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"Here's a dirty secret, though: Uninspired architecture, on its own, is rarely enough to break a neighborhood. Good architecture matters, but so does what happens inside and around the buildings. So even if the Seaport's two standout buildings, the Institute of Contemporary Art and District Hall, end up being the only two buildings in the neighborhood Bostonians enjoy looking at, it won't be a fatal shortcoming." [Globe]