self supporting TV towers

John Francini
Thu Oct 1 11:47:43 EDT 2009

They were indeed Flatley properties; if I recall correctly the full  
list included Braintree, Newton, Framingham, Danvers, and Nashua.   
They also had apartment complexes scattered around the same areas,  
with the same Tudor look. Tom Flatley must have really liked the  


On 29 Sep 2009, at 0:11, A. Joseph Ross wrote:

> On 28 Sep 2009 at 17:24, Eli Polonsky wrote:
>> Unlike the Sheraton Hotels in Newton and Framingham, the
>> Needham Sheraton was never a "Sheraton-Tara", only just a
>> Sheraton. I don't know what qualified those other Sheratons
>> to gain the "Tara" suffix that the Needham one lacked.
> I believe the Tara hotels were Flatley franchises, and I think they
> all had the same sort of Tudor architecture.
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