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Couldn't agree more. It would be nice if the the restaurants on the western border of Cleveland Park (Wisc Ave) could trade places with a few of the retail places on Connecticut and balance eachother out. Im sure once the Giant gets built the retail will return to Wisconsin but will anything new have opened on Connecticut?
I agree with the need to increase the height on retail buildings. Incentivizing landlords to redevelop their property to include residential abover commercial would provide additional foot traffic that would support retail that neighborhoods like CP desire.
DC should really push to increase density in neighborhoods like CP, Tenleytown, Adams Morgan, and Glover Park.

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