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The Dainty Dot Hosiery building was built in 1889 after the Boston fire of 1872 destroyed a residential neighborhood.
The Dainty Dot Hosiery building was built in 1889 after the Boston fire of 1872 destroyed a residential neighborhood. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Photo) David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Photo

Developer buys historic Hub textile building for $9m, plans residences

By Thomas C. Palmer Jr.
Globe Staff / November 7, 2006

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The real estate along the edge of the old Central Artery in downtown Boston is beginning to take on a new life, the latest development being the proposed redevelopment of a once prominent textile building. (Full article: 485 words)

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