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I don't think Silver Spring can hold two downtowns, but there's nothing wrong with multiple centers for adjacent neighborhoods. No matter what get's built here, it will surely be better than what's there, and the added density will only make all of downtown Silver Spring more vital. I would love to see a bridge connection over the tracks from Silver Spring Avenue, which goes straight to the tracks and is aligned with an alley on the East West side of downtown.
That would really knit the whole downtown together.

by Thayer-D on Nov 28, 2012 7:01 am • linkreport

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