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One Greenway Groundbreaking; Policing Slumlords; More!

CHINATOWN—The developers set a date and they stuck to it: "The Asian Community Development Corp. and the New Boston Fund broke ground this afternoon on One Greenway, the mixed-income development that will restore a section of Boston's Chinatown that was demolished in the 1960s to make way for the Southeast Expressway." [Biz Journal]
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BEYOND THE HUB—They're supposedly returning to Boston full-time: "It's been nearly two months since Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen put their 14,000-square-foot California home on the market for $50 million, but it looks like their plans to sell are moving forward. Rapper and music mogul Dr. Dre has offered $40 million for the home and the power couple is very interested in the deal..." [Boston.com]
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BOSTON—There are laws on the books to stymie the sorts of shitty landlords spotlighted by The Boston Globe recently. Still: "With these, the city should be able to keep its housing stock in good shape. That it hasn't isn't entirely the fault of reckless slumlords, it's the fault of the city. Enforcement of the existing laws and housing regulations would go a long way to solving the problem of unsafe and unsanitary housing, for students as well as all other tenants in the city." [Daily]