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Adam Weiner (left), Randall Goldstein (center), and Todd Finard in the home they created in Brighton for five women with disabilities. ‘‘Everything was done as a team,’’ says Weiner.

From one generation to another

A group of young developers felt a need to give back to their community

By Gail Ravgiala
Globe Staff / December 18, 2005

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As a real estate developer, Adam Weiner knows the value of waiting for the right project. So when he wanted to make more than a monetary contribution to the Combined Jewish Philanthropies, he applied that same principle. (Full article: 1184 words)

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