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Developer presses on with plan for towers

$2.2b project faces money, land issues

Developer Ted Raymond has proposed two office towers, at 42 stories and 52 stories, on the site of the Government Center Garage, plus lower residential buildings near the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway (at left in architects' rendering above). Developer Ted Raymond has proposed two office towers, at 42 stories and 52 stories, on the site of the Government Center Garage, plus lower residential buildings near the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway (at left in architects' rendering above). (Cook+Fox Architects)
By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / March 3, 2009

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Despite political and economic headwinds, Boston developer Ted Raymond is plowing ahead with his plan to build a pair of skyscrapers as part of a $2.2 billion development on the current site of the Government Center Garage. (Full article: 556 words)

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