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Retailers could lead the way to a new waterfront, some say

By Thomas C. Palmer
Globe Staff / March 24, 2004

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Elaborate plans for new buildings and neighborhoods have crawled along for years on the formerly industrial South Boston Waterfront, but the starting gun has sounded for developers with dreams of creating high-end retail centers with Boston Harbor views. ‘‘It’s a race — who’s going to put something together,’’ said Rob Griffin, president of Cushman & Wakefield of Massachusetts Inc., which ... (Full Article: 878 Words)

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