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BOSTON-Although his revised plans for a pair of mixed-use towers along the waterfront still exceed a height limit of 200 feet imposed last month, developer Donald J. Chiofaro says he’s hoping the new scheme for redeveloping the Harbor Garage will serve as a starting point for a “constructive dialogue” with the city, the Boston Globe reported Tuesday.

The larger tower would top out at 615 feet, down from 780 feet in an earlier version, while the smaller one would reach 470 feet. The city zoned the height restriction in August to prevent buildings on the property from overshadowing the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway. Chiofaro plans to use the towers for office and residential space.

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