation of modernism in an historic district. The brick facade recalls the 18th century, relating to its historic neighbor, the Vassell-Adams House at 135 Adams Street. The design features balconies on the east and west elevations creating a horizontal rhythm on the longitudinal sides. It is an appropriate addition to the Quincy Center Local Historic District.
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