For decades, Columbia Point was an isolated peninsula of Boston that failed to attract much in the way of new redevelopment, despite its location on a prime strip of waterfront overlooking Dorchester Bay. But a burst of building activity is now promising to transform many of its under-used and vacant properties into new housing communities, retail stores, restaurants, and striking academic and cultural buildings.
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