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Megan Hyatt and 2-year-old Kaden in the kitchen, where the tiles are made from recycled glass and the counter is recycled stone.
Megan Hyatt and 2-year-old Kaden in the kitchen, where the tiles are made from recycled glass and the counter is recycled stone. (Photo by Eric Roth) Photo by Eric Roth
By EMILY SHARTIN
February 4, 2007

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There doesn’t seem to be anything unusual about the building at 53 Standish Street in Cambridge. Yes, the three-decker, with its Nantucket gray siding, is new and modern-looking, but it fits in neatly with the older multifamily homes on this quiet street near Huron Village. (Full article: 753 words)

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