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Sepia Sales Numbers; Cambridge Olympics Reaction

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SOUTH END—The neighborhood's new Whole Foods opened today at the Ink Block mega-project. Here's how that development's Sepia condos are faring on the open market: 80 percent of its 83 units have traded for an average of $1,052 per square foot. The building will open in the fall. [Collaborative Companies]
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MID-CAMBRIDGE—Here's the reaction to the possibility of hosting the 2024 Games from Harvard Square, the center of the goddamn universe: "Holy smokes. Wow. That's unbelievable. Fantastic." And: "It's a great example of how we can as one planet, all work together, so I hope it is successful wherever it is, but it would be terrific to have it in Boston, especially." [WGBH]

The Ink Block

Harrison Avenue and Herald Street, boston, Ma