New Hancock Tower
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John Hancock, the Boston life insurer that built two of the Back Bay’s most iconic towers decades ago, wants to add a third to the city’s fast-changing skyline. At 26 stories, the new Hancock tower would be smaller than its older siblings, but the $350M project at 380 Stuart St promises to make its own visual statement with its curved glass facade, reports the Boston Globe. The US arm of the Canadian insurance giant Manulife Financial expects to submit a letter to Boston officials today outlining plans for a 625k SF tower, one that would replace a nine-story building owned by Hancock. [BG]