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"Building more will do something about it, it will mean the people with money will move into the new apartments and won't be competing for the old stuff." I think this is the essence of it. Also, what Patrick said about schools. That's the middle class, that can't afford to shell out thousands of dollars a year for education. Like Patrick said, if that situation changes significantly, I can't imagine the flood of families choosing to stay in DC, but then again, what's the difference between taking the metro to DowntownDC from Tennlytown or Silver Spring? Schools.

by Thayer-D on Jan 28, 2013 2:20 pm • linkreport

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