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S. Boston hotel may be stalled

FAA building rules, city permit questions could present hurdles

By Thomas C. Palmer Jr.
Globe Staff / January 10, 2006

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Construction at the planned 22-story Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel in South Boston may be jeopardized by a height challenge raised by the Federal Aviation Administration and by City of Boston permit issues, according to real estate executives. (Full article: 671 words)

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