Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jon Chesto Globe Staff February 06, 2019 Those stodgy old military buildings in Boston’s marine industrial park could soon get a flashy new neighbor.While tenants come and go, the look of what’s now called the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park in South Boston hasn’t changed much over the decades. Not yet.The redevelopment of a dilapidated three-story building at 24 Drydock Ave. sets the stage for a new chapter: Well-heeled newcomers in upper-floor offices and labs subsidizing ground-floor industrial tenants, protecting them amid the waterfront’s real estate boom. Advertisement Or at least that’s the theory, as spelled out in a new master plan for the 191-acre, city-owned industrial park. Get Talking Points in your inbox: An afternoon recap of the day’s most important business news, delivered weekdays. Thank you for signing up! Sign up for more newsletters here Yes, it’s a tricky balance. But with the many underused sites there, city officials are ready to try something new.The master plan remains subject to a slow-moving state review. In the meantime, the Boston Planning & Development Agency is essentially using 24 Drydock as a… Read full this story
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