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Sentinel of Chinatown

November 27, 2007

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ESSEX STREET near South Station has become a transition zone between the towers of downtown Boston and the modest scale of Chinatown, a distinctive neighborhood besieged by encroaching gentrification. Developer Ori Ron wants to jump the street with a 300-foot condominium high-rise to replace the old Dainty Dot factory building. Ron thinks this would nicely step down from the 500-foot ... (Full article: 463 words)

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