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A roof deck puts you on top, but not often

By Tina Cassidy
Globe Staff / July 4, 2004

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It's lonely at the top. Neal Yaffe has a spectacular roof deck, larger than many apartments, with views of the Boston skyline and tonight's fireworks over the Charles River. Usually, he sees no one else up there. On the Fourth of July, however, these outdoor spaces become coveted grandstands filled with residents and friends, family, and anyone else lucky enough ... (Full Article: 971 Words)

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