1. Bob Ogle interview, 12 January 2015. Raw footage from main camera with burned-in timecode.

    Key: All pull quotes below have been classified as addressing one of the following questions:
    1. What makes Boston, Boston?
    2. Does preservation make economic sense?
    3. Why are old spaces the best new spaces for the city? (Referring to revitalization) Can old and new work together?
    4. What is urban character?
    5. How important is the historic tax credit?
    6. How important is historic preservation to Boston?
    7. Who is the Alliance, what do we do, and why?

    1 3:00-3:34 X context in the world…

    2, 3 3:51-4:50 new – old
    
6 5:50-6:30 BPA Awards – evolution of videos 

    7 7:18 Roll of BPA is “critical”
    
6 7:58 X buildings well designed…new 

    1 9:15 – 10:00 onward – buildings many reinvent theme; Leading city in contextual way

    2 11:30 Data demonstrates…
    
7 12:20 Re Alliance
7 *13:40 the BPA has…the voice…
    
6 14:32 Recognition of students/academics

    7 16:00 X voice of preservation issues

    1 17:00 Phrases
    
7 18:00 X
2 20:00 Phrases – read

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  2. MDA Millenium Partners interviews 12 January 2015. Raw footage from main camera with burned-in timecode.

    Key: All pull quotes below have been classified as addressing one of the following questions:
    1. What makes Boston, Boston?
    2. Does preservation make economic sense?
    3. Why are old spaces the best new spaces for the city? (Referring to revitalization) Can old and new work together?
    4. What is urban character?
    5. How important is the historic tax credit?
    6. How important is historic preservation to Boston?
    7. Who is the Alliance, what do we do, and why?

    1 2:25 In a word, where things tend to be 

    1 2:40 The world place here
    
1,6 3:19 
    
1,6 3:36-3:44 Kathy – when people visit Boston…

    3 4:00 Burnham

    3,6 5:25-5:35 Not just X for its own sake

    3 5:50-6:45 Tenants/X for 

    2 8:04-8:23 Investment in X – reinvest that area

    2 10:22-10:34 Historic buildings are key economic drivers
    
2 11:17 Putting Filene’s back into service

    2,3 11:40 Impossible to invest invent Filen’s ◊ next 100 years
    
2 12:28-12:55 X will employ approximately 400

    2 12:31 Timing, key price
    
2 14:30 Cutting X of creative employment

    6,3 14:46-15:24 People don’t want to be in…
    
2,6 16:18 When X with something Rich as Burnham
    
2 17:00 When developing X Building – cost more – value 

    2 17:57 Really well done
    
2,6 18:33 Must versus “nice to have”

    2 19:38 Found tenants who appreciate quality

    3 20:35 The reason they came

    3 21:07 Bargain with tenant
    
4,6 23:35 Character a part/X part of city planning
    
1,6 24:07 Can do bold and new and preserve – part of Boston
    
7 25:03 Group like Alliance…
    
7 25:25 X X enriched by the past

    7 25:41 Alliance can point out…
    
7 25:59 X X Alliance can point out…

    6,7 26:49 History of buildings
    
7 28:05 Understand development and economic impacts
    
6 29:50 We X torn from criticism
    
5 31:50 tax credits
    
5 *35:20 tax credits
    
5 **36:20 tax credits
    
5 **37:15 tax credits
    
1,2,6 39:00 Phrases… ◊

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  3. Peggy Ings Interview, 16 January 2015 at Emerson College for The Boston Preservation Alliance.

    Key: All pull quotes below have been classified as addressing one of the following questions:
    1. What makes Boston, Boston?
    2. Does preservation make economic sense?
    3. Why are old spaces the best new spaces for the city? (Referring to revitalization) Can old and new work together?
    4. What is urban character?
    5. How important is the historic tax credit?
    6. How important is historic preservation to Boston?
    7. Who is the Alliance, what do we do, and why?

    1,4 2:30 Historic X Integral

    1 4:12 People come to Boston because…

    1 4:27 this city emphasizes historic preservation

    6 6:00 Significant value of historic…

    1,7 *6:38 What I believe…

    3 8:55 storytelling

    3,6 9:37 Impact of theatres

    6 12:25 Pays dividends
    3 12:38 revitalized

    1,7 18:30 evolution of X
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    20:50 go out to community
?
    20:58 eat every building is significant
    
6,7 **23:33 I think…

    1,6 24:33 when people come

    7 *25:33 BPA is your partner…

    3 26:47 Little Building
    
3,6 *31:55 Steward…
    
7 *35:50 BPA is…

    7 *36:20 ◊ BPA is…

    7 *37:30 everyone should be a partner
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    38:13 X the Alliance

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  4. Uncut footage from camera with BITC. Interview at Elkus | Manfredi, 25 Drydock, 4 February 2015.

    Key: All pull quotes below have been classified as addressing one of the following questions:
    1. What makes Boston, Boston?
    2. Does preservation make economic sense?
    3. Why are old spaces the best new spaces for the city? (Referring to revitalization) Can old and new work together?
    4. What is urban character?
    5. How important is the historic tax credit?
    6. How important is historic preservation to Boston?
    7. Who is the Alliance, what do we do, and why?

    1 3:33 Boston is a very special city
    1 3:44 Boston is a waterfront city, and we have a waterfront (harbor and the Charles) – evolution of industrial, then abandoned, now reinvented yet again, with tremendous public accessibility.

    1,3 5:06 What’s remarkable is we have maintained the sense of building into our core.
    
1,3 5:17 The result is a city that is compact, walkable…

    1,3 5:35 When you look at Boston in the context of other American cities we have been true about building density into our core but also respecting identity of individual neighborhoods allowing our city to grow but retaining… (greenspace…)
    
4,6 6:55 In many way the most interesting projects are those kinds of infill… work within context
    1,6 7:11 when you have the opportunity to work within the historic context of the city (example: Emerson). Not save, but enhance – how do we give buildings a second or third life? And how do we build nearby so that new and old can coexist.

    7 *7:20 One of the things I respect about the BPA is it isn’t just about preserving existing buildings…

    7 **7:45 I truly appreciate that broader mission. It’s not just about how do we save this building…new and old…
    
4 10:03 The best cities… have a network of special places

    4 10:20 Can have very important little spaces … important places …take on character of surrounding streets…. Important that advocacy for them – have incredible value; Real estate value and incredible valuable in terms of contributing to the fabric of the surrounding streets

    7 **11:26 I think Boston has done a good job, and I think the Boston Preservation Alliance has done a very good job, in understanding that there are the buildings of everyday life. Not the most important buildings, not the landmarked buildings, but they are the buildings of work and of everyday life…that are important in their bigger context.

    3 13:00 There is a generosity of space and light in these buildings that make them adaptable…

    3 15:35 Proved to be extremely adaptable … a testament to the original building

    1,3 21:00 Why does it all happen here … I would argue because there is an authenticity to Boston that is attractive to a knowledge-based workforce

    2,3 22:50 The reinvestment of that historic neighborhood has created .. value ..
    
6 24:14 Spaces that you can rebuild and recreate – but can’t recreate cultural heritage…

    6 24:50 When people ask you when I come to Boston where do I stay? … Those buildings that will create a memorable experience in Boston – that’s the real value…

    3,6 26:10 if you look at the value created in the Boston Wharf Buildings… how do we create more of that.. but very hard to…

    3 27:18 They are buildings you can make your own…
    
1 *27:53 What we love about Boston is diversity … of place and spaces.. historic and new .. sometimes in tension sometimes in alliance .. that’s what makes the city rich

    7 **29:50 The Alliance has multiple roles…

    6 **31:11 When we lose important texture in the city .. we lose something essential to the city

    7 **31:30 What has impressed me … it’s about coming to solutions … not conflict

    1,6 31:50 Boston has good a good job understanding opportunities for reuse … flexibility… value is in collaboration …
    
6 **32:55 I do believe that all of us have some stake in what is the built city, we are stewards of the city, for a very short period of time. We’ve been fortunate to do a lot of work in the city, but it’s such a small fraction, in every respect…so we are stewards of the city, of its values, of its fabric – our goal should be to pass it along to future generations better than we found it, and part of that is protecting those important places.
    
4,6 35:00 Some of the most important architects have worked in Boston…
    
6 35:33 Buildings go in and out of fashion
    
6 *36:10 We are stewards for all that history…

    36:49 PHRASES


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  5. Uncut footage from camera with BITC. Interview at Lincoln Properties, 53 State Street, 4 February 2015.

    Key: All pull quotes below have been classified as addressing one of the following questions:
    1. What makes Boston, Boston?
    2. Does preservation make economic sense?
    3. Why are old spaces the best new spaces for the city? (Referring to revitalization) Can old and new work together?
    4. What is urban character?
    5. How important is the historic tax credit?
    6. How important is historic preservation to Boston?
    7. Who is the Alliance, what do we do, and why?

    3 2:56 Most of the property we manage in Boston … they’re called “Jewell Boxes” … very old, smaller… very beautiful buildings
    
3 6:35 I would be some .. pursued those buildings because of their historic nature

    1 7:54 Boston is a beautiful city

    2 *10:08 Economically I don’t think there is any question that restoration of historic buildings is beneficial

    5 10:51 The tax act .. I’ve seen it play out in many cities that buildings condemned were brought back to life…
    
5 11:32 Those incentives … spur those buildings to be redeveloped … need people to live and work in the city… 
3,5 11:45 I don’t think there isn’t any question that preservation of older buildings is a tremendous influence

    6 *13:39 Not only did the building get restored but people get to use the buildings again …

    3,6 *14:03 Not only tremendous benefit … 

    3 15:26 New and old have to work together … 

    7 15:58 The Alliance has been very practical…. Done a tremendous job in the balance of new and old
    
7 17:20 BPA did a very good job keeping an even keel … practical yet forceful .. win/win
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    20:46 If a developer .. knows what he is in for and needs to play by the rules

    23:00 PHRASES

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