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uh dan, that's where I live, I know, although there isn't dev. between GA Ave. and CT Ave. because there aren't opportunities. The opportunities are on GA.

and Prophet, it's not as simple as you make it out to be. Imagine U Street if Donatelli wasn't the developer of the Ellington, but that it had been done by a CDC or even Foulger Pratt. Likely it would have sucked, and it wouldn't have helped trigger the changes that you see there now.

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