Bowing to pressure from city officials, community members and arts groups, WS Development said it would build three performance facilities and create more open space as part of its mixed-use development of the remaining 12.5 acres of Seaport Square land on South Boston’s waterfront.
The changes follow WS’ decision to shelve plans for at least a
200,000-square-foot theater that was part of Seaport Square’s original
city-approved master plan.. . . more