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Boston World Trade Center redevelopment could mean more hotel rooms

More retail possible, too

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Pembroke Real Estate, the Fidelity Investments’ affiliate that runs the Seaport World Trade Center, is exploring the possibility of hiring an outside firm to look at redeveloping the 800,000-square-foot complex on the Boston waterfront.

Per the Globe’s Jon Chesto, nothing’s more concrete than that: consideration of a firm to study a possible revamp.

However! Pembroke did drop some hints as to what a trade center redevelopment might mean. For one thing, it could mean more retail. For another, it could mean an expansion of the 428-room Seaport Hotel next door to the trade center.

Stay tuned.