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CHELSEA

'Green House' nursing care takes urban turn

An architectural rendering of the Leonard Florence Center for Living, to be built in Chelsea. It will forgo many features of traditional nursing homes. An architectural rendering of the Leonard Florence Center for Living, to be built in Chelsea. It will forgo many features of traditional nursing homes. (DiMella Shaffer Associates)
By John Laidler
Globe Correspondent / September 28, 2008

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A Chelsea nonprofit is helping blaze the trail for an alternative type of nursing care through a new $30 million facility it is erecting on Admiral's Hill. (Full article: 857 words)

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