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The city needs to be densified as naturally as possible so one would hope all existing structures could be used if they had plumbing already since the sewers are maxed out in some areas. That said, the obsession with the west third of the city has got to stop. The eastern two-thirds of DC is wildly underdeveloped so let’s encourage people to make more of the whole city finally. A hot spot like NoMa does not address the overall underdevelopment or the amazing 24-hour choke point formed by New York Avenue.

by AndrewA on Jan 6, 2013 7:27 am • linkreport

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