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South Station's mega-makeover

Developers get final OK for office tower and hotel complex

The centerpiece of the South Station project will be a 40-story tower (above) by architect Cesar Pelli.
The centerpiece of the South Station project will be a 40-story tower (above) by architect Cesar Pelli. (Payne Rowlett Photo) Payne Rowlett Photo
By Thomas C. Palmer Jr.
Globe Staff / June 29, 2006

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The South Station area will see monumental changes over the next decade, as a development team led by Hines Interests LP yesterday received the go-ahead to build a 40-story glass office tower, hotel, and other buildings on a block now dominated by trains and buses. (Full article: 661 words)

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