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Pact could end row over project near Assembly Square

Promise of funds for MBTA station is the key to deal

By Chris Reidy
Globe Staff / October 17, 2006

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A tentative agreement disclosed yesterday between developers and a community group could end nearly a decade of dispute and allow construction of an Ikea furniture store and an ambitious mixed-use project consisting of office space, a hotel, and more than 2,100 rental apartments and residential condominiums near Somerville's Assembly Square. (Full article: 508 words)

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