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Lowell's third act

Following efforts to attract visitors, city's latest renewal is bringing in homeowners

By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / March 5, 2006

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LOWELL -- This onetime textile mill city never seems to stop reinventing itself. Much of Lowell's past efforts to redevelop downtown aimed to attract visitors; now the city wants to make them downtown homeowners, and so far it seems to be succeeding. (Full article: 1145 words)

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