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Does Boston have to build tall to be world-class? A reader weighs in: "Oh, and Paris, the city that practically defines "world-class", passed a rule that no building in the city center could be over seven stories, largely because of the hate for Tour Montparnasse, and it remains (mostly) a low-rise city." Your thoughts? [Curbed Boston]