An Asian supermarket just South of downtown Boston that was closed and then "sealed off" due to a dispute is in the process of being leveled.
According to a photo posted on LinkedIn, the Kam Man building at the South Bay shopping center is being demolished, though it is not known what exactly will be happening to the space. As reported earlier, a new open-air mixed-use development called South Bay Town Center is coming to the area, so it is possible that the Kam Man site will be included as part of the complex.
Kam Man closed its doors in April of 2014, with the store subsequently being blocked off from the rest of South Bay by jersey barriers, apparently because of an issue concerning the planned addition of a Dollar Tree store within the space. Another location of Kam Man in Quincy remains in operation.
The address for the Kam Man site in South Bay is 101 Allstate Road, Dorchester, MA, 02125.
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