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Seniors face a tough transition into their brand-new apartments

At age 68, Vern Berry fills his mornings by hauling food boxes to charities around town. Much of the rest of his time is spent at Sentinel Plaza, a recently finished $27 million, 143-unit, federally subsidized senior-housing complex on Congress Street west…

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