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A start on starter homes

February 11, 2007

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Massachusetts cannot sustain itself unless young, educated workers can afford to put down roots and raise families here. So far, the state's smart-growth law is proving effective in promoting one- and two-bedroom condominiums near commuter rail lines as an alternative to million-dollar McMansions on enormous lots. What the state sorely needs is something in between -- three-bedroom, 1,200-square-foot dwellings on ... (Full article: 928 words)

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