With Southie’s only two estate mansions on the market — priced well above their value with an eye toward a big redevelopment — many are wondering if anything is sacred in this once parochial neighborhood, or if every available inch will eventually be developed as condominiums to cater to the young, transient population that has led to a mass gentrification and changed the fabric of the neighborhood.
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