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Banners mark storefronts at Faneuil Hall Marketplace. City officials say soaring rents and the rise of national chain stores in the area are making it harder for local businesses to survive.

City seeks return to roots for Faneuil Hall Marketplace

By Jenn Abelson
Globe Staff / April 30, 2006

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When developers redesigned Faneuil Hall Marketplace 30 years ago, they hoped that an emporium of local food stalls, restaurants, and pushcarts would anchor an urban revival on Boston's waterfront. (Full article: 1470 words)

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