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The architectural-heritage tax

Chris Cagle explores the idea that housing in Boston would be a lot cheaper if only government hadn't allowed soul-searing architectural excesses such as Government Center and those "If you lived here" towers. Why? Read his complete post, but basically, it's because to this day, people are wary of large-scale development, even in areas that could benefit from it, if done right, he says.


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