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So as much as we can increase supply, the rates could slow their growth. We have a relatively small number of large residential buildings (and oddly many in non-Metro Cathedral Heights and Chevy Chase DC), so there is the possibility for greatly increasing the number of units near Metro. We have to be careful as such a suggestion would be perceived on an attach on the $1M single family houses in the city. Heaven forbid that there were more apartments in the city and less single family houses. Another concern brought up about ADUs was the added load that this would put on the Red Line. I imagine we're not talking thousands of new people with ADUs, at least not in one area.

by GP Steve on Jan 10, 2013 4:09 pm • linkreport

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