Boston Booms as Workers Say No to Suburbs: Real EstateNadja Brandt
The South Boston waterfront was long a bleak area separated from the rest of the city by the Fort Point Channel, its docks and warehouses recalling a faded shipping past. Now, rechristened the Seaport district, construction cranes dot the landscape as builders put up high-end condominiums, offices and hotels in one of the biggest neighborhood transformations in Boston history.
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