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Down to its last chance

Developers’ delays and funding woes spur the state to serve notice on Columbus Center, the $800m complex planned to span the Pike

The Columbus Center project, now abandoned, was to be built over part of the Massachusetts Turnpike. This is an overhead view from the parking garage on Clarendon Street. The Columbus Center project, now abandoned, was to be built over part of the Massachusetts Turnpike. This is an overhead view from the parking garage on Clarendon Street. (Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff)
By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / February 10, 2010

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Massachusetts transportation officials have begun severing ties with the developers of Columbus Center, the latest, and perhaps last, chapter in one of the most ambitious and controversial projects in Boston’s development history. (Full article: 813 words)

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