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Columbus Center will make an impact on Boston's skyline. And under ground.

Developers aim to collect acres of runoff to help recharge the water table in a part of the city where unstable landfill threatens buildings

By Thomas C. Palmer Jr.
Globe Staff / February 21, 2005

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Columbus Center, a half-billion-dollar residential and commercial complex slated for a four-block stretch over the Massachusetts Turnpike in the Back Bay and South End, drew more sustained criticism than any other recent development project in Boston. (Full article: 1279 words)

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