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The Waterfront Observer

Gentrification Has Hit The Waterfront: What Next?

Dense Development Driven By Foreign Investment Is The New Normal

Earlier this month, several organizations, including The Boston Harbor Association, were invited by a philanthropic foundation to come and discuss the long term future of Boston’s waterfront. The conversation was rich and deep, with the speakers flagging some discernible trends which may shape the waterfront in the immediate future.

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