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Deal reached to keep Citgo sign in Kenmore Square

The Citgo sign is illuminated as the sun went down in Boston.Keith Bedford/Globe Staff

After two days of negotiations brokered by Mayor Martin J. Walsh, a deal has been reached between Citgo Petroleum Corp. and Related Beal to keep the oil company’s iconic sign atop a Kenmore Square building, according to an official in City Hall.

Talks had stalled between Related and Citgo, which leases the rooftop at 660 Beacon Street where the neon landmark sits.

This breaking news story will be updated.

Shirley Leung is a Globe columnist. She can be reached at Follow her on Twitter @leung.