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Before and after

A new Liberty Mutual office will alter three neighborhoods, but some critics fear the changes won’t be an improvement

 
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Pictured: The site of the planned Liberty Mutual tower at corner of Berkeley Street and Columbus Avenue. Note: Move the slider in the middle of the image left and right to view the current scene (left) and the rendering (right). More photos

By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / September 5, 2010

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It is a much-ballyhooed project that presents a huge opportunity to enliven what is now a virtual no man’s land at the junction of three of Boston’s most trendy and expensive neighborhoods. But it’s also facing criticism before construction even begins that it might not live up to its promise. (Full article: 892 words)

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