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Rensie Avenue, where traditional kosher butchers and pickle men share space with trendy vintage-clothing shops and used bookstores, divides Fass Gardens and Derbyfield. These two bedroom communities house many of the young white-collar workers and elderly retirees of the city, and offer a cornucopia of funky shopping, dining and clubbing choices. Derbyville, by the way, is an ambitious lower-income housing project in Derbyfield, one that has seen prouder days.
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Rensie Avenue, where traditional kosher butchers and pickle men share space with trendy vintage-clothing shops and used bookstores, divides Fass Gardens and Derbyfield. These two bedroom communities house many of the young white-collar workers and elderly retirees of the city, and offer a cornucopia of funky shopping, dining and clubbing choices. Derbyville, by the way, is an ambitious lower-income housing project in Derbyfield, one that has seen prouder days.