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Big fan of this concept.

The idiocy of allowing perfectly good space go to waste because technically it's on an alley never made any sense to me.

What many fail to realize about renters is that for many it's a lifestyle choice. They make as much $$ if not more $$ than many of these longtime-residents that own these massive but unused houses do, and many remain renters for a lifetime, by choice.

Building on an alley increases public safety, as a good many crimes start in the alley, or the alleys are used as an escape route.

You put a few houses back there with better lighting and the people living in those houses can keep an eye on things.

by Hillman on Dec 7, 2012 5:08 pm • linkreport

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