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Leading thinkers in urban policy and design discuss the growth of cities and the emergence of innovation districts at a symposium hosted by the Corcoran Center for Real Estate and Urban Action at BC’s Carroll School of Management.

Locally, innovation districts surrounding Kendall Square in East Cambridge and the Seaport District in South Boston are the most notable examples of areas fueling new business and community growth and innovation in government. Yet in Massachusetts and elsewhere around the U.S., the districts raise issues around housing, building and sustaining a workforce, and creating access to opportunity.
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