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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Alexandria Real Estate Equities told city officials here last week that it will submit within weeks a revised zoning plan that would allow it to build a 1.5 million-square-foot life-sciences campus in this city’s East Cambridge section.
 
A lawyer and an executive for the publicly traded real estate investment trust told a City Council committee that the revised project will incorporate many of the comments that Cambridge officials and residents are expected to make in weeks of upcoming meetings.

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