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Great local flavor on a regional problem. Interesting that Arlington is a supposed affordable housing leader but the Orange Line could sustain much more housing density if the up-zoning was done a few more blocks off of the transit line (Matt Yglesias had a good post on this awhile back). Similarly, the Form Based Code along Columbia Pike wins awards but it's also not nearly dense enough to preserve the market-based affordable housing there over the long-term.

by Geronimo on Jan 28, 2013 1:18 pm • linkreport

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