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Tenants at Allston’s Charlesview are divided on a plan to relocate the complex. One resident, who supports the plan, complains of mice in her kitchen and crumbling walls and ceilings.
Tenants at Allston’s Charlesview are divided on a plan to relocate the complex. One resident, who supports the plan, complains of mice in her kitchen and crumbling walls and ceilings. (Photos By George Rizer/Globe Staff) Photos By George Rizer/Globe Staff

Harvard's Allston expansion plan turning a corner?

Residents mull university's offer to relocate housing complex; would pave way for drab intersection's rehab

By Kristen Green
Globe Correspondent / February 3, 2007

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Can Harvard University copy the lively mix of street, student, and commercial life in Harvard Square to invigorate a nondescript intersection in Allston? (Full article: 761 words)

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