Boston approves two new towers despite some objections

12/5/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Officials in Boston this week approved two new high-rise buildings expected to cost $321 million. They will become the final new buildings in the city's Prudential Center. Some lawmakers and residents opposed construction because of the height of the buildings, which are 17 and 27 stories. The project will include office and retail spaces on the ground floors.

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