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Wayland project set to be dropped

Builder blames town, will seek tenants for existing building

KGI Properties Inc. was planning to build stores and 100 condominiums around a new 2-acre green in the town center. KGI Properties Inc. was planning to build stores and 100 condominiums around a new 2-acre green in the town center.
By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / April 25, 2009

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A Boston development firm said it is abruptly ending a four-year, $140 million effort to build a downtown village in Wayland because it cannot resolve long-running disputes with town officials. (Full article: 657 words)

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