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website) is the centerpiece of a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood marked by former lofts converted to residential and boutique hotels, and former industrial buildings to upscale restaurants, shops, and art galleries. Which, in turn, will eventually be replaced by Gap stores and Starbucks when the transition fully matures.
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