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Catch up on this week's neighborhood news from Curbed Boston.
BOSTON—Several new residential projects have joined the city's construction boom, including the redevelopment of the old Charlestown Battalion Armory and the conversion of the former Lucky Strike Bowling Alley in Dorchester (rendered above).
EAST CAMBRIDGE—The developer of the old Sullivan Courthouse says, sure, it would be willing to chop the project's height if local opponents would back off.
SOUTH BOSTON—The 10 condos at the Liberty Residence have started selling. They were asking in the high six and low seven figures.
WEST CAMBRIDGE—There's been a $6,500,000 some sale. Is it a new sales record for Cambridge? Right through here for the answer.