Plans to Save Fenway Extend to Neighborhood

Goodno, James B.
June 2005
Planning;Jun2005, Vol. 71 Issue 6, p47
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The article focuses on efforts of baseball team Boston Red Sox to preserve Fenway Park, Boston, Massachusetts. In late March 2005, the team announced that the team would remain in Fenway Park, the oldest big league baseball stadium in the United States. Neighbors and city officials are optimistic that the Red Sox decision will trigger neighborhood improvements.


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