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1769 washington street boston ma united states • boston globe • martin finucane • real estate
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Feb 8, 2011
Police respond to report of bricks falling from Washington Street building — Boston Globe
Type: Press
Author(s): Martin Finucane
Source: Boston Globe
Boston police have responded to a building at 1769 Washington St. for a report of bricks falling. They have cordoned off the area, and the fire department and city inspectors are taking a look at the building, said Officer Eddy Chrispin, a police spokesman. The report came in at 5:31 p.m., he said. The Globe reported in September that the Alexandra Hotel, which is at 1769 Washington, was slated for renovation as the Church of Scientology's new 45,000 square-foot headquarters. The ...
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