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This is actually a smart plan. If you noticed in some of his earlier tweets he mentions relaxing the height limits in industrial areas. If McDuffie is thinking what I'm thinking, he plans to relax height restrictions along NY ave and use the MARC\VRE, metro rail or streetcar to attract dense mixed use developments. Not the worse idea.

I can see some larger corporations that want to be in the city but need more space going for this. Keep in mind NOMA metro was a pipe dream too. But developers saw the potential and invested.

I think McDuffie is on to something with his taskforce. That area has a lot of potential if he can figure out some of the transportation issues.

Hats off to forward thinking.

by It makes sense on Nov 15, 2012 3:55 pm • linkreport

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