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Long-stalled lab building underway in Longwood

Longwood Center, a multitiered building with labs and shops, will replace this lot at Brookline and Longwood avenues in Boston. Longwood Center, a multitiered building with labs and shops, will replace this lot at Brookline and Longwood avenues in Boston. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / March 23, 2012
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The developers of a long-stalled laboratory building in Boston’s Longwood Medical Area have resumed construction of the $300 million project, part of a burst of development activity in the region’s health care sector. The complex, to be called Longwood Center, will fill a large vacant lot at Brookline and Longwood avenues, where developers are constructing a multi-tiered glass building containing street-level shops and about 350,000 square feet of lab space.

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