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@Tom Coumaris:
DC's problem is EOTR is horribly underdeveloped while everyone of course wants to go higher in already successful areas in the l'Enfant City, many of which have strained infrastructure already.
I don't think that's DC's biggest problem. Sure, developers don't want to build much EOTR. But don't you see high rents caused by restricted supply in the most centralized and transit-accessible parts of DC as a problem as well? Just telling developers to go build EOTR doesn't really solve that.

by Gray on Nov 8, 2012 1:22 pm • linkreport

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