Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
SECTION 1. The deputy commissioner of the division of capital planning and operations is hereby authorized to acquire by eminent domain, in the name of the commonwealth, a certain parcel of land, hereinafter described, located in the city of Boston, owned by the Massachusetts Port Authority, and to transfer the care, custody and control of these parcels of land to the department of public works for the construction of the central artery, north area, section 1, for highway purposes. The said parcel of land is more particularly described as follows:
PARCEL 49-3-C. A parcel of land supposed to be owned by the Massachusetts Port Authority and bounded as follows: northeasterly by Water Street about 70 feet; easterly by a curve to the left having a radius of about 35 feet a distance of about 50 feet; southeasterly by a curve to the right having a radius of about 90 feet a distance of about 155 feet; southwesterly and southeasterly by land now or formerly of Rapid's Realty Co., Inc. about 10 feet and about 121 feet respectively; southwesterly by Charles River Avenue about 25 feet; northwesterly and southwesterly by land now or formerly of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 99.33 feet and about 7 feet respectively; northeasterly, northwesterly and southwesterly by land now or formerly of A & S Electrical Displays, Inc. 50.60 feet, 40.28 feet and 56.24 feet respectively; northwesterly and southwesterly by State Highway Layout No. 3818, about 6 feet and about 7 feet respectively.
Containing about 11,035+ square feet of vacant land, more or less.
SECTION 2. The above described parcel of vacant land are shown on a plan entitled: "Plan of Land in Boston, Mass. Proposed Land Takings from Massachusetts Port Authority" dated April 3, 1986, prepared by Bryant Associates Inc. Boston, Massachusetts, which plan shall be kept on file with the chief engineer of the said department of public works.
SECTION 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage.