Real estate firms seek big changes to ‘ignored’ Bulfinch Triangle

The RMR Group and other commercial property owners in Boston's Bulfinch Triangle are quietly lining up behind an effort to rezone the neighborhood to allow for taller buildings, encourage more housing, and make its streets more aesthetically pleasing and pedestrian-friendly.

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