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Most of the Queen Mary Island plans are complete. Here's how it'll look

The latest renderings of the Queen Mary Island entertainment complex show a 65-acre site packed from the surrounding streets to the water’s edge with stores, restaurants, sports venues and entertainment facilities. Urban Commons, the real estate firm developing the $250-million project, said it...
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