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Second act for triple-deckers

Classic city dwelling of early last century finds new relevance today

By Gail Ravgiala
Globe Staff / July 9, 2006

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When Boston's growing middle class followed the gentry from the heart of the city to ``streetcar suburbs" such as Dorchester and Jamaica Plain a hundred years ago, the triple-decker emerged as the housing option of choice. (Full article: 1081 words)

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