self supporting TV towers
Fri Oct 2 12:18:13 EDT 2009
Once during an interview Flatley told me his iconic Tudor architecture.was a
tribute to his native Ireland. Flatley's original trade was a simple
Not much on Wikipedia, but what's there is a bit eye-opening with
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Subject: Re: self supporting TV towers
> 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 style...
> 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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