NEW WATERWORKS MUSEUM
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|Diamond Sinacori?s Merrill Diamond shows off the Waterworks Museum that opened a week ago at the Waterworks at Chestnut Hill (112 luxury condos in Brighton his firm developed with the late Edward Fish). The condos were completed a year ago and all sold for an average $1M. As part of the project, the team worked with a community group to convert the High Service Pumping Station, an example of Richardsonian-Romanesque architecture into a museum. Displayed inside are three 19th century steam engines that helped pump water to Boston during an era of rapid growth and expansion. It doesn't necessarily sound green, but we don't think LEED was around back then.|