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High-rises may replace Government Center garage

Developer proposes towers of 42 and 52 floors, hotel, stores

The developer says the $2.2 billion project would replace a hulking garage with a new streetscape while concealing parking for 2,000 cars. The developer says the $2.2 billion project would replace a hulking garage with a new streetscape while concealing parking for 2,000 cars.
By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / October 24, 2008

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Developer Ted Raymond is proposing to build two office towers, 42 and 52 stories high, as part of a massive mixed-used complex on property now dominated by the hulking Government Center garage near Boston City Hall. (Full article: 706 words)

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