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The thing is it's partially regional, not just anyone one place. Silver Spring I would guess get's a lot of families that want to move out of DC but still have an urban environment so they are seeing pressure on that end as well as the general urbanizing trend. I really think WMATA needs to turn its suburban surface lots into parking structures and sell off the excess land to developers. I feel like it would be profitable and if not it would certainly at least add density in the right places.

by Alan B. on Jan 28, 2013 4:34 pm • linkreport

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