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A reader takes exception to our description of the South End's Ink Block as game-change-y: "A five-story apartment building is not game-change-y. If Boston is serious about addressing the housing crunch and making the city viable for the middle and not just the haves and have nots, then they need to start encouraging building on much larger scale like they have been constructing in Downtown Chicago. The location of the Ink Block would have been a perfect site for a much bigger building."

The Ink Block

Harrison Avenue and Herald Street, boston, Ma