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City eyes long-stalled makeover for dilapidated Chelsea buildings

A cluster of dilapidated city-owned buildings in Chelsea — some vacant since Abe Beame was mayor — may finally be getting a makeover. The city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development is set to announce progress on fixing up the walk-ups, which the city has owned for more than 40 years. “They are disgusting,” one neighbor, Kathy Ellman, told Crain’s. “They look like they should be condemned.” HPD has selected a nonprofit to begin predevelopment […]

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