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The Clarendon, a large condominium project under construction at Clarendon and Stuart streets in the Back Bay is being built in a way that protects the depletion of the ground water.
The Clarendon, a large condominium project under construction at Clarendon and Stuart streets in the Back Bay is being built in a way that protects the depletion of the ground water. (Photos By Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff) Photos By Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff
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What lies beneath

Low ground-water levels are causing some Boston structures to rot under the surface

By Ron DePasquale
Globe Correspondent / April 1, 2007

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From the front, 6 Cazenove St. looks like a typical South End brick row house. But out back, a bin that holds dirt and debris from a covered pit hint at the disease eating away at the guts of the building. (Full article: 1466 words)

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