Downtown Crossing isn’t dead. That fact matters in and of itself, since Boston’s former commercial hub has attracted a mighty stack of obituaries in recent years. Even though it still looks like the place that was drawing comparisons to Fallujah three years ago, the long-suffering district is rebounding. Businesses actually believe in Downtown Crossing again. There’s suddenly confidence in the downtown. Once it returns, the neighborhood’s redevelopment becomes a self-fulfilling event.
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