The waterfront is for all

CommonWealth Magazine

Walking along the Boston Harbor waterfront today, it is clear that the area has come a long way from the days when the harbor was an open sewer and an elevated highway cut off the water from the rest of the city. For decades, neglected waterfront properties created few jobs, paid little in taxes, and provided virtually no benefit to the public.

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