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re Poplar Point - the thing thats great about that idea, is that its a response to "we should spread more development EOTR instead" since it DOES but development EOTR. But I can't see it working without a transit plan that significantly expands transit access and connections - at least a link from the Green line across to Alexandria, at a minimum.

"human file cabinets. "

In my house I have some short file cabinets. A 30 story building is not necessarily more of a file cabinet than a 10 story building - which is not necessarily more of one than a two story rowhouse for that matter. but its a great rhetorical meme.

And many of the new buildings near the ballpark are quite attractive, IMO.

by AWalkerInTheCity on Nov 8, 2012 1:37 pm • linkreport

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