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Alan B. makes good points.

Good Hope/MLK intersection is 3.5 miles from the white house. Where does 3.5 miles put you elsewhere? Brookland, Petworth, Van Ness, Virginia Square, the airport. All pretty residential/quiet areas.

I see re-development in far SE happening as Waterfront and Navy Yard begin to fill up. There is still so much room for infill development there - why go across the river, where you are limited to a few congested bridges and one metro line?

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