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Dr. Hart along with the Community Development Corporation of Boston, Inc., developed CrossTown Industrial Park in inner city Boston with Fortune 500 computer company Digital Equipment Corporation as their anchor tenant in 1980. Dr. Hart along with CDC of Boston also developed a biotechnology facility in this urban business park with Boston University School of Medicine as the anchor tenant. This facility opened in 1989 and included laboratory and office space for both university and commercial researchers, a biotechnology business incubator, and laboratories and offices for a biomedical laboratory education and training program. These high technology and biotechnology helped spur development of BioSquare, Boston’s only biotechnology research park.
Dr. Hart served as project manager in the development of the West Angeles Cathedral in South Los Angeles. This 5,000-seat church edifice was dedicated in April 2001. This Cathedral has become a valuable community resource and is now embarking on its second phase of development of a Family Life Center and parking structure.
Dr. Hart was project director for the Boston Transportation Planning Review (BTPR) Southwest Corridor Mobility Study in 1971-72 that led to cancellation of the proposed Southwest Expressway and a re-thinking of the transit-highway options inside Route 128. This mobility study also opened up 200 acres for redevelopment in Boston’s core which are now residences, a business park, retail space, parkland, a community college, and other uses that were initially programmed to be an expressway.