WS Development is proposing to add significantly more lab-and-office space and to cut down on residential, retail and hotel uses in some of the last remaining undeveloped sites in its massive Seaport District project.
The Chestnut Hill-based firm also wants to create more green space on Seaport Common, rather than build a three-story retail building that it had planned near District Hall, according to a new filing with the Boston Planning and Development Agency.
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