The redevelopment of Boston’s old industrial waterfront has come in fits and starts, but the hundreds of undeveloped acres across the channel represent far too big a prize for the effort’s conclusion to ever be in doubt. Once the Seaport building boom winds down, will the district exist as a just collection of buildings ringed by streets, or will it become a real, functioning, breathing neighborhood, the way the Back Bay and South Boston are?
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