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If you look at typical development in DC, it mostly radiates out from the center of the city (which is not where N/S and E/W come together but really closer to the White House/ 16th and K St. area. Anacostia is actually decently far from this area as the crow flies. Add in the fact that there is the natural barrier of the river and the fact that it is decently far from the wave of urban renewal. I really don't see near term potential for significant development when there is still much lower hanging fruit in NW SW and nearer NE and SE.

by Alan B. on Jan 23, 2013 12:37 pm • linkreport

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