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Columbus Center may get a lifeline

2 developers to scour project's finances

Construction on the Columbus Center foundation stopped in March with the developers' latest financial troubles. Previously, the complex was scheduled to be completed by 2011. (Geaorge Rizer / Globe Staff Photo) Construction on the Columbus Center foundation stopped in March with the developers' latest financial troubles. Previously, the complex was scheduled to be completed by 2011.
By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / September 4, 2008

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Two prominent developers have been hired to rescue the foundering Columbus Center project in Boston, an $800 million complex over the Massachusetts Turnpike that would reunite the South End and Back Bay neighborhoods. (Full article: 1079 words)

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