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June 20, 2009


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I grew up in a city (Waterbury, CT) that is absolutely full of triple-deckers, though I've never lived in one. There never seemed to be much of a middle ground when it came to their condition - they were either beautifully maintained, or falling apart. Whether or not the owner occupied a unit was a major reason for this split, although neighborhood quality also played a part.

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