Inspectors target 19 unsafe South End properties - 2010-09-20

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F263.png Inspectors target 19 unsafe South End properties September 20, 2010, Cara Bayles, Boston Globe

The buildings targeted in the South End run a range from fire safety concerns to complete dilapidation. The Taj Hotel is listed because it doesn't have standpipes below the third floor. The Alexandra Hotel at 1769 Washington St., which has already been slated for renovation as the Church of Scientology's new 45,000 square-foot headquarters, has a wall that is in danger of collapsing under its own weight, according to the city's inventory of unsafe properties.


{{cite news | first = Cara | last = Bayles | title = Inspectors target 19 unsafe South End properties | url = http://www.boston.com/yourtown/news/south_end/2010/09/inspectors_target_19_unsafe_so.html | work = Boston Globe | date = September 20, 2010 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}