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Firms tout credit as they seek to build

Interest high in Haymarket area

The Turnkpike Authority plans to choose a developer to build a complex on public land at North and Blackstone streets, near the Haymarket produce vendors. The Turnkpike Authority plans to choose a developer to build a complex on public land at North and Blackstone streets, near the Haymarket produce vendors. (John Tlumacki/ Globe Staff/ File 2008)
By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / June 2, 2009

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Developers vying for the right to build on public land next to the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway in downtown Boston are trumpeting more than just aesthetics to garner support for their building proposals. (Full article: 585 words)

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