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Trouble in paradise

By Steve Bailey
Globe Columnist / November 23, 2007

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Pity the poor urban millionaires of Trinity Place. Things have gotten so bad over at the swank Copley Square condo tower that the owner of the double penthouse unit, priced at $15 million, the highest in Boston condo history, had to take it off the market after it sat there, unwanted, for six months. Instead, reports the Boston Condo Blog, ... (Full article: 715 words)

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