Norman B. Leventhal passed away April 5, 2015 and his loss is being felt not only by those who knew him, worked with him, and admired him, but by so many of the residents and workers in the state, who benefited by his vision and skills as a master builder.
He created landmarks throughout the City of Boston and in many of its surrounding communities. Each stands out as a thoughtful creation, built to endure throughout the ages.
The list of his projects would populate any list of Boston’s great buildings: Rowes Wharf, Center Plaza, 75 State Street, One Post Office Square, Meridien Hotel, South Station, and the Post Office Square park/garage.
Norman was passionate about his work, his family, and his city. His philanthropic interests were far and wide. He never stopped caring.
Our condolences go out to his wife and family.