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School finding future as housing

Dalrymple to be 27 senior units

An artist’s rendering shows the Dalrymple School, built in 1920, after planned renovations to convert the Winthrop building into 27 affordable housing units for senior citizens. An artist’s rendering shows the Dalrymple School, built in 1920, after planned renovations to convert the Winthrop building into 27 affordable housing units for senior citizens.
By John Laidler
Globe Correspondent / July 12, 2009

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Five months after severing ties with another developer, Winthrop recently tapped an area nonprofit corporation to convert the former A.W. Dalrymple School building into senior housing. (Full article: 762 words)

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