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@TMT - How do you figure about the Tysons land owners would want more drivers than less drivers? More walkable neighborhoods are proven to be more marketable both for rental/sale rates as well as for retail where it is a crucial leasing factor and pricing factor (foot traffic not car traffic). Otherwise tell me why Reston costs what it does psf, or Old Town vs Huntington, or Courthouse vs Route 50 corridor.

by Tysons Engineer on Feb 25, 2013 11:42 am • linkreport

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