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[$$] Boston Wants Amazon, But Is There Room?

BOSTON—The possible arrival of Amazon’s second headquarters here is triggering both hopes and apprehension in a neighborhood already dealing with fallout from surging costs in a growing city. While developers say gentrification came slowly there, it is now in full swing, aided by a subway line under Boston Harbor offering quick commutes downtown. Rising rents and displacement are already apparent in what locals call Eastie, and some people worry the company moving in would further pressure vulnerable residents.