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Celebration today to mark progress as Greenway work enters final phase

There was new focus on the Greenway in the 1980s when officials began planning to depress the Central Artery (left). Final plans include a fountain near Milk Street (above), which is still under construction. There was new focus on the Greenway in the 1980s when officials began planning to depress the Central Artery (left). Final plans include a fountain near Milk Street (above), which is still under construction.
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / July 22, 2007

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Four workers lowered a slender red maple into a hole in the sidewalk outside Quincy Market. Near a glass office tower in the Financial District, workers on their hands and knees used padded mallets to tap granite slabs into place, creating a walkway around a fresh field of grass. Under the 36-story headquarters of State Street Corporation near Chinatown, water ... (Full article: 1007 words)

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