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Luke Peterson and Wendy Savage, who are renting an apartment for about $2,100 a month in a South Boston condo building, decided to buy a $685,000 town house in the area.
Luke Peterson and Wendy Savage, who are renting an apartment for about $2,100 a month in a South Boston condo building, decided to buy a $685,000 town house in the area. (Globe Photo / Lisa Poole) Globe Photo / Lisa Poole

City devotees hunt for room to grow

Builder of 3-bedroom units banking on young families

By Chris Reidy
Globe Staff / March 25, 2005

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Luke Peterson, 25, loves living in the city. So much so that he and his girlfriend, law student Wendy Savage, just decided to buy a $685,000 town house in South Boston with a two-car garage. A self-described pack rat, he wants more space -- he's tired of stowing his hockey bag in the closet with his regular clothes. And should ... (Full article: 1191 words)

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